Pure Pop Is Ready For Your Online Business

We’re here & ready to ship out orders from Pure Pop to you.
Free shipping on all orders over $50.

Pure Pop in-stock items, new & used, are on our online store.
Out of stock items can be ordered to arrive at Pure Pop within 3-5 days, or shipped to you to arrive within 4-7 days.

We will strive to be active updating the site with more used items & more discounts.

How does ordering from the online store work?

Each product page should be marked with one of the following

1.Available at the Record Store instock at Pure Pop
2.Available at the Record Store Inventory on the way to Record Store
3.Available at Distributor, Order arrives at Pure Pop in 3-5 days
4.Unavailable to be purchased or ordered at this time

You can combine items in stock at Pure Pop and at the distributor in 1 order.
We will get a notification of the order and will set up the appropriate shipping.

Items in stock at Pure Pop can also be picked up with sidewalk-no contact pickup or in your car at the library driveway across the street from our storefront.

Like all retail currently, Pure Pop has less customers.  To this end, the amount of new release items that we regularly stock will be reduced.  It is recommended that you pre-order any titles being released in May/June.  If done at least one week before streetdate will help you receive your item on or around the release date. Free Shipping over $50 order is available if all items are held to ship together.

Ok, that’s it for now. Questions/Requests?

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Start Your Ear Off Right

January has arrived again.

This means Rhino’s annual Start Your Ear Off Right Vinyl titles

Special editions and special colors for some of your favorite classic rock titles.

This year includes titles from

Bad Company
Stevie Nicks
Van Morrison
Deep Purple
Uncle Tupelo
Warren Zevon
Twin Peaks soundtrack

Free 2020 Rhino Calendar with purchase

Get 2+ titles from this program, get 15% off both

R.I.P. 2019 (2019-2019)

There was so much good new music this year, this was a hard list to make. Longtime favorites of mine like Beck, Deerhunter, Chaka Kahn, Neil Young  and Panda Bear all released albums this year and even they didn’t make my list. So let’s dig into my top 10 albums of 2019!
– Matt Carroll

10. Gus Dapperton Where Polly People Go To Read
– Super-catchy pop music. Definitely pretending to be vaporwave, but give the kid a break.

9. Hanna Diamond Reflections
– PC Music’s crown jewel finally releases her debut a few years too late maybe, but it’s still a great album. Hannah’s music is vapid in the best way possible.

8. Girlpool What Chaos Is Imaginary
– Just a good, quiet album. Post-ASMR?

7. Cass McCombs Tip Of The Sphere
– Cass is a peerless songwriter. He’s been quietly releasing amazing albums for several years now and he’s never really got the recognition that he deserves. This album is a good introduction if you’re new to his world.

6. Kim Gordon No Home Record
– Headline: Kim Gordon (of Sonic Youth) made a record with trap beats on it. Sold!

5. Solange When I Get Home
– Everyone slept on this album, give it a spin you rubes!

4. (Sandy) Alex G House Of Sugar
– A really solid indie rock album with unexpected IDM flourishes (!) and a few other surprises.

3. Chris Cohen Chris Cohen
– This is the best Yo La Tengo album in years.

2. Boogie Everythings For Sale
– No, not A Boogie wit da Hoodie. Just Boogie, and yes he’s on Eminem’s label (cringe). This is still my favorite hip hop album of the year.

1. Brittany Howard Jaime
– This is the album I was always hoping she would make.  She really expanded on her usual palette of sounds with Alabama Shakes. A fantastic solo debut.


I would also like to shout-out my favorite vinyl reissues of 2019:

  1. Patrice Rushen Remind Me (The Classic Elektra Recordings 1978-1984)
  2. The Cardigans catalog
  3. Prefab Sprout catalog
  4. Janet Jackson catalog
  5. Warp Records WXAXRXP30


Just Keep Repeating To Yourself: It’s Only Music, It’s Only Music……

Well damn, what a year for heavy, disgusting music! If you’re like me then you like your music to sound like it just crawled out of the sewer, much like a C.H.U.D. ready to destroy humanity as we know it. There were so many gore drenched releases this year that making a top 10 was a complex task. However, without further ado I present to you my favorite albums of 2019, better get a vomit bag  – Mikey

10. Witch Vomit Buried Deep In A Bottomless Grave  review

09. Nightfell A Sanity Deranged  review

08. Mortiferum Disgorged From Psychotic Depths  review

07. Profane Order Slave Morality  review

06. Cerebral Rot Odious Descent Into Decay  review

05. Mylingar Doda Sjalar  review

04. Blood Incantation Hidden History Of The Human Race  review 

03. Tomb Mold Planetary Clairvoyance  review 

02. Fetid Steeping Corporeal Mess  review 

01. Pissgrave Posthumous Humiliation  review

Pearl Jam is back

We have a limited amount of copies of the RSD/Black Friday title, Pearl Jam “MTV Unplugged”.    Stop & get the copy that you couldn’t get on Black Friday weekend.

$26.97, in-store purchase only thru this weekend(December 20-22)

Other RSD/Black Friday titles that have come back in stock

Arcade Fire, $12.97
Louis Armstrong  Live in 1956, $28.97
Lewis Capaldi  Hold Me While, $11.97
Jerry Garcia, GarciaLive vol 1, $80.97, down to probably our last copy
Hold Steady, Four on Ten, $17.97
JB’s, More Mess, $30.97
Nick Lowe/Wilco, $11.97
Dave Matthews Band, $124.97
New Pornographers, Stand-Up, $8.97
Charlie Parker, Magnificent, $30.97
Regrettes, Holiday-ish,$6.97
Paul Westerberg, Stereo/Mono $33.97
Wrens, Silver, $30.97

Perfect for that last minute gift.

Holiday Shopping Coupon

Get a coupon to use at Pure Pop in January with any purchase over $40 from now til Christmas.

How it works?

When your total purchase at Pure Pop is over $40 get a coupon for 15%* of your purchase that you can use in January 2020.

Example $50 purchase, would get you a $7.50 coupon.

Note-this would apply to Gift Certificates, both purchased in-store or online.

*Maximum $15 coupon per person*

On the Horizon: Emilie Kahn – “Outro”

“Synths and electronic beats paint a top coat of groove across the record. “Don’t” has a serious late-night smoothness to it, while “Island” features a sound drop and summer-festival drift. The click-beat of “Three” revels in the movements of modern pop, but breaks into dreamy harp territory, as though Khan wants to prove the extent of her breathtaking range. If 10 000 didn’t convince you, Outro showcases Kahn’s fearlessness.” – Read the full review on Exclaim!