Downtown staple, The Record Exchange, relaunched its Web site today, after a major overhaul intended to widely expand its scope and usability.
The online store is now bifurcated into two sections; one for physical media, and another for DRM free digital downloads. Other new or expanded features include calendars for in-store appearances as well as the rest of the Treasure Valley, employee picks, audio and video and blog rolls intended to make the site as much an interactive entertainment portal as it is a place to purchase music.
"This Web site redesign was a long time coming. Much more than an online store, The Record Exchange Web site now reflects the evolution of the store, which has grown from a record shop into a pop-culture hub where music fans, musicians and artists come to interact and support Boise's only independent record store," said Record Exchange owner Michael Bunnel in a press release.