April 13, 2014 in
On April 19, Hill & Dale will celebrate Record Store Day 2014.
Please help support independent, bricks and mortar record stores by visiting Hill & Dale and all the other shops that provide interesting places for people to find and buy music.
We're excited to participate in our first Record Store Day and are looking forward to offering many of the exclusive records that are available only through approved stores.
April 05, 2014 in
Hill & Dale is hosting FREE listening party on Sunday, April 6 at 3pm to preview Ancient Sufi Invocations and Forgotten Songs from Aleppo. The limited edition LP will be available on Record Store Day. We'll play the album and there will be FREE coffee available, courtesy of Zeke's Coffee. Thank you to The Vinyl District, Lost Origin Sound Series, and Electric Cowbell Records for sponsoring this event.
Check out the details HERE.
Hill & Dale is open Sundays from 1-7pm.
February 17, 2014 in
Hill & Dale is located in Canal Square at 1054 31st Street NW, Washington DC, right next to the Sea Catch Restaurant. You can reach the store from M Street and from 31st Street. Look for the signs to the Sea Catch.
Our hours are Wednesday - Sunday, 1-7pm. Hill & Dale is closed on Mondays and Tuesdays, but we're available by appointment
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Mac DeMarco's second full-length album earned an 8.5 on Pitchfork. "His second full-length, Salad Days, isn’t a departure from its predecessor so much as a richer, increasingly assured refinement. For all its internal contradictions, Salad Days is no more or less than a great album in a tradition of no-big-deal great albums." -- Marc Hogan, Pitchfork
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