The staff at Curbside put together a holiday gift guide for you to appease all your book worms and music lovers. These unique gifts are sure to please even your pickiest loved ones!
Red Velvet Underground by Freda Love Smith (Agate/Midway)
This drummer-turned-columnist's memoir is an excellent gift for lovers of rock music, vegetarian (mostly) recipes, and road trips.
Can't recommend this book enough.
Shanghai'd Soul - Episode 4 (Numero Group)
One of our top-sellers. Each of these soul tracks was sampled by some of the biggest names in hip-hop from Kanye to Kendrick to Common to Cudi.
Excellent gift for hip hop heads and R&B lovers.
Organize Your Own edited by Anthony Romero (Soberscove)
Organize Your Own: The Politics and Poetics of Self-Determination Movements features new work by contemporary artists, poets, and writers that explores the question of what “your own” might mean, this book connects some of the concerns dealt with in the 1960s and ’70s to the conversations and social movements around racial justice happening today.
Richard Edwards, Lemon Cotton Candy Sunset (Joyful Noise Records)
On this debut solo LP, Richard Edwards (of Margot & the Nuclear So and So’s) bears his wealth of gifts are on full display. This dual LP comes in Lemon Yellow and Cotton Candy Pink, with bonus track on translucent yellow flexi-disc.
Lush melodies and charming lyrics, the perfect gift for folk fans.
The Empty Bottle edited by John E. Dugan (Curbside Splendor)
Revisit one of the best rock clubs in America. Along with candid photos of bands from the Flaming Lips to the Sea and Cake, there are interviews and anecdotes galore. Writer John E. Dugan spent two years on this store favorite. Don't miss out!