The shop is small but has plenty of inventory and three listening stations; one of which is dedicated to Louisville music. Anthony pointed out that music is suited for boutiques now. The only model to survive the changing music industry has been the mom and pop stores; all the big box stores are gone. His personal approach attracts music fans because he can order anything someone is looking for and has extensive knowledge to share. And he's happy to engage in conversation with avid music lovers.
If you want to see Anthony do his thing live, you can visit him at Meat on Mondays at 1076 E. Washington St. Meat is a bar around back and upstairs from The Blind Pig restaurant. He spins with fellow DJ Woody at 9 p.m. Their Facebook event page says, "As live DJs the team has had legendary nights at The Monkey Wrench as well as sell out appearances at Headliners and the Vernon."
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