AQUARIUS RECORDS                        1055 Valencia Street
****************                        San Francisco
                                        CA 94110


                                        tel 415.647.2272
                                        fax 415.647.3447

Welcome! Founded in 1970, Aquarius is the oldest independent record store in San
Francisco. We try to only carry music we love, and we're always searching for more new,
cool, weird and wonderful music. All of which we then share with you, our loyal
customers! Here you can read a little bit about our history, peruse catalogs of records
we carry, see photos of customers, and look at the latest New Arrivals list. The latter
being the first thing we'd suggest you do! If you'd like us to email this list to you
every two weeks, by all means subscribe on our front page. And if you don't see what
you want in our catalogs, please email the mailorder department because there's a good
chance we may already have it or can order it for you.

Aquarius Records specializes in many genres... indierock, punk, metal (black, doom,
sludge and all things in between), reggae, sixties psych, seventies proto-metal,
international music, experimental electronic music, hip hop, field recordings, found
sounds, country and bluegrass and avant garde music of all types. Don't forget to read
about our unanimous hands-down favorite records from the past 15 years or so, and
here's a handy link to the biweekly column we used to write for the San Francisco Bay
Guardian. More pictures of the staff can be found on the staff page.

And, you can still have a peek at the Aquarius Records film series made a few years
back by AQ pal Daniel Robin. A good chance for all you folks who don't get to visit in
person to see all your (old) favorite AQ staffers in action!. Now you can feel like
you're here. The films are meant to be a slice of life at our store and our rapidly
changing neighborhood, capturing the mood and daily rhythms of the Mission. Check it
out and please let us know what you think!
[From:] oct.12, 2015