Community radio station CKLN is holding a party and sale of its vinyl library on Saturday August 27. Toronto's first campus-community radio station is moving from Ryerson University and must sell its collection for space reasons.
Thousands of hip hop, house, funk and indie rock and punk vinyl records, music books and other collectibles accumulated over three decades will be on sale along with CKLN swag.
Deejays will be on hand throughout the event spinning everything from boogie funk to hip hop. You can listen live via http://ckln.fm.
For those interested in early entrance, doors open for a special preview from 9-11:00 am for a $10 cover. General Admission is $5 after 11:00 am.
Library Voices is an eight piece pop collective from Regina, Saskatchewan. Blending tremolo soaked guitars with analog synths, vintage organs, circuit bent electronics, accordion, saxophone, strings, theremin, Tenori-on, and glockenspiel, their songs play out like an AM radio jingle; mixing the best of the 60's, 70's, 80's, and today.
To learn more about the band and their new album Denim on Denim, check out libraryvoices.ca.