Category Archives: Record Fair

May 12th Record Festival Bands & DJs

Hey all ! We’ve got an event coming up fast in just a few Saturdays! If you’ve been to the store or follow us on social media or if you’ve seen flyers out in the wild you might already know.  We’re holding a record festival with our friends over at Counterweight Brewery in Hamden!

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The record festival starts at 10AM. It is free entry. There is no early admission. We have dealers coming in from all over the north east.

Counterweight is coordinating to bring in a food truck so there will be sustenance as well.

Entertainment will begin at noon! We have some of the finest selectors in the area and a few of the finest musical acts.

First, the DJs:
+ Donovan of Husher and Arabian Blade.
+ Ross Menze – local musician often seen behind the kit for Mountain Movers and Headroom and producer of dance music himself.
+ Lord Lewis, The Velvet Knight of The Rumpus Room on WESU, Middletown 88.1FM & Firehouse 12 residency, Heatery.
+ DJ Marc Mecca of Vinylistics (Facebook)Vinylistics 203 (YouTube).

And the bands!
Spit Take

All Riot

Malcolm Tent

Set times will be announced the day of the event through the facebook event found here.

WESU Record Fair

WESU Record Fair

WESU is having their bi-annual record fair on Sunday, April 7th.

It’s free and open to the public and will take place from 11am to 4pm in Becham Hall/ Fayerweather, located on 55 Wyllys Ave, in Middletown,CT

The record fair will feature new and used music in all formats ranging through all genres. There will also be WESU DJs spinning vinyl live along with WESU selling merchandise. 

PLUS there will be good food and games. So come join us and the fine folks over at WESU for this great event! 

If you’d like us to bring anything in particular definitely message us and let us know.

For more information head over to
And to view the facebook click here:

WFMU Benefit Record & CD Fair!

WFMU Benefit Record & CD Fair!

WFMU was named “Best Radio Station in the Country” by Rolling Stone magazine for four consecutive years.  Some fans of the station include: Velvet Underground founder Lou Reed, The Simpsons creator Matt Groening, filmmaker Jim Jarmusch and playwright Eric Bogosian, Neutral Milk Hotel frontman Jeff Mangum, Kurt Cobain, Led Zeppelin lead singer Robert Plant, Sonic Youth guitarists Lee Ranaldo and Thurston Moore, and many more. 
The station also helps out the community and fellow radio stations.  WFMUbegan voluntarily hosting the webcast of legendary New Orleans jazz music station, WWOZ, when its studio and transmitter were destroyed in the wake of Hurricane Katrina.  WFMU took donations for the WWOZ and raised over $70,000. 

In the destruction of Hurricane Sandy WFMU was hit pretty hard.  They lost a lot of equipment and had to cancel their annual record fair.  The fair is one of their major sources of funding.  In effort to help out the station a record swap is being held (organized by our friend, Malcolm Tent of Trash American Style):  
Sunday, December 9 at Bar 82. Bar 82 is located at
136 2nd Ave, in Manhattan 
The swap starts at 3 PM and goes until “???” 
The bar will be opened accompanied by entertainment from some of the city’s best DJ’s.  If anyone would like to be a vendor at the event they must contact Malcolm Tent Updates on the event and more information:
Come help support a good cause!

Sunday: Fall 2012 WESU Community Record Fair (Free!)

The Fall 2012 WESU Community Record Fair 
at Wesleyan University
FREE Admission!
This Sunday (October 28, 2012) 11AM-4PM 
at Beckham Hall (45 Wyllys Ave, Middletown, CT)

WESU (the radio station at Wesleyan University) is holding a Free Community Record Fair that is open to the public (that’s you and me and everybody)!  

The fair will be held in Beckham Hall on the Wesleyan University campus (45 Wyllys Ave. Middletown, CT). Vendors will be selling new and used music in all formats.  There will be other vendors there such as the Hartford Area Roller Derby selling delicious baked goods and more!  Everyone should come out for the music and stay for the delicious food and awesome company.  Another plus is, we will be there!  There will be a Redscroll Records booth, so if you guys have any questions or requests hit us up!  You can check out more information on their Facebook event page.  

Beckham Hall is the one on the right.

Hope to see y’all there!