Decatur CD stands for "Decatur Compact Disc," but don't let the name fool you--we also stock tons of new and used vinyl, music-related DVDs/Blu-Rays and a smattering of cassettes. Most notably, however, we have one Travis Tritt cassingle.
Monday, June 24, 2013
What's the best show you've seen lately?
It's a question we often like to ask folks that come to the store, so why not extend the invitation to our online friends? We'll go first. Warren says "Mikal Cronin at The EARL," Eliot says "Zero Boys at The EARL," and Austin says "Kylesa at The EARL." Clearly, we've been seeing a lot of rock music at The EARL. What have you enjoyed recently?
Monday, June 10, 2013
New Releases 6/11/13
Tuesday, June 04, 2013
New Releases 5/28-6/4/13
It's only been a couple weeks since we've done a new-release post (sorry!), but if you turn your back for a second on that crazy recording industry, they'll up and dump a boatload of new stuff on you. Bask in the glory, dear reader!
John Fogerty (tribute ft. Foo Fighters, MMJ, Miranda Lambert, Seger, many more)
Queens of the Stone Age
Future Bible Heroes
Dave Davies (of The Kinks)
Ben Folds Five (live)
Orchestral Maneuvers in the Dark
Alice in Chains
The Spinto Band (vinyl)
Traffic (vinyl reissue of Last Exit)
Portugal. The Man
Great Cause, Great Music: June 14-16 at The Attic
From June 14-16, Poverty is Real and the Decatur Cooperative Ministry will be holding a weekend-long event at The Attic to raise money to alleviate homelesness in Decatur and DeKalb County. Caroline Herring and Bobby Bare, Jr. will perform, and several acts will do mini-sets of Bob Dylan's catalog.
Founded in June 2011, Poverty is Real is a Decatur-based nonprofit that's raised tens of thousands of dollars to fight homelessness with the help of R.E.M., Widespread Panic, Patterson Hood, the Futurebirds, and many more. They're doing great work, and we think you should give them your generous support.
For show times, prices, and more information, visit The Attic website.