PHOTOS: 8-Ball Zine Inaugural Music Fair at Red Hook's Pioneer Works Is Daytripping for Vinyl Nerds and Audiophiles
The 8-Ball Music Fair No. 1 (remember All Day Every Day's NEWSSTAND?) took place on Sunday, August 17 at Dustin Yellin's Pioneer Works in Brooklyn's Red Hook neighborhood--presenting an afternoon delight for both audiophiles and art-lovers.
The inaugural fête included tabling from various Brooklyn-based record distros including: Blazer Sound, Johan Kugelberg's gallery-slash-label Boo Hooray, Dub-Stuy Records, Famous Class, Never Not Working, the forever awesome Sacred Bones, Shakers/A1 Records, Show Paper, Tennis Court Place, Terrible Records, True Panther and plenty more...including a drop off table for bands to sell their demos and merch.
Take a look at some of our favortite pics of the afternoon.
Perhaps the most fune zine Clite picked up was "The 8-Ball Guide How To: Internet Radio." Speaking of, do check out their own internet radio, mudguts.com, to see how they, err, fair.© 2016 The Classical Art, All rights reserved. Do not reproduce without permission.