Little Haiti’s Sweat Records serves not only as a local vinyl distributer, but also as a music venue, bakery and coffee bar.
Sweat Records celebrated their sixth anniversary and international Record Store Day with the second annual Sweatstock, an all day festival featuring local talent.
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Little Haiti’s Sweat Records has served not only as a local vinyl distributer, but also as a music venue, bakery and coffee bar. Now this quirky record store has another reason to be included in your weekend plans: brunch, and not your typical eggs-and-bacon breakfast, we’re talking a vegan waffle party.
All good things make a comeback, don’t they? Well at least in music, comebacks are a good thing; Vinyl is resurging, and in a big way.
Record Store Day began April 19, 2008 when independent record stores across the country banded together to promote themselves by releasing several special vinyl and CD recordings and hosting exclusive in-store artist performances. Record Store Day is now an annual event celebrated on the third Saturday of every April.