When the Beastie Boys stopped in town a couple weekends ago, Adam Horowitz's top priorities were laundry and vinyl. With two accomplices and a backpack full of dirty clothes, the MC walked into St. Paul's cozy Root Cellar Records and began perusing the stacks of LPs with the dazed concentration of a mad professor. Store manager Jim Francis recalls Ad-Rock eventually leaving the store with a pile of Moog music and jazz fusion thick enough to knock Herbie Hancock on his can. Horowitz's prize find? A rare funk record with a cut... More >>>