Hey music fans, vinyl collectors, and gig rats—are you ready for Vinyl Day?
Come join the folks from Satchmi and Levi’s to celebrate VINYL DAY 2019: Your Yearly Vinylscope. Happening on Jul. 13 at The Axon Green Sun, Makati, you can expect crowd favorites performing, good prices on rare records, and even something for analog enthusiasts from this free-for-all event.
Satchmi’s calls it an “astronomical event.” In light of this, they want to explore our human connection to the universe. We have no idea what that means. But right now, they have piqued our curiosity.
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In case your having second thoughts, or if it’s worth avoiding FOMO, here are some things we can look forward to on Vinyl Day 2019.
Come through, crowd faves!
Catch these 15 acts perform throughout the day. Spanning different genres, they come together for this day of music, and good records. Whether your soft for acoustic acts or dying to dive in the pit, this lineup can get you through.
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Expect great sets from Autotelic, Clara Benin, Reese Lansangan, Dane Hipolito, Munimuni, I Belong to the Zoo, Cheats, Oh, Flamingo!, Over October, Lola Amour, Any Name’s Okay, Kremesoda, We Are Imaginary, Dante & Amigo, and Extrapolation.
Film ain’t dead yet
Apart from records, Vinyl Day can also be a haven for analog enthusiasts. The folks from Film Folk will be selling disposable cameras and a variety of film rolls. So for film enthusiasts out there, don’t be afraid to take some snaps around the area. Film Folk’s got you covered.
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Sweet deals on vinyl
Great news for vinyl hunters out there! For Vinyl Day, Satchmi’s records are for sale, with some up to 50 percent off. If you’re just getting into record collecting—this might be a perfect sign to get started. Their Motorino turntables will also be at a special offer. Although they haven’t disclosed full details yet, it looks like we can get for a great deal.
Entrance to Vinyl Day is free. Avoid long lines and pre-register now. Tickets are almost gone but don’t sweat it, walk-ins are allowed on the day itself.
Photos by Seb Amirol
Art by Julia David