June 1, 2012 - 11:32am
Vinyl and coffee? Oh yes you can. Astro Black Records is coming to Quill's Coffee.
“We're not open just yet, but we're very close though!” This is the Facebook status of Astro Black Records as of May 23rd. Jim Marlowe of Tropical Trash and gal Ginger Goss are opening a “new and used record store specializing in Avant-Rock, Jazz, Free/Improv, Modern...
July 29, 2012 - 7:54pm
Wednesday night, Ear X-tacy Records is closing its doors-to open in a new location Friday morning. A look at the last day as the landmark store prepares for the next 15 years.
Wednesday night, Ear X-tacy Records is closing its doors—to open in a new location Friday morning. A look at the last day as the landmark store prepares for the next 15 years. The current—for today—location at 1534 Bardstown Road.
May 25, 2010 - 10:31pm
Local music retail institution ear-X-tacy plans to move a mile down Bardstown Road into smaller building this summer.
Sometime this summer, ear-X- tacy, Louisville's acclaimed independent music store, will have a new home, marking its fourth location along Bardstown Road in its 24-year history. The new store will be at 2226 Bardstown Road, in a 4,500-square-foot space formerly occupied by a FedEx Kinko's store and...