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Leon Bridges is coming…and he’s our JUNE ROTM Club pick!

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Leon Bridges’s much talked about and anticipated debut LP, Coming Home, is out on June 23. Leon’s music takes us back to 60s soul classics like Sam Cooke, Otis Redding, Wilson Picket, and Al Green. The record–produced by the folks in White Denim–is reminiscent of the prime soul era from which put Memphis on the map. We saw Leon perform in Tupelo, MS some months ago to a small crowd and it blew our minds. It was a rare occasion to witness greatness in the making. This record is going to garner him a much wider audience and for good reason. It’s a classic soul record in a time where that’s just what we need.

Coming Home is also our June pick in our Record of the Month Club.  Subscribers will not only get a copy of the vinyl record but they’ll also receive a promo poster featuring the cover artwork as well as one of our new red & white can koozies.  The poster will look great next to the Pops Staples poster we sent out a few months ago with the March ROTM Club selection! If you aren’t signed up for our Record of the Month Club then go here and do it!

We also have a super limited vinyl test pressing of Leon’s record to raffle off.  Just come by the shop and enter to win it.  ROTM Club subscribers will automatically get 5 entries into the raffle! We’ll pick the winner at the end of June.  


Record of the Month Club subscription records will ship out around the June 23rd release date. 


Instant Record Collection…and custom crate too!

We now offer a record crate curation service!


Looking to build your record collection instantly? Need a sweet crate to hold them in? Need an amazing gift for the music-loving friend or family member? We got you covered.

We’ll build the crate then fill it up with new or used records or a combination of both.  The crates are built by hand right here in Oxford from repurposed wood then stained.  They’re sturdy as hell and hold around 50 records.  We can build the record collection off of your genre preferences or we can cover the gauntlet of musical landscapes. Just let us know what you’re into.

Please call David at the store for pricing options: 662-281-1909 or email



Bike Month Sale

So ride on over…and just for fun here’s a pic of Liam and his bike. He rides it to work all the time.


The May ROTM Club Pick is…

Built to Spill’s new record, Untethered Moon


This is the first straight rock record we’ve selected for our new Record of the Month Club and it’s pure indie rock at its best. Doug Martsch and company never hold back and this record is no different from some of their classic albums like Keep it Like a Secret, and Perfect From Now On.  Untethered Moon is the bands first record since 2009’s There is No Enemy, and we think it’s one of their best yet.

Built to Spill are an American indie rock band based out of Boise, Idaho. They’ve released 8 LPs including many classics while also maintaining an amazing live show throughout their career since starting in the early 1990s.

This new record comes pressed on black vinyl with 500 translucent blue vinyl copies randomly inserted in record stores throughout the country…so hopefully some of you will snag one of the rare blue ones, but we have no way of knowing.  We’ll also be including a print of Built to Spill’s Record Store Day exclusive poster featuring artwork from the record packaging. You may find some swag from us in this shipment as well. These will ship out in early May to all of our subscribers, and if you haven’t signed up yet please go here for more details.

Untethered Moon is arguably the most enjoyable Built To Spill album since 1999’s pivotal Keep It Like A Secret.”


Untethered Moon, the band’s first album in six years, wastes no time in reaffirming what Built To Spill does”.

The A.V. Club

“Built to Spill are the AC/DC of indie rock: Their catalog is full of one melancholy LP, jam-packed with guitar pyrotechnics, after another. But frontman and six-string virtuoso Doug Martsch knows how to vary the formula just enough to keep things interesting. On their eighth LP, and first since 2009, Martsch explores 50 shades of disappointment on “Never Be the Same” and “Another Day,” wraps his anxieties up in post-Hendrix guitar swirl on “When I’m Blind” and builds a stomping, Crazy Horse-style jam about forgetting someone close to him on “C.R.E.B.” The album’s consistency is a testament to Martsch’s perfectionism (he scrapped a whole album in 2012) — and for that, we salute him.”


Secret PAUL McCARTNEY Record on RSD

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(thats our guy kind of in the middle with the red hat on!)

Now that RSD is in the past and the shop is getting back to normal we wanted to let y’all know about one of the coolest things that happened this year for Record Store Day involving Sir Paul McCartney.  Sir Paul sent 109 copies of a rare, autographed, white-label 12″ record of one of his new songs to a select number of record shops around the country.  The record was unannounced and was to be placed in the McCartney section of our store on Record Store Day until any unassuming customer found it and purchased it for $9.99! It was probably one of the rarest records to ever come through the shop and it was amazing seeing a hardcore fan of The Beatles find the record on RSD! So a HUGE thanks to Paul McCartney and his crew for letting us be a part of this crazy promotion. This is why we love RSD, because you never know what tricks we’ll have up our sleeve.

Thanks again for everyone that came out and a even BIGGER THANKS to those folks that make it a point to shop at our store all year long. We love you all!

-The End of All Music crew

In Good Company…

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We’re so humbled to be on this list with some of THE BEST record shops in the South, not to mention some of our favorite places to buy records. Thanks for including us! Read the full write up over at Southern Living right here.


The moment you’ve all been waiting for…




We also have tons of FREE stuff to give away including records, shirts, posters, stickers, tote bags, etc. We’ll be raffling off some cool stuff too. So come early and stay late!

…and now, THE LIST:

BARRY HANNAH “I have no idea what tradition I’m in. Don’t Care” LP (500 copies. There is no limit to how many copies of this record you may purchase on Saturday. Remaining copies will be available on our webstore starting Monday, April 20 at 10 a.m.) READ MORE HERE.

-Gregg Allman 10″ Picture Disc (Concord)

-Ryan Adams “Come Pick Me Up” 7″ single (Pax Am)

-Air “Playgroud Love” 7″ single (Rhino)

-Courtney Barnett Brand New Song 12″ (mom+pop)

-Elvis 78 RPM 10″ record (THIRD MAN RECORDS)

-R.E.M. / Syd Barrett “Dark Globe” split 7″ (Rhino)

-The Black Keys / Junior Kimbrough “Meet Me in the City” split 7″ (Fat Possum)

-Blitzen Trapper “Harvest” LP (Vagrant)

-Blue Mountain Eagle s/t LP (Rhino)

-David Bowie “Changes” 7″ picture disc (Rhino)

-David Bowie / Tom Verlaine “Kingdom Come” split 7″ (Rhino)

-Brand New “Deja Entendu” LP (Triple Crown Records) Disclaimer: we only have 2 copies of this record…so get here early if this is your must have. 

-Built to Spill “Untethered” LP (WB) One of our copies could be the elusive blue vinyl version!

-Bedhead “Live in Chicago” LP (Numero)

-Captain Beefheart “Rough Raw and Amazing” LP (Ozit/Dandelion)

-Neko Case “Fox Confessor Brings the Flood” LP (Anti/Epitaph)

-Johnny Cash “Koncert v Praze (In Prague–Live)” LP (Legacy)

-Chris Robinson Brotherhood tote bag/CD set (MRI)

-Cold War Kids “Five Quick Cuts” 12″ (Downtown)

-James Cotton “Cut You Loose!” LP (Vanguard)

-Country Joe & The Fish “Together” LP (Vanguard)

-D’Angelo “The Charade” 7″ single (RCA)

-Death Cab for Cutie / Freedy Johnston “Bad Reputation” split 7″ (Atlantic)

-The Decemberists “Picaresque” LP (Kill Rock Stars)

-Deep Purple “Black Night b/w Speed King” 7″ single (Rhino)

-The Dixie Cups “Chapel of Love” LP (Varese Sarabande)

-The Doors “Strange Days” MONO LP (Rhino)

-Bob Dylan “The Basement Tapes” MONO 130g LP (Other Peoples Music)

-Bob Dylan “The Basement Tapes” MONO 180g LP (Other Peoples Music)

-Bob Dylan “The Night We Called it a Day” 7″ blue vinyl single (Columbia)

-Justin Townes Earle “Live at Grimey’s” LP (Vagrant)

-Steve Earle / Robert Johnson “Terraplane” 10″ (New West)

-Echosmith “Acoustic Dreams EP” 12″ (WB)

-Brian Eno “My Squelchy Life” LP (Opal)

-ESG “Moody EP” 12″ (Fire Records)

-Father John Misty “I Love You Honeybeer (acoustic version)” heart-shaped 7″ single (Sub Pop)

-Charlie Feathers 10″ (Sundazed)

-The Flaming Lips “Bad Days,” “Brainville,” “This Here Giraffe” 10″ EPs (WB)

-Dom Flemons “What Got Over” 10″ (Music Maker)

-Foo Fighters “Songs from the Laundry Room” 10″ (RCA) we only have a few of these, so get here early if this is high priority!

-Jerry Garcia “Compliments” LP (ATO)

-The Gods “Genesis” LP (Rhino)

-Gov’t Mule “Stoned Side of the Mule Vol. 2″ LP (Evil Teen)

-Grandmaster Flash / Stiff Little Fingers “The Message” split 7″ single (Rhino)

-Grateful Dead “Wake Up to Find Out: Nassau Coliseum” LP Box Set (Rhino)

-Grizzly Bear “Horn of Plenty” LP (Kanine Records)

-Guided by Voices “Do the Collapse” LP & “Isolation Drills” LP (TVT) both on clear colored vinyl

-GWAR “America Must Be Destroyed” LP (Metal Blade)

-Happy Mondays “Pills Thrills n’ Bellyaches” LP (Rhino)

-Jimi Hendrix “Purple Rain” 7″ single (Legacy)

-Robyn Hitchcock / Emma Swift “Follow Your Money” 7″ single (Yep Roc)

-The Hold Steady “Boys and Girls in America” LP (Vagrant)

-Hundred Waters “Cavity” flexi disc (Owsla)

-Interpol “Everything is Wrong” 7″ (Matador)

-Robert Earl Keen “Gringo Honeymoon” LP (Sugar Hill)

-The Kinks “Kinksize Hits” 7″ (Sanctuary)

-The Kinks “Kinksize Session” 7″ (Sanctuary)

-The Kinks “You Really Got Me (live) / Milk Cow Blues (live)” 7″ (Sanctuary)

-Koes Barat s/t LP (Sub Pop)

-Mastodon “Atlanta” 12″ picture disc (WB)

-Paul McCartney “The Family Way: Original Soundtrack Recording” LP (Varese Sarabande)

-Metallica “No Life Til Leather” CASSETTE (Blackened)

-Thelonious Monk “London Collection Vol. 2″ (ORG Music)

-Charlie Musselwhite “Stand Back!” LP (Vanguard)

-Mystery 7″ (Rhino)

-Willie Nelson “Teatro” LP (Light in the Attic)

-Of Montreal “Snare Lustrous Doomings” LP (Polyvinyl)

-OFF! “Live from the BBC” 10″ (Vice Music)

-Okkervil River “Sleep and Wake-Up Songs (Deluxe Edition)” LP (Jagjaguwar)

-Oneohtrix Point Never “Commissions II” LP (Warp)

-William Onyeabor “Atomic Bomb Remix” 12″ (Luaka Bop)

-Gram Parsons / Lemonheads “Brass Buttons” split 7″ single (Rhino)

-Jaco Pastorius “The Warner Bros. Years” LP (Rhino)

-Phish “New Year’s Eve 1995, Live at Madison Square Garden” LP Box Set (JEMP)

-The Pop Group “Versions Galore” LP (Freaks R Us)

-Iggy Pop “Shot Myself Up” LP+7″ (Redeye)

-Otis Redding “Otis Blue” LP (Rhino)

-Trojan Records: Rude Boy Rumble LP (Trojan) This compilation rules! 

-Steve Reich “Music for 18 Musicians” LP (WB/NON)

-The Replacements “Alex Chilton EP” 10″ (Rhino) produced by Jim Dickinson

-Ride “OX4″ The Best of… LP (Rhino)

-Rich Robinson “I Remember” 7″ single (The End)

-Rick Ross “The Maybach Edition” LP (Def Jam)

-Run the Jewels RSD release 12″ (Mass Appeal)

-The Saints “Eternally Yours” LP (Rhino)

-Bruce Springsteen “Born to Run” & “Nebraska” LPs (Legacy/Columbia)

-St. Paul and the Broken Bones “Live from the Alabama Theater” Alabama-shaped 7″ single (Single Lock)

-The Stooges “Have Some Fun: Live at Ungano’s” (Rhino)

-Sun Ra “Calling Planet Earth” LP (ORG Music)

-Sun Ra “Planets of Life or Death: Amiens ’73” (Strut)

-Swans 12″ EP (Young God Records)

-Richard Swift “Ground Trouble Jaw” EP (Secretly Canadian)

-Temples “Mesmerise Live” 12″ EP (Fat Possum)

-Nick Thorburn “Original Music from SERIAL” LP (Manque Music)

-Those Darlins / Diarrhea Planet “Live at Pickation Split” 12″ (Easy Sound)

-Trey Anastasio Band “Bounce/Never” 7″ single (Rubber Jungle/ATO)

-William Tyler “Deseret Canyon” LP (Merge)

-Vampire Weekend “Step” (XL Recordings)

-“AMC’s The Walking Dead: Vol. 2″ 12″ picture disc (Spacelab9)

-Dogfish Head “Music to Drink Beer To” LP (Legacy)

-“I’m Here (A Soundtrack to The Short Film by Spike Jonze)” Picture Disc (Indian Club)

-“Sun Records Vol. 2″ LP Curated by RSD (ORG Music)

-“Thai Pop Spectacular (1960s-1980s)” LP (Sublime Frequencies)

-“The Darjeeling Limited (Original Soundtrack)” Soundtrack LP (ABKCO)

-“When I Reach That Heavenly Shore: Unearthly Black Gospel, 1926-1936″ LP Box Set (Tompkins Square)

-Dionne Warwick / The Stranglers “Walk on By” split 7″ single (Rhino)

-Mike Watt + The Secondmen / EV Kain “Shit on me/Striking Out” split 7″ single (ORG Music)

-The White Stripes “Get Behind Me Satan” LP (Third Man Records)

-“Shogun Assassin” Soundtrack LP (Light in the Attic)

-The Zombies “R.I.P. Album” LP (Varese Sarabande)

-GONER RECORDS 7″ SINGLES: Aquarian Blood & Giorgio Murderer

-“Glows in the Mid Sixties: Vol. 54: Kosmic City Part 2″ LP (Numero)

-Violent Femmes “Happy New Year” 12″ EP

-Rockabye Baby! Lullaby Renditions of the Grateful Dead LP

-Reverend Peyton’s Big Damn Band “You Can’t Judge A Book” LP

-Polaris “Music from the Adventures of Pete & Pete” LP

-Lucero “Jukebox Series #03″

-Futurebirds / T. Hardy Morris “Painted Tears + Too Little” 7″ single

-Emitt Rhodes / Chris Price “How Can You Mend a Broken Heart”

-Bonnie Prince Billy & Broeder Dieleman “Gloria/Drie Vragen” 7″ single

-Against Me! “Osama Bin Laden as the Crucified Christ” vinyl


NOT AN OFFICIAL RSD RELEASE BUT… we have 1 copy of the elusive and rare Red House Painters vinyl box. These are super limited and we’re treating it like a RSD release so we’ll be putting it out Saturday morning with everything else.


A few releases that will not make it in time for RSD but we should be getting in the near future:

-Mumford & Sons 7″

-Mark Kozelek LP

A few releases that we were hoping to get but have since been cancelled completely:

-The 1975 EPs

-Burger Records Cassette box set


There could be a few RSD titles show up later in the week that are not on this list…we’ll make sure you know about those when and if they show up…




Hey Modest Mouse fans, get ready to flip out.  We have 2 (yes! 2!) signed and numbered photographs to GIVE AWAY from Isaac Brock featuring the photo that was used for the “This is a long drive…” album artwork.  The photos are in an edition of 80 copies and will be given away on RSD, Saturday, April 18th.  See how to score one below…


Here’s how to get one: 

1.) Find the MODEST MOUSE GOLDEN TICKET in our shop on RSD, and you’ll get one.  The ticket will be hidden in the shop.  The ticket looks like this:


2.) You can be the first to purchase any 3 of the 4 recent MODEST MOUSE vinyl reissues from Glacial Pace, which include “Lonesome Crowded West,” “This is a long drive…,” “Interstate 8,” or “Building Nothing Out of Something.”  All 4 LPs will be available in our shop on Record Store Day. Be the first person to buy any 3 of those LPs and the photo is yours for FREE!