Every week, we list the top selling albums from local record stores Music Millennium, Jackpot Records, Everyday Music and Beacon Sound, and the top streamed tracks in Portland on Rhapsody, for the previous week. And given that this Saturday, April 19, is Record Store Day, we've got all the information you need to navigating local events. Scroll down below the charts to see what every store has planned.
1. Beck—Morning Phase
2. Off!—Wasted Years
3. Pink Martini & the Von Trapps—Dream A Little Dream
4. Future Islands—Singles
5. Nickel Creek—Dotted Line
1. Real Estate—Atlas
2. Beck—Morning Phase
3. Protomartyr—Under Color Of Official Right
4. Todd Terje—It's Album Time
5. Coud Nothing—Here and Nowhere Else
1. Mac Demarco—Salad Days
2. The Body—I Shall Die Here
3. Thug Entrancer—Death After Life
4. Perfect Pussy—Say Yes To Love
5. S Carey—Range Of Light
1. Beck—Morning Phase
2. The War on Drugs—Lost in the Dream
3. Nickel Creek—A Dotted Line
4. Broken Bells—After the Disco
5. Mac DeMarco—Salad Days
Top 10 tracks songs streaming on Rhapsody in Portland
1. Pharrell Williams—"Happy"
2. Indina Menzel—"Let It Go"
3. Pharrell Williams—"Happy"
4. Katy Perry—"Dark Horse"
6. Beyonce—"Drunk in Love"
7. Daft Punk—"Get Lucky"
8. Jason Derulo—"Talk Dirty"
8. Kristen Bell—"Do You Want to Build a Snowman?"
10. OneRepublic—"Counting Stars"
RECORD STORE DAY EVENTS
1737 SE Morrison St., 528-1093, discouragerecords.com.
Opening: Noon (free bagels).
From the store:
“Annual CD shooting range set up in the store. Customers get to take BB gun rifle shots at a CD mobile. Safety will be encouraged but is not guaranteed and we ask that shoppers enter at their own risk. We will have a bunch of new arrivals to the store unveiled that day but only a couple of which will be official RSD records: Poison Idea seven-inch on Voodoo Doughnuts label and also the blue vinyl Bob Desper seven-inch released on the Discourage label and available for the first time a la carte (previously only available as a bonus in a limited number of the LP that Discourage released).”
1313 W Burnside St., 274-0961; 1931 NE Sandy Blvd., 239-7610; everydaymusic.com.
Opening: 8am (snacks and coffee available)
1 pm: Steve Turner from Mudhoney
2 pm: Pure Bathing Culture
3 pm: Big Haunt
3:45 pm: Anne
Opening: 8 am
1914 E Burnside St., 327-8473, futureshockpdx.com
Opening: 11 am.
11 am-noon: Frankeee B
Noon-1 pm: King Tim 33 1/3
1-2 pm: Gwizski
2-3 pm: Djon
3-4 pm: Nik Fury
— Free Future Shock logo T-shirt with any purchase over $100 as well as a bunch of free swag while supplies last.
— Exclusive world release of Turquoise Summers’ new album Shades from local label Omega Supreme Records.
503 SW 9th Ave., 222-0090; 3574 SE Hawthorne Blvd.; jackpotrecords.com.
10 am: Steve Turner from Mudhoney
12 pm-2 pm: Nate C. from Witch Mountain
Opening: 10 am
— An on-site “record-psychic” predicting which one-dollar records will be given out for free.
— Both locations will be selling exclusive records from Jackpot label: Devo Live at Max’s Kansas City and a seven-inch by Beauregarde.
3158 E Burnside St., 862-8826, musicmillennium.com.
Opening: 8 am.
3 pm: Jerry A from Poison Idea (autograph signing)
7 pm: Eric D. Johnson
8 pm: Black Prairie
— Porter’s Southern Grill served from 6-10 pm, along with free New Belgium beer.
Turn! Turn! Turn!
8 NE Killingsworth St., 284-6019, turnturnturnpdx.com.
Noon-3 pm: Different specials (food, drink, records) each hour, plus a drawing for records, gift certificates and T-shirts.
3-6 pm: Hisham Mayet, co-owner/founder of Sublime Frequencies will be spinning records and have a table of SF and related items to purchase. Beer specials.
8 pm: The Bugs (record release party)