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One of the main reasons I started this blog was so that I could share travel guides with you all! I just love putting them together and I really hope they can help anyone out there planning a trip 😊Today I’m talking alllll about Bratislava, Slovakia which is the sweetest city between Budapest and Vienna. Click the link in my bio for a jam packed 24/hour guide!
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#nowspinning Licensed To Ill by The Beastie Boys. I had a little horse named Paul Revere. Just me and my horsy and a quart of beer. #80s
Today I have the pleasure of telling you all about another crowd-favorite record store that was enthusiastically recommended for a feature, Schoolkids Records! I had a chance to talk to Stephen Judge, the owner of Schoolkids Records, this morning and he gave me such an awesome background of the history of this influential and monumental shop that’s proudly been the first store to carry some huge names (think Ben Folds, Dave Matthews Band, Fugazi, R.E.M.!).
There are two locations in Raleigh and Chapel Hill, NC and the Raleigh location was nominated for this feature by VINYLEXAMS’ friend @fatherfeedsflock and I’m so excited to share the full interview with you below.
Here’s the nitty gritty:
We are open 7 days a week and only closed on New Years Day, the 4th of July, Thanksgiving and Christmas Day.
Our Raleigh store opens at 10am and our Chapel Hill store opens at 11am. Both stores close at 9pm. Except Sundays, we are open from 12noon-7pm (Chapel Hill stays open until 8pm on Sunday)
all of their contact info is on their website and social media
Be sure to head over to vinylexams.com to read the full format interview with Stephen, it’s fascinating and I know you’ll geek out over all the stuff he’s been up to (he oversees Record Store Day in Ireland! That’s huge!). Here’s a direct link:
An incredibly likable #LP from #2018... a huge #watershed moment for @arianagrande. •
In the end I might find [ #Sweetener] close to how I regard @kylieminogue’s Impossible Princess amongst her [ #discography] for how much it signals an artist stepping from what's been their comfort zone creatively and commercially, diversifying their musical pools to varying degrees of success in both of those areas. I've always adored Ariana as a musician, as that's predominantly how I engaged her in the first place. Since 2015/2016 though, the sheer beauty and humanity that she's displayed have really shaken me and given me new perspectives to how I've allowed her music to permeate my own world. This album, specifically the tail-end is almost a musical embodiment of those qualities. I'm excited to see where she goes next, but for now, I just wanna live inside the soundscape and mood that she's built, as it's already proven to be undeniable for me so far considering just how much it’s grown on me.
goodnight n go
no tears left to cry
God is a woman
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Up Next. Derek and the Dominos - Layla and Other Assorted Love Songs. Yet another great “one and done” record with Eric Clapton. Comprising both covers and originals, it’s one the best albums Clapton ever put together. The band name and cover makes zero reference to Eric Clapton being involved. It confused me why it was called Derek and the Dominos. Who was Derek in the band? But I did know “Layla” is an impressive song. Clapton vocals sound raw and anguished. Duane Allman compliments the songs immensely with his slide guitar. Every track on here is awesome. The whole record is consistent top to bottom and is perhaps my favorite of Eric Clapton’s work.