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Record Store Day 2017

ūüď∑¬† by Matt Whitby Thanks to everybody that came down yesterday to support us on Record Store Day, especially those hardy souls in the queue at 5am. Great DJ sets from Tom, Andrew, Micky, Roy & Leighton, Greg, Dean, and Paul and a beaut of a live set from Rocket Ship TV Here's Rocket Ship TV playing Always On Your Side from their afternoon set (thanks to Fran for the video - particularly enjoyable shot of my back as I try to fix a drooping mic stand) Here's some more photos from Matt, you can see his website here

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RSD 17 Stock List

Here's our stock list for Saturday.  Some things we have 1 of, some we have a lot of.  I'm sure you can appreciate how busy this day is for us, so unfortunately we won't be able to answer every question about stock levels (especially at 8.05am on Saturday!).  If there's an item you really really want, come down early, join the queue, you'll meet some friendly people and have a good time. Promise. You can download the stock list here > RSD 2017 STOCK LIST Remember, we open at 8am and close at 6pm.  DJs will be here all day, and Rocket Ship TV will be playing live at 4pm, and you'll be able to purchase their debut LP.

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How It Goes Down

Record Store Day is fast approaching, only a few days to go now. With that in mind, and as a few people have been asking, we thought we should get all the info together about the day for those who haven't been before. There's a few rules in place, from the organisers of RSD, which every shop has to adhere to, and they are: First come, first served (no holding or reserving records is allowed) 1 of each item per person (but as many different records as you like) We'll be opening at 8am (closing at 6pm). The first 10 people in the queue will get their lists taken before we open and we'll get those bagged up ready. They need...

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This Week's New Releases (7th April)

Album of the week is the third from Father John Misty (recipient of the prestigious South Album Of The Year award 2015) Synth pop Peter Bretter's (that's a Forgetting Sarah Marshall reference, captured the zeitgeist with this one right??) Future Islands are back with their new one, very good it is too. Venezuelan electronic producer, and Bjork collaborator, Arca releases his third, this time on XL Recordings. Joey Badass gets back to making music, after his acting holiday in Mr Robot, and follows up his brilliant golden-age referencing debut from a couple of years back, with a more politically focussed record. Gonjasufi's new one is a collection of remixes, covers and original music and features Massive Attack's Daddy G, Portishead's...

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