In These Streets × Of A Kind Vintage and Vinyl

“In These Streets” is going to be a regular column showing tribute to independent, street-level marketing (posters, flyers, etc) and linking those physical products to their respective online properties.

This edition focuses on promotional material found at the record store Of A Kind.

Of A Kind Vintage and Vinyl

Of A Kind opened in my old neighborhood of College & Dufferin just over a year ago. They have a great selection of vinyl (new and old) and some cool clothes too (mostly old) and there are usually some rad flyers and business cards stacked on a table in there, so here are a few of those…

The Junction Trio on February 27 at St Anne's Anglican Church
Post-Industrial Dvorak
The Junction Trio with special guests Jesse Stewart on Crystal Bowls
Wednesday, February 27, 7:30pm
St. Anne’s Anglican Church
270 Gladstone Avenue

Sean Lewis on February 28 at Of A Kind
Paintings by Sean Lewis
Thursday, February 28, 7:00pm
Of A Kind
1037 College Street

Say Word on February 28 at May
Say Word, Again?!
all vinyl, open-mic, live performances
Thursday, February 28
May
876 Dundas Street West

Delta Will on March 7 at The Piston
Transcendental Visits EP release party
Delta Will
Thursday, March 7, 9:00pm
The Piston
937 Bloor Street West

Cellar Door
These stairs, while providing wall space for old posters, lead to a basement with thousands of $2 records!

Apply to play at Pop Montreal
Are you in a band? Apply to play at Pop Montreal!

Miss Fix-It
In addition to concerts and shows, you can always find info on various local business and artists.

#ABMixtape
Free music from Audio Blood!

Locals Only
Local artists and musicians are encouraged to sell their wares at Of A Kind, and they have a great space for it!

Of A Kind Vintage and Vinyl is located at 1037 College Street, Toronto and is open 11am-9pm Mondays through Saturdays, and 11am-7pm on Sundays.

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2 thoughts on “In These Streets × Of A Kind Vintage and Vinyl

  1. These are great posters! I like that you didn’t just post a jpeg of each poster; you took pictures of the posters in person, where they promote posters “in action,” if you will. I also like that you included information/links on the artist. Bridging digital and real life.

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