Though DJ is most often thought of as being short for disc jockey, it could also stand for delightful jawbone. This Groupon is for the first one.
Choose Between Two Options
- $15 for three 7-inch vinyl records (up to a $44.97 value), valid in-store only
- $25 for $50 worth of DJ gear, music, and vinyl, valid in-store or online
The first option is valid for 7-inch vinyl records of up to a $14.99 value each, such as Change/Northern & Roozy, a limited edition, hand-numbered 45 from The Purist and Roc Marciano, Strange Man/Long Progression from the Red Hot Chili Peppers, or the Bladerunners' Lick the Edits/North of the Tobin.
Rock and Soul's stock of DJ accessories encompasses DVDs, such as DJ Qbert's Scratchlopedia Breaktannica ($24.99) and recordings of the DMC World DJ championships dating back to 2005 ($14.99), practical items, such as gaffers tape ($24.99) and audio cables ($9.99), and innovative gadgets, such headphones hidden in a beanie ($49.99), which can be calibrated to function with an iPhone, BlackBerry, and Skype.
Rock and Soul
An electronics store at its founding in 1975, Rock and Soul swiftly shifted its focus to cater to the then-incipient DJ community. From their vantage point at the center of what exploded into a global phenomenon, the spinning specialists at the store have spotted such lofty stars as Damian Marley, Talib Kweli, Grandmaster Flash, and Nelly Furtado. Today, the shelves are lined not only with such essential electronics as turntables, amplifiers, and bug zappers, but also with new and rare releases on CD and vinyl.