Owner of Newtown Book & Record Exchange Gets Vinyl Treatment for Her Musical Project

Image via Dirty Dollhouse.
Mitchell's two most recent releases are now available on vinyl.

Dirty Dollhouse, the retro-pop project of Bucks County’s Chelsea Mitchell, will see two of its albums reissued as a combined release on vinyl, writes John Vettese for WXPN.

Mitchell is a singer, songwriter, and record store proprietor. While her band took a break from recording once she acquired Newtown Book and Record Exchange, they have remained active on stage.

Most recently, they opened for Bowen Young at World Cafe Live in April. Prior to that, they performed at Ardmore Music Hall in March to help fundraise for the medical bills for local promoter Derek Dorsey.

This week brought the news that the band’s two most recent releases are being picked up by the North American reissue label Renaissance Records. The albums in question are “Queen Coyote”, which was released in 2018, and “Vinyl Child”, released in 2017.

Renaissance Records resurfaces vinyl and CD editions of classics over the years. Artists whose albums the label has published include Pentangle, Claire Hamill, Split Enz, and many more.

Read more about Dirty Dollhouse at WXPN.


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