In the Loop: DCP shelf at Omega Music

DCP shelf at Omega Music

DCP shelf at Omega Music

DCP shelf at Omega Music

In a partnership between the Dayton City Paper music section and Omega Music, albums featured in the DCP on a weekly basis will also be featured in a special way at the Oregon District music store. With the help of Omega, the DCP now has its own shelf of featured music, changed weekly, on the south facing wall of the store. You’ll know you’re in the right place by the signs saying, “Featured in the Dayton City Paper this week!” Omega Music first expressed interest in the idea after the staff noticed people coming in asking for albums they read about in the DCP, especially after Christopher Schutte’s article “10 for ’10,” about his picks for the 10 best records of 2010 and after his “Guided by Vices” column on March 15 about his picks for the top 10+ must-haves for your music collection. “This is all very cool,” said Alex Staiger of Omega Music. “Let’s get it going…” The DCP music shelf will be updated weekly with albums reviewed in the DCP and with albums by artists performing in the area every week. If you see an album featured in the DCP, be sure to ask for it at Omega Music, located at 318 E. Fifth St. in Dayton. For more information, visit www.omegamusicdayton.com or call (937) 275-9949.
— Nicole Wroten

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