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  • Day of the Undead
  • Day of the Undead

    ROCK HOLIDAY Local record stores celebrate another year of business and an upswing in sales during this year’s Record Store Day.
      the back room of her record store, Deon Borchard is pawing through a box, excitedly calling out things she finds inside: CDs, bags, buttons, samplers. Every year this box of freebies — which gets sent to her by the organizers of Record Store Day — seems to get fuller as more and more record stores sign up to participate around the world.
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  • The Year in Local Music
  • The Year in Local Music

    Venue owners fight, bands reunite and local fans prove that they’ll go to a show just about anywhere
      THE YEAR OF THE NONTRADITIONAL VENUE While Spokane’s scene may fail in terms of space predictability (closing venues, moving venues), it sure as hell gets credit for constant effort and resourcefulness. Take for example the string of nontraditional venues: the third-annual Terrain in an empty storefront.
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