Small Room Collective is a mobile mercantile & gallery space built in a gutted, hand-reconstructed 1963 Airstream Globetrotter, affectionately known as Bob Mapplethorpe, functioning as a gallery-shop-by-day and a studio-home-by-night. We feature art, pressed vinyl, apparel and small goods from independent makers and shakers as well as vintage clothing gathered on our travels across the U.S—connecting 60+ indie makers, shakers & artists since setting sail at SXSW in 2013.


Our mail goes to Austin, TX, but we are through and through explorers, spending most our days on the road. Our initiative is to connect with the cities we travel through, the venues and movements we are greeted with, and the people we get to meet. Learn more → 

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May 25, 2015

Painted Shut by Hop Along Not for the faint of heart, but what worth listening to is? Okay, we like our Delilah as much as the next guy, but there is just nothing like something that will shake your socks off. Frances Quinlan's volatile, voice-cracking plea gets the blood flowing. Her textured yowl lines up with the likes of Waxahatchee's Katie Crutchfield and Land Of Talk's Elizabeth Powell. It serves as a constantly varying sift, deploying polarized emotion from one word to the next, and is sublimely centered again and again by the interaction with the Philadelphia four-piece's patiently building song structures. These guys will be playing in a few weeks at Dogfish Head's Analog-A-Go-Go, June 11-13, along with Built... Continue Reading →


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