Attention lovers of moto jackets, faded plaids, wingtip oxfords, battered Levi's, and tissue-thin band T-shirts: Tyranny and Mutation, the vintage store within the vintage store in Fremont is no more.

From XY by Laura Cassidy and photographer Fiona Pepe, featuring items from Tyranny and Mutation

Attention lovers of moto jackets, faded plaids, wingtip oxfords, battered Levi's, and tissue-thin band T-shirts: Tyranny and Mutation, the collection behind the former store, will henceforth (or at least for now) be a traveling circus kind of thing.

Catch it this weekend at Easy Street Records in West Seattle, when Rick Moe sets up inside the shop for this year's Record Store Day from the very un-rock and roll hour of 8 until 4 on Saturday, April 19.

Every day this city grows a brand new vintage seller, but Moe's the real deal. He's got a look, and he only does that look, and he does it very, very well. Go say hi.

 

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