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Jun 4, 2015

I recorded this interview with Daniel Drinkard in early May while getting a preview of the new location of Seasick Records, a vinyl record store in Birmingham, Alabama.

We talk about our love for music, common interests in punk and indie bands, and the reasons why listening to music on vinyl makes music seem more special. We also talk about the DIY ethic of Henry Rollins and why it matters to spend your days doing work you enjoy.

Daniel opened Seasick Records in November 2013, with his co-founder Chayse Porter, to offer a vinyl record store in Alabama that focuses on punk and indie music that Daniel loves. It didn't take long to outgrow the original location in Avondale, so Seasick is moving down Crestwood Blvd. a little ways to a new location next to Crestwood Coffee. This episode is released this week to coincide with the grand opening of Seasick at the new location.

As always, the complete show notes can be found here: http://birminghamshines.com

 

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