Birmingham was the focus of a recent article in the Washington Post. Seasick was fortunate enough to be included along with our friends at Club Duquette, Charm, and more! Read the excerpt below:
Daniel Drinkard cast an eye over the rows of bins at Seasick Records and made a quick calculation: about 8,000 records, equally divided between new and used. For the obsessed collector, the shop sells indie-exclusive colored vinyl; Ryan Adams’s red version of “Prisoner” recently flew out the door. Musicians occasionally perform on a shoebox stage in the back, and a pair of barbers cut hair by the front window, the buzz of the shaver adding an unexpected wall of sound.