Music documentary

Another Musical Documentary Gets “Virtual” Release for Independent Theaters and Record Stores

The film will be available only through record stores and theaters from April 17 and will not be available on other digital platforms for several months. The rental process will be easy for the viewer. Once the customer purchases the film from the record store or at the cinema from April 17, they will receive a rental by email. The movie can be viewed for 72 hours once you choose to start playing it on any internet-connected device, including laptops, tablets, and smartphones. (Instructions on how to view it on your TV via AppleTV, Roku, and Chromecast will also be available).

Below is a list of theaters and record store partners, along with the trailer for the documentary Other Music.

Other Musical Documentary – Virtual Theater Screenings
April 17-20

ALABAMA
10,000 Hz discs – Opelika
Seasickness Records – Birmingham

ARIZONA
Field stool – Phoenix

CALIFORNIA
Boo Boo Records – San Luis Obisppo
SF Cinema – San Francisco
Factory Records – Costa Mesa
Go underground – Bakersfield
Failed Records – San Francisco

COLORADO
Twist & Shout Records – Denver

CONNECTICUT
Red Scroll Records – Wallingsford
The Telegraph – New London

DISTRICT OF COLOMBIA
Songbyrd – Washington DC

DELAWARE
SqueezeBox Records – Wilmington

FLORIDA
Daddy Kool Records – Saint Petersburg
Park Avenue Records – Orlando
Rust and Wax – West Palm Beach
Sun-Ray Cinema – Jacksonville
Sweat Records – Miami
Tonvendor – Augustine

GEORGIA
Criminal Record – Atlanta
Grantski Records – Augusta
Mojo Vinyl Records – Roswell

IOWA
Analog Vault – Cedar Rapids

IDAHO
The Record Swap – Boise

ILLINOIS
Plaza Records – Carbondale
Shuga Records – Chicago
Southern Rhodes Disks – Chicago
Tone Deaf Records – Chicago

INDIANA
Landlocked Music – Bloomington
Static Age – Michigan City

KANSAS
Love Garden Sounds, Lawrence
Spektrum Music – Wichita

KENTUCKY
Bed and Breakfast Files – Louisville

MASSACHUSETTS
Belltower Records – North Adams
Brattle Theater – Cambridge
Vinyl index. – Somerville

MARYLAND
Atomic Books / Celebrated Summer Records – Baltimore
Red Onion Records – Hyattsville

MINNESOTA
Down the Valley – Golden Valley
Sound Unscein – Minneapolis

MISSOURI
Kismet Creative Center, Saint-Louis
Screenland – Kansas City

MISSISSIPPI
The End of All Music – Oxford

NEW HAMPSHIRE
Radio WSCA – Portsmouth

NEW JERSEY
Showrooms – Asbury Park

NEW YORK
North Park Theater – Buffalo

NORTH CAROLINA
Bull City Records – Durham
Lunchbox Records – Charlotte
Underdog Records – Winston-Salem

OHIO
Culture Clash Records – Toledo
Earworm Recordings – Milford
Skeleton Dust Records – Dayton

OREGON
House of Records – Eugène
Millennium Music – Portland

PENNSYLVANIA
Government Center – Pittsburgh

TENNESSEE
Grimey’s – Nashville
Magnolia Records – Knoxville
The Groove – Nashville

TEXAS
End of an Ear – Austin
Good Records – Dallas
Sound Exchange Records – Houston
Texas Theater – Oak Cliff

VIRGINIA
Steady Sounds Records – Richmond

VERMONT
Fall Records – Winooski

WASHINGTON
Northwestern Film Forum – Seattle
Resurrection Archives – Spokane
Scarecrow Video – Seattle
The company – Anacortes