The Illinois Times: “Local Business Owners Face A New Reality”

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One thing is for certain, and that is that we are the only ones affected by the coronavirus. Every single person in the entire… globe is probably affected in some way. Safety is most important right now, and lives are at risk.

Things are rapidly changing every day for what our business and other businesses are doing and how people are trying to cope with the virus and practice social distancing. We got the change to speak with Rachel Otwell of The Illinois Times along with other local businesses Graba Java and American Harvest about what we are doing in these times.

Check out that article online right here. From the article:

Back downtown, Dumb Records has canceled or postponed all upcoming shows, and won’t be scheduling more for the foreseeable future. The music store also functions as a performance space. Owner Brian Galecki is focused on selling some of his 6,000-plus vinyl records and CDs online. The operation is unique, as it runs on volunteer support. But it’s how Galecki makes ends meet.

Our online Discogs store can be found right here, and our online storenvy where shirts and more can be found right here. Our physical store is pretty much closed until further notice at this point (we are just here going through records and packing up orders).