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‘Record of the Month’ Club at End of All Music Puts New Spin on Collecting

By Anna Grace Usery

The End of All Music has become a travel destination for record lovers across the globe, but for those who can’t get enough, the record store can now travel to you. 

The Record Club of the Month is an exclusive membership that allows a piece of End of All Music to travel directly to your home.

A nearly hidden staircase on the Courthouse Square leads to record Nirvana, The End of All Music. Photo by Anna Grace Usery.

Each month the staff at End of All Music will select one vinyl record they deem worthy for the ROTM club. Selections will cover all genres of music and subscriptions come in one, three, six and 12 month increments. Prices are $25 for one month, $75 for three months, $140 for six months and $280 for the year. 

“And don’t worry, you’ll never get some totally weird record,” the website reads.

“We started (the Record of the Month Club) to help get good, often overlooked records into the hands of our customers both in and out of town,” said store owner David Swider. “A lot of folks were asking if we could just send them records, or pick out records, that we were listening to. So we came up with the ROTM Club.”

Swider said the club has grown to “a healthy number” and he looks to continue to build.

Previous records of the month include Otis Redding’s “Dock of the Bay” sessions, Superchunk’s “What a Time to Be Alive”, and Spooner Oldham’s “Pot Luck”.

Click here to sign up online or visit the store at 103 Courthouse Square A. Those who sign up in person for a six or 12 month subscription at the shop until Sept. 1 will receive a $20 gift certificate to spend in the store. 

For more information about the End of All Music, follow this link.

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