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The Public Records 1/18/18

Naber kankalar? Tatil nasildi? Ours was grand! Anyway, Max'll be heading off to Istanbul this week to visit family, see friends, and of course dig up some more goodies for your listening pleasure down in An Sibin. So for the…

CWS 3rd Annual Concert for Refugees

CWS 3rd Annual Concert for Refugees:
We are All America, Let’s Celebrate our Unity and Acceptance
Please join us for the 3rd Annual Concert for Refugees, in partnership with the Lancaster County Community Foundation, Tellus360, Music for Everyone, and local musician and…

The Public Records 12/28/17

The New Year is just about here! Almost time for 2018 and all the excitement of new promise....so we figured that a prototypal album would be a great way ring it all in.

This week The Public Records is proud to…

The Public Records 12/21/17

Well we've made it. The holidays are upon us and for the last few weeks we have been exploring the sacred music of the Christian world. We looked at the Eastern and Western Europe and the Orthodox and Catholic worlds…

The Public Records 12/14/17

We are rolling right along. We've hit the Byzantine Greek influenced east of Europe to Catholic Latin inspired west and listened to their chants of yore. Now it is time to move from the old world to the new and…

The Public Records Mix #2: “Help for the Holidays”

Every 2-3 weeks DJ Maxx will be putting together a custom mix using The Public Records collection in An Sibin for your listening pleasure! The Current mix will be up on our website and all mixes will be free to…

The Public Records 12/7/17

Last week, we took a little trip to the eastern half of the Roman empire and the religious music of Byzantium. This week we will take a dip into what the Latin half of that entity did and how they…

The Public Records 11/30/17

Uh oh...it is that time of year again. Psyche! It's not an uh oh at all, but 'tis the season and to celebrate The Public Records has decided to bring to you an album of different sacred music from around…

The Public Records 11/22/17

It's that day again. Time for family and football. Fights and frustrations. And most importanly...food! You guessed it – Thanksgiving! Whatever your view of the holiday is, it is always good to take some time off, enjoy the finer things…

An Interview with Seth Glier

If you’ve never heard of Seth Glier (pronounced Gleer), you’re not alone. Although, you may find, as I did from my recent conversation with him, that he’ll probably remind you of someone you know.

Seth was en route from Oklahoma to…

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