Philly Record Store Day fail

In Philly for the holidays, thought I'd check out Record Store Day offerings while here. My experiences:

(1) The place I used to go to on Record Store Day -- a shop called AKA Music -- is now permanently closed.

(2) Milkcrate Cafe & Records -- which used to be a pretty unassuming shop with a decent and varied selection -- is now apparently too hipster-ized to participate in record store day. Saleperson's quote when asked: "We don't participate because the releases aren't up to our standards." (meaning, I think, insufficient punk or obscure electronica). Flipped through the bins, literally nothing whatsoever of interest to me.

(3) Third stop: Beautiful World Syndicate. People raved about this place when I lived here and I checked it out a couple of times, but was always deeply unimpressed, both with the selection available and dismissive attitude of their (also hipster) staff. They also don't participate in Record Store Day, and the few minutes I spent browsing the used bins reinforced that I truly never need to go there again.

(4) Liquid Vinyl Underground: Closed on Black Friday.

(5) Bridgeset Sound: Did not participate in Record Store Day. Otherwise, a small but good selection (nothing I didn't already have, though) and a nice staff.

(6) Final stop: Repo Records. Not much there is to my personal taste, but they do have a high quality (if small) jazz selection. Picked up an original mono copy of Coltrane's Ole and a couple other things.
Isn't Record store day in April?
Anyway, the best shop is Philadelphia Record Exchange and had to move from 5th & South to Fishtown due to rent increase.
No, there's also a smaller RSD on Black Friday.
Oh, and I used to go to that Record Exchange, but never found much of any genre of interest to me...
Yeah,the online buzz on the Philadelphia Record exchange is good, unfortunately,that is the ONLY thing good about that place.If you like overpriced,dog eared.trashy records in a dimly lit cave,well,this is your place.
I don't mind a dump if the records are good...this place is a tomb.It's tough when you roll through a city you don't know and find a place like this that has good online reviews.