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Sloan is holding another garage sale and everyone is invited

[A preview from Elisa F.G. – AC]

“Please sir, I want some more” the famous bold move by Oliver Twist, the second novel by Charles Dickens of the same name. Second slice of cake, second dog, second kid, sequels

– second helpings happen because the first helping was awesome, so why not give it another go?

The second annual Murderecords Garage Sale is going down Saturday May 27th from 12pm to 3pm and if you made it out last year, you understand why a second helping is necessary! Murderecords will of course be providing the tunes with Sloan headlining the event and performances by other artists on Sloan’s indie label.

Vinyls, posters, stickers, shirts, CD’s, what would a Garage Sale be without some thrifty deals? Don’t get it twisted though, this isn’t just musty stuff from somebody’s crawl space!

“Some more current releases will be on hand, as well as some older stuff we found stashed away in our storage space…AND some brand new items we made especially for the garage sale!!” says Sloan of their curated collection.

“We had so much fun last year, we decided to do it again!”

Sneak peeks posted on the bands instagram account allude to this Garage Sale being just as successful as last years and knowing Sloan, it’s going to be a good time so to quote the band “What kinda fool doesn’t think about it?”

Follow the Garage Sale signs this Saturday May 27th, down the first laneway off of Margueretta St, north of College St, Toronto. You’ll have to hoof it down the laneway as no cars will be allowed and no early birds/nerds either! (Sloan’s words not mine) Cash and cards will be accepted, Murderecords has you covered so “You’d have to be a fool not to think about it.”

Alan Cross

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