OUR STORE ON SANDY BLVD has CLOSED.
We WILL assess and make an offer for your used CDs, DVDs and vinyl on Burnside downtown Portland.
Seattle location also permanently closed. Thanks for the memories.
August 1 2022: NEWS
The Everyday Music Bellingham is changing hands! I have sold the store and the inventory. Running a store from Portland was no longer manageable for me since my partner in life and the business, Scott Kuzma, passed away in April. The new owner is Cory Blackwood of Bellingham and I hope for continuing success as an indie record store in that sweet spot downtown.
Cory will surely put his own stamp on the business in time, including a name change: Ritual Records. I’m pleased to find someone I can pass the torch to as the Everyday Music empire downsizes.
To the customers in beautiful Bellingham THANK YOU too. Scott and I couldn't have been a success without your patronage. And don't forget our other kids at Royal Records in Seattle! Carry on!
THANKS FOR YOUR SUPPORT!
*Please note BURNSIDE location HAS NOT MOVED OR CLOSED!
We have downsized and now occupy only the WEST SIDE of the building's storefront. YES we still have CDs, DVDs and vinyl...!!
It's all together in one lovely space at 1313 W Burnside.
EM Current Bestsellers
1. JID--The Forever Story
2. Taylor Swift--Midnights
3. Childish Gambino--Awaken, My Love
4. Harry Styles--Harry's House
6. Khruangbin--Texas Moon w/Leon Bridges
7. Steve Lacy--Gemini Rights
8. Vince Staples--Ramona Park Broke My Heart
9. Miles Davis--Kind of Blue
10. Wet Leg--Wet Leg
Margo Price -- Strays
Margo Price begins Strays by declaring that she's been to the mountain and back, a proclamation she pairs with a stylized, amorous throb that's equal parts new wave and classic rock. That statement and that sound make it clear that Strays finds Price continuing to wander far afield from the traditional country of her 2016 debut Midwest Farmer's Daughter, developing a distinctive synthesis of a variety of styles that can't quite be pegged as Americana. Sharp, incisive songwriting remains at the heart of her music, allowing Price to weave different sounds and rhythms into her probing, emotionally open songs. With tracks "Lydia" and "Landfill," a pair of searching, nocturnal, neo-folk songs that serves as a kind of epilogue at the end of the album, Strays ends on a somewhat uneasy note that is ultimately a sign of Price's confidence: Sometimes a melancholy finale suits a good time. ~Stephen Thompson, allmusic.com