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|Open Date:||3 March 2006|
|Address:||115 S. Walnut Ave.|
|Owner(s):||Jason Nickey, Heath Byers|
|Hours:||Mon-Sat: 11:00-8:00, Sun: Noon-5|
Landlocked is a locally owned record store on South Walnut Avenue in downtown Bloomington. It was opened on March 3rd, 2006 at 314 South Washington. The following week featured an opening party with the The Impossible Shapes. The store has an extensive vinyl selection as well as new/used CDs.
Landlocked Music closed their old location at 314 S. Washington at the end of June, 2008 and re-opened at 202 N. Walnut Ave on July 8, 2008. Bloomington Transit bought their former building with plans on building the new city bus terminal at the location. They moved to 115 S. Walnut in January, 2019.
Landlocked has hosted instore music events from Bonnie Prince Billy, Lou Barlow, Death Vessel, Maps & Atlases, Tune-Yards, Charalambides, Sunburned Hand of Man, Vetiver, Rogue Wave, Drakkar Sauna, Pumice, Ladyhawk, Brightblack Morning Light, My Brightest Diamond, Psychic Ills, Indian Jewelry, Casiotone for the Painfully Alone, Lichens, Richard Swift, David Vandervelde, Besnard Lakes, Sunburned Hand of Man, Elephant Micah, Tanakh, Daniel Higgs.
On Record Store Day 2009, Bloomington Mayor Mark Kruzan performed an all-vinyl DJ set at Landlocked.