Calvin Johnson found some rad cassettes in his garage, and now K Records is selling them

Calvin Johnson found some rad cassettes in his garage, and now K Records is selling them

Maybe you’ve got a lawn mower in your garage. Maybe you’ve got aquariums. Maybe you’ve got two hospital beds, a grandfather clock, an inflatable pool, and a washing machine filled with pennies.

Calvin Johnson, co-founder of K Records and member of Beat Happening, has cassettes in his garage. Or, he had cassettes in his garage. Cassettes that had been out-of-print or otherwise impossible to find for years. Black Candy by Beat Happening. Avalanche by Some Velvet Sidewalk. Jarred Up by Mecca Normal. God Don’t Make No Junk by The Halo Benders. And a whole bunch of others, all of which you can purchase here.

Now, do you know where your old Walkman is? Somewhere in your garage? Inside a broken refrigerator or maybe at the bottom of an aquarium?

• K: http://krecs.com

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