* Anybody can celebrate a 10th, 15th or 20th anniversary, so Lincoln’s used music treasure trove Recycled Sounds, 909 O St., is breaking out the deals for their 19th anniversary. The sale, which includes the store’s bulging collection of posters, goes from June 24 to June 29. Check in during the week for deals galore or check out “Recycled Sounds Lincoln” on Facebook for more details

* The Show Is The Rainbow‘s latest album, Tickled Pink, is available on vinyl and digitally via It Are Good Records, a label run by TSITR mastermind Darren Keen. The release is being distributed by Illegal Art, a label that also handles Girl Talk’s releases. The album, with some not-safe-for-work album art by Lincoln artist Jimmy Lee, is being pressed in limited numbers on bright pink vinyl. Meanwhile, Keen is on a marathon 10-month tour that will take him across the globe. For more information on the new album or Keen’s whereabouts, check out itaregood.com


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