by Steve Haruch
Speaking of that new record, Paramore, I venture to say, might be the Paramore album that makes Paramore fans out of people who disliked some of their past haircuts — more sonically diverse than they've been, a pop-rock album uninhibited by genre stricture (perhaps to a fault). No matter where you stand on whether they were ever a local band before they left town, Paramore shows a lot of growth. Here's some proof.
So, to recap: big band, small store, cool beans. The performance is scheduled for 1 p.m., with signing to follow.
Update: Grimey's has sent along further Record Store Day details, including their full RSD lineup. See that info block-quoted after the jump.
10:00 - Store opens
11:00 - djb (DJ set)
11:30 - Poplar Grove Middle School Ensemble (performs selections from Beck's "Song Reader" album of sheet music)
12:00 - Daniel Bachman
12:30 - Pimpdaddysupreme (DJ set)
1:00 - Paramore
1:15 - MINDUB (DJ set)
1:45 - Alanna Royale
2:15 - DJ SRC (DJ set)
2:45 - Josh Rouse
3:15 - DJ Hammelandeggs (DJ set)
3:45 - PUJOL
4:15 - Janet from Out The other (DJ set)
4:45 - Hotpipes
5:15 - D-Funk (DJ set)
5:45 - The Features
we'll also have the Smoke Et Al food truck and Pat from Jimmy Carl's Lunch Box will be serving Thai street food (a cuisine he fell in love with in Thailand). Frothy Monkey will be serving coffee and breakfast to those in the line and will have additional food offerings throughout the day. We'll have a craft beer garden on the Basement patio and full bar inside the Basement. Thousands and thousands of cheap records & CDs in a sidewalk sale, additional vendors like Nisolo shoes (local company that sells killer shoes made by artisans from impoverished countries 'wear change' is their moto).