Win P7 headphones through the LCD Soundsystem immersive retrospective at Rough Trade NY

LCD Sound System at Rough Trade

LCD Soundsystem’s epic 5-LP vinyl edition of The Long Goodbye: LCD Soundsystem Live At Madison Square Garden sold out on Record Store Day.

But you can go here to share your favorite LCD Soundsystem memories, and have the chance to win The Long Goodbye vinyl box set and Bowers & Wilkins P7 headphones.

Fans can submit their favorite photos, videos, memories of LCD and upload into a fan gallery.   Gallery images will be pulled into the Rough Trade exhibit in the “shrine” area.

LCD Soundsystem: The Long Goodbye is an interactive exhibition that will immerse attendees in the sounds, sights and emotions of the band’s historic April 2, 2011 farewell, an epic near 4-hour tour de force hailed by New York magazine as “a marvel of pure craft” and Rolling Stone as a “staggeringly great night.”

LCD Soundsystem: The Long Goodbye will come alive in multiple dimensions via exclusive video, advance pressings of the album’s five vinyl LPs laid out on five turntables, and a massive assortment of 4″ x 6″ prints of images by longtime LCD photographer Ruvan Wijesooriya, many never before been seen–and all available for the taking and replenished weekly.

All told, LCD Soundsystem: The Long Goodbye will provide the most vivid recreation imaginable of that once in a lifetime performance–a priceless experience for those who were unable to attend the instantly sold out MSG show immortalized in the Shut Up and Play The Hits documentary and the aforementioned upcoming live album, as well as for attendees wanting a unique multi-sensory trip through those memories.

The LCD Soundsystem: The Long Goodbye exhibit will run April 7 through May 7 and will be open until 11pm nightly.

2 Comments

  • Zby says:

    Hi – the link for placing memories related to LCD Soundsystem does not work – could you please correct it?

  • Ken Ronning says:

    I didn’t make the show but winning these might just be like being there! kr

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