Third Man Records Comes to NYC!

Yet another exciting announcement coming from the Third Man Records camp! They will be taking over a storefront at 131 Chrystie Street (between Broome and Delancey) for a two-day pop-up shop!

The store will only be around on July 16th and 17th, open between 10 AM-6 PM. It’s the perfect opportunity to pick up a copy of Horehound — the debut album of The Dead Weather, a member of the Third Man Record’s roster.

Who knows, maybe some of the Dead Weather will stop by to say hello.

So exciting! See y’all there!

The full press release below:

Third Man Records Comes To NYC

Limited Time Pop Up Store – July 16th and 17th

Pre-Order The Dead Weather’s Debut Release Horehound Now

Jack White’s Nashville-based Third Man Records will be opening a pop up store in NYC for a limited time. It will be located at 131 Chrystie Street (between Broome and Delancey) with retail hours from 10 AM-6 PM on July 16th and 17th only. Be sure to stop by to pick up your copy of The Dead Weather’s highly anticipated debut album, Horehound, out July 14th, as well as other Third Man releases and merch.

If you’re not in NYC or Nashville, you can pre-order your copy of Horehound from The Dead Weather webstore at http://thedeadweather.kungfustore.com/categories/76-music). Pre-order your double LP or CD prior to the July 13th (UK/Europe)/July 14th (US) release and receive one of two previously unseen live photos of the band, taken at the Roxy by photographer Nic Adler. The photo comes as a free download at checkout.

Don’t forget to check out the album prior to its release next Monday (UK/Europe)/Tuesday (North America) on iLike. Listen to Horehound in full and for free, exclusively at www.iLike.com/thedeadweather.

Some early praise for Horehound…

“…an excellent album of sex sweat, bourbon breath, gun smoke and guitar sleaze…these are all top-notch songs…what a lovely way to burn.” 4 Stars – Rolling Stone

“…when you listen to clattery Horehound tracks like “So Far From Your Weapon” or “Treat Me Like Your Mother”…you imagine a sort of Tennessee Williams, kitchen-knife-wielding scenario, starring an unhinged Nick Cave and PJ Harvey circa “Henry Lee.”” – Spin

“The 11 songs on the album…are spare and sexy, with the vocals often distorted or submerged beneath grinding, snaky rhythms.” – The New York Times

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