Do you ship records internationally? I’m trying to order records from (insert country here) and I can’t checkout.
Absolutely. However, there’s no way for us to automatically calculate international shipping at checkout—we’re nowhere near that level of professionalism—so if you write us, telling us which titles you’d like and the country to send them to, we’ll get you a total price.
I live in New Zealand/Australia. I want to purchase Spacecase titles, but I don’t want to pay the shipping.
Lucky you; we love New Zealand and Australia. Our Kiwi friend Andrew Tolley at Perpetrator Records imports our titles and you can likely get a much nicer price from him. Email him at this address: email@example.com
What does shipping a record to Europe, Oceania, Siberia and/or a ticket booth at the Finland Station cost?
Unfortunately, a small fortune. Right now (3/31/2019) it’s $24 USD to get a record to Europe. That’s likely to change at any time and shipping prices only go one way: up. (Again, write us and we’ll get you a price.)
Will you put our record out?
Do you remember that scene in Apocalypse Now where Martin Sheen finally meets up with Marlon Brando? The horror. When I think of running a record label in the midst of economic stagnation/decline—of both the global economy and the record industry—I think of that scene. Anyhow, we’ll gladly listen to just about anything, but we’re severely underfunded and typically overbooked.
I’m a record store and I’d like to get Spacecase product. Do you wholesale to stores?
Yes. Our product is also distributed by Revolver USA and as mentioned earlier, Perpetrator in New Zealand.
My records haven’t arrived yet and I ordered them…
75% of orders go out next business day. Over the years, we’ve had one package go missing and two or three experience severe delays—it’s rare. Typically, it happens on international orders where packages get caught up in customs. If it’s been a while, email us. You should receive a tracking number if your order domestically.
Where else can I get Spacecase product?
Our records are usually found at the following stores/mail orders: Goner Records (Memphis), In the Red (Los Angeles), Midhaven (SF), 12XU (Austin), Perpetrator (New Zealand), Repressed Records (Sydney), Florida’s Dying (Orlando), etc.
I’m thinking about pulling the straight 6 out of my ’57 Chevy 3100 and installing a Chevy Small Block. Would you recommend going with a 327 or 350?
If you can find a 327 bored 30 over or less, I’d go with the 327. However, if you’re going to run air conditioning in the truck, the old 327 heads don’t have accessory bolt holes if I’m not mistaken, so that’s something to think about.