Shake It Update 4/20/18: RECORD STORE DAY is Saturday!

Local Concerts, New Arrivals, Record Store Day, Shake It Updates -

Shake It Update 4/20/18: RECORD STORE DAY is Saturday!

Record Store Day is this Saturday!
We expect to see ya at the shop by 8 AM, we will most definitely be here. Don't forget to bring a canned good or two to ensure your 10% off.


This week brings us a few new releases, including new albums by Lord Huron, Melvins, and Old Crow Medicine Show.


Scroll down a bit for our list of this week's new releases and reissues.


Congratulations to Kendrick Lamar for being the first rapper to win a Pulitzer Prize! And congrats to our hometown paper The Cincinnati Enquirer, who also won a Pulitzer for their excellent coverage of the heroin epidemic.


The Homecoming festival that The National put together is coming up next weekend. Stop by to see us at Shake It's pop-up shop!


The upcoming Wussy album What Heaven Is Like has officially been announced! Coming out on May 18th from Shake It (domestic) and Damnably (UK/Europe). Check out their new single 'Gloria' over at Stereogum.


We urge you to check out Inhailer Radio Cincinnati, an indie pop and rock radio station highlighting the best local and national acts playing our region. If you're still feeling the pangs of missing WNKU, Inhailer should please your ears.

New And Recent Releases...

Bonnie Prince Billy - Wolf Of The Cosmos
The latest under Will Oldham's alias is a full cover of singer/songwriter Susanna's 2007 album Sonata Mix Dwarf, retitled Wolf Of The Cosmos.

Brothers Osborne - Port Saint Joe
Port Saint Joe, the sophomore album from rising country stars The Brothers Osborne is an unabashed reflection of who they are, imperfections and all.

Cloud Castle Lake - Malingerer
Dublin four-piece Cloud Castle Lake make beguiling, complicated and bold compositions that are equal parts pastoral folk and soaring post-rock crescendos. Malingerer is their long-anticipated debut album.

Gladiators - Symbol Of Reality / Gladiators - Serious Thing
Two remastered roots reggae classics by Gladiators, originally from 1982 and '84.

Joshua Hedley - Mr. Jukebox
The highly anticipated debut album from Joshua Hedley, a champion of classic country for a new generation, courtesy of Third Man Records.

Kimbra - Primal Heart
Kimbra's third full-length album Primal Heart represents a leap in confidence for the singer, seamlessly tempering moments of bass-heavy empowerment with intimate vulnerability.

Lord Huron - Vide Noir
Written and recorded over the past two years at LA studio and informal clubhouse Whispering Pines, Ben Schneider's new album as Lord Huron, Vide Noir, was produced by Dave Fridmann.

Melvins - Pinkus Abortion Technique
A new eight-song release from The Melvins, featuring not only their ongoing bass player Steven McDonald, but also Butthole Surfers' Jeff Pinkus on bass. Featuring covers of The Beatles, Butthole Surfers, and even a James Gang/Surfers medley.

Old Crow Medicine Show - Volunteer
Volunteer is Old Crow Medicine Show's first album of original material since 2014's Grammy-winning Remedy. The songs illustrate themes that resonate far beyond their fan base, while also showcasing the depth in the group's songwriting.

A Perfect Circle - Eat The Elephant
Eat The Elephant is the anxiously-awaited return of A Perfect Circle, their fourth full-length and first since 2004's eMOTIVe.

The Who - Live At The Fillmore East 1968
50th Anniversary of legendary unreleased recordings from NYC's Fillmore East in '68.

Neil Young + Promise Of The Real - Paradox
Neil Young + POTR recorded the soundtrack to the film Paradox spontaneously with no overdubs, on the MGM Soundstage.

New And Recent Vinyl Releases...

The Creation - We Are Paintermen
A new vinyl reissue of The Creation's only full-length LP, cut from the original mono masters for the first time since 1967.

The Promise Ring - Nothing Feels Good
Vinyl reissue of the Milwaukee emo band's second album from 1997.

Saxon - Saxon / Saxon - Wheels Of Steel / Saxon - Strong Arm Of The Law
Vinyl reissue of the British metal band's first three albums, from '79-80.

And just a reminder that we are always selling tickets to The Woodward Theater, Madison Theatre, and other local events sold through CincyTicket. Just ask for tickets at our front counter.

There is no service charge on tickets when paying with cash. However, there will be an additional charge of $1 per ticket if paying with credit card.