Dealers for the Record Fair October 16th

Here are some of the dealers that will be at our Record Fair at Counter Weight Brewing on October 16th.

The Archive

“The Archive is Vinegar Syndrome’s experimental retail store located at our film preservation facility in Bridgeport, CT (right off I-95!). We carry all of our releases (of course) and a wide variety of other like-minded genre home video companies, in addition to super rare VHS, Laserdiscs and movie posters. We also have a growing selection of vinyl LPs and one of the largest collections of soundtrack LPs you will ever encounter.”

Bad Kitty

“Bad Kitty Music is the outward manifestation of one goofball longhair’s obsession with records… Genres available include: Rock, Pop/Vocal, Country Rock, Folk, Jazz, Blues, Soundtracks, Electronic, Country, R&B/Funk/Soul, Reggae/Ska, etc. Generally speaking, LPs from the 1950s – 1990s, mostly used. Prices start at two bucks (practically free!!) and go from there. Credit/Debit cards, Paypal, and Venmo are all accepted, and impulse purchases are encouraged.”

Big Wheel Vintage

Vintage store that is a go-to spot for people in the know.

C/Site Recordings / Bridge & Tunnel Crowd

C/Site Recordings and Bridge & Tunnel Crowd Monthly Newsletter split table. C/Site Recordings will have all in print releases on hand and a selection of out of print titles. We will also have a small number of test presses with one of a kind cover art by Dan Greene of Mountain Movers, as well as a small selection of used records. The Bridge & Tunnel Crowd will have current and back issues, subscriptions, anthologies, posters and assorted ephemera available. Cash, Venmo and Paypal all accepted.


Our friend Dino you might recognize from various record fairs on the east coast. He loves a good 12″ single and carries a lot of them.  Talk to my man about disco and movies. Solid selection beyond as well – check out his Discogs shop here.


Good source for rock priced to move. I’ve pulled some real cool stuff out of his bins. You might have seen this nice dealer at various record fairs. (no website!)

Get Awesome Records

“I sell the albums your favorite musician likes. Killer and/or rare metal, punk, hardcore, electronic, noise, industrial, and more. Some other weird stuff too. This will be one of my first fairs in months and I’ve been hoarding a bunch of choice slabs. Oh yeah, I just bought a big collection of limited edition dungeon synth tapes, if that’s your thing.  Get Awesome or get bent!”


Host of the Noize In The Attic radio show and representing the Danbury Record show.  Greg and Malcolm co-promote the Danbury show (Malcolm is currently on tour.) “I bought a big collection (of records) I’ve been pricing, so I’m excited to bring them out.”

Northern Void Records

Local online obscure metal boutique. #kvlt

Pauls Boutique

New record store in Vernon, CT.

Records The Good Kind

Ian will be here from RTGK having just past the 8 year mark for their shop! A variety of records from the store’s vast horde!

Slipped Disc

Slipped Disc Records is back with a new collection of punk, new wave, 60’s & 70’s rock, glam and metal titles with many new arrivals including first presses and promos. They will also have over 1,500 sealed reissues and new releases!

Studebaker Hawk

“Your friendly neighborhood DJ selling all genres of LPs, 12″s, and 7″s. Studebaker Hawk is also one third the label Peace & Rhythm, with more than 30 records out.”

The Telegraph

The Telegraph emerged gradually over the course of year ten of the twenty-first century in the small but mighty city on the Sound: New London, Connecticut, United States. Already functioning as an independent label and promoter in the region, a physical store became a necessity for the burgeoning music scene that at the time was busting at the seams.

Willimantic Records

Bringing used rock & jazz LPs from the 60s, 70s & 80s. Willimantic Records is a used record shop currently located in the Bliss Marketplace at 34 North Street in Willimantic, Connecticut.

Zazz Corp


“Zazz Corp aka Helen Kennedy is an illustrator and gig poster artist. Clients include the Grateful Dead, Phish, Primus, and so many more. Zazz Corp embodies and the strange and far out. Can you dig it?

Bringing a shit ton of concert posters which I am going to set up on a free standing grid wall, as well as some apparel, and stickers. ”
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