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
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.

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.


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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