So advises the SF Weekly, which picks our Moe's reading in Berkeley as the thing to do next Monday night, to wit:
Monday, April 25, 2005
With our day jobs to hack through and cats to feed, who has time to rifle through the used record bins at thrift stores to find that perfect score? Luckily, Los Angeles based Scram Magazine's new book, Lost in the Grooves, paws through the dusty bins so we don't have to, offering more than 100 tributes to obscure aural ephemera. Scram's vinyl junkies come to the Bay Area tonight to share stories about their most demented finds. Highlights include Jay Hinman's lecture on "The Future of the Music Dork in the Digital Age" and John Trubee's Behind the Music style tale of making a fake suicide threat to get a record deal. Give the geeks some love at 7:30 at Moe's Books, 2476 Telegraph (at Dwight), Berkeley. Admission is free; call (510) 849-2087 or visit www.moesbooks.com.