RIP: DiVinyl Revolution in Saratoga Springs, 2010-2012

One last spin:

It’s the final revolution for DiVinyl Revolution

We are deeply saddened to learn that DiVinyl Revolution record shop in Saratoga Springs will be closing its doors for good on Wednesday (May 2).

Brittany Nasser – who has owned and operated the store since it opened two years ago and also managed it in its previous incarnation as Last Vestige Music Shop – made the announcement on Saturday.

A going-out-of-business sale is taking place at the store til then: 50% off all used CDs, vinyl records and tapes; and all dollar records are now four for a dollar.

7 Responses to “RIP: DiVinyl Revolution in Saratoga Springs, 2010-2012”

  1. Dirty rotten lowdown shame!

  2. steve ward says:

    Such a shame! Brittany ran an very comfortable store. Her smile and knowledge will be missed

  3. Mr. Reidy says:

    and I was gonna try to stop by soon :(

  4. Andy M. says:

    It’s always a sad day when another independent record store shuts its doors. Good luck Brittany!

  5. Mr. Eck says:

    Brittany is good people. I wish her all the best in future endeavors.

  6. KP says:

    On more than one occasion in there and she had on some awesome music I’d never heard and immediately bought. I just hope something halfway interesting goes in there and not another art gallery, law firm, insurance agency etc.

  7. J Hunter says:

    Just read about this over lunch today. The following is a statement without a shred of nuance or context:

    That sucks!

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