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Record Store Day 2019

Record Store Day In Saturday April 13 2019

by Announcement on April 6, 2019

in News,Noise Pro

This 13 April, Record Stores across the country will celebrate the 12th Record Store Day with lots of special in-store activity, special releases, in-store appearances, parties, DJs spinning vinyl, treasure hunts, parties, barbecues, coffee carts, face painting and some stores partying into the night.

This annual event reiterates the importance of the traditional music outlet as one of the major avenues for the public to discover the many genres of music releases each year, with around 50,000 music lovers visiting their favourite store to take part in the day.

It is about celebrating your local Indie Record Store and its place in the world of music. There are so many artists making music that never gets radio play. The local indie store helps spread the word, they play that music instore, the bands play live in-store, they stock the CDs and vinyl and Limited Edition pressings of records are available from major labels through to the bands organising it themselves.

Information about what is happening in each store is regularly added to the Australian website and social media. Record Store Day Ambassadors Russell Morris; Dave Faulkner; Hockey Dad are all available for interviews.

Some of the Australian Limited Editions on Vinyl are:

Midnight Oil
Pleasure Island Live
Hockey Dad
Dreamin
Broderick Smith
Suitcase
Bob Evans
Suburban Songbook
Johnny Diesel & The Injectors
Johnny Diesel & The Injectors
The Loved Ones
Magic Box
The Reels
The Reels
Courtney Barnett
Everybody Here Hates you
Tash Sultana
Flow State

Other Limited Edition Releases include:

Captain Beefheart
Trout Mask Replica
Complete Radio Series
The Mighty Boosh
Mar Ronson ft Miley Cyrus
Nothing Breaks Like a Heart
Live in Las Vegas 1969
Elvis Presley
Prefab Sprout
Steve McQueen Acoustic
Aretha Franklin
The Atlantic Singles Collection 1967
Breakbot
Another You

Plus many more from artists as diverse as Bowie, Boy George and Culture Club, Chic, Crosby Stills Nash and Young, Desmond Dekker, Janis Joplin, Pink Floyd, Prince (cassette) Dylan, Billy Joel, Stones, thin Lizzy and… the list goes on.

Some of the days in-store activities include:
Melbourne Cookin’ on 3 Burners: Greville Records 11am;
Rocksteady Melbourne City 1pm
Record Paradise 3pm;
Northside Records Fitzroy 3pm
Greville Street Records – Live Music from 11am to 6pm
Record Paradise, Brunswick – Bob Evans
Greville Records – Dave Graney
Byron Bay Howl and Moan – Soul Movers
Sydney RPM Records Marrickville – Stuart Coupe and Glenn A Baker
Perth Rubarb Records Perth – Live Music Moana, MYTHS and Tanaya Harper
Gold Coast Atlantis Music – Live DJ – AJ from Gold FM and Sea FM Radio will be spinning the wax from 7am till 11am – Remy BocalatteIsla Grande; For The Animals; Missy and the Bad Reputations
Brisbane Rockaway – Music all afternoon Remy Bocalatte (Spring Skier Sonic Sherper – Halfway, Tape/Off, Dumb Things and Gooby Jim & The Goobs.

Stores that have registered to take part in the day with special in-store activities

VICTORIA
24Hundred – Richmond – Vic
Alley Tunes – Hawthorn
ALT-CVLT – Frankston
Audiophile Reference Recordings – Cheltenham
Basement Discs – Melbourne
Black Swan Records – Ballarat
Blue Note College of Music – Frankston
Bookgrove – Ocean Grove
Captain Stomp Records – Ferntree Gully
Discography Records – Preston
Discrepancy Records – Mont Albert North
Dixons Records – Fitzroy
Dixons Records- Blackburn – Blackburn
Dutch Vinyl Record Store – Abbotsford
Family Videoland – Castlemaine
Gifts For The Geek – Geelong
Goldmine Records – Fitzroy North
Goldmine Records – Carlton North
Greville Records – Prahran
Happy Valley – Collingwood
Heartland Records – Melbourne
High on Vinyl – Victoria
Holy Vinyl – Malvern
JT Vinyl – Stawell
Licorice Pie Records – Prahran
Lost and Found Market – Fitzroy
JJ’s Vinyl & Vinylrules Music – Mordialloc
Mr Dykes – Mudgee
Multisonics – Thornbury
Off The Hip – Melbourne
Oh Jean! Records – Fitzroy
Noise Pollution Records Northbridge
Northside Records – Fitzroy
Plug Seven Records – Fitzroy
Poison City Records – Fitzroy
Polyester Records – Fitzroy
Prehistoric Sounds Geelong – Newcomb Vic
Profile Music – Prahran
Quality Records + – Melbourne
Radical Records – Dandenong
Rare Records – Melbourne
Rathdowne Records – Carlton
Readers Companion – Armidale
Readings Books Music Film – Carlton
Readings Hawthorn – Hawthorn
Readings St Kilda – St Kilda
Real Music Vinyl & Cd’s – Geelong
Record Low – Castlemaine
Record Paradise – Brunswick
Reload Records – Rosebud
Rocksteady Records – Melbourne
Round Again – Coburg North
Round and Round Records – Brunswick
Skydiver – Collingwood
Stereophonic – Carlton North
Strangeworld records – Fitzroy North
The Searchers – Fitzroy
Thornbury Records – Northcote
Urban World Australia – Dandenong South
Vicious Sloth Collectables – Malvern
Vinyl Revival – Brunswick
Vinyl Space – Collingwood
Vinylrules Music – Mordialloc
Wah Wah Records – Melbourne
Wax Museum Records – Melbourne
White Rabbit Record Bar – Melbourne
Ace Antiques – North Melbourne
Union Heights – Windsor – Vic

NEW SOUTH WALES
567 King – Newtown
ABICUS – Newcastle
Backbeat Records – Nambour
Beatdisc Records – Parramatta
Birdland Records – Sydney
Black Pug Records – Adamstown – NSW
Canberra Vintage & Collectible Centre – Fyshwick
Cottonmouth Records – Sydney
Dynomite Records – Kambah ACT
E Degrees – Coffs Harbour
Egg Records – Sydney
Famous Rock Shop – Newcastle
Fish Fine Music – Sydney
Franks Wild Years – Thirroul NSW
Desire Books & Records – Manly
Duratone HiFi – Canberra
Red Eye Records – Sydney
Harbour Bookshop – Ulladulla – NSW
Hat Hill Gallery – Blackheath – NSW
Howl & Moan Records – Byron Bay
Hum On King – Newtown
Just Funkin Music, Coffee and Books – Ballina
Landspeed Records Canberra
Johnny The Fox Records – Kiama – NSW
Pacific Records – Mona Vale
Network Connection Records – Sydney
Miranda Hi-Fi – Canberra
Mojo Record Bar – Sydney
Music Bizarre – Lismore
Music Farmers – Wollongong
Odditorium – Newcastle
Penny Whistlers – Kiama
Prehistoric Sounds Warrnambool – Warrnambool
Radio Free Alice – Darlinghurst
Record Exchange – Brisbane
Repressed Records – Newtown
Resist Records – Marrickville
Richmond Record – Sydney
Roots Records Bellingen
RPM – Records Posters Memorabilia – Marrickville
Sandys Music – Dee Why
Sauce Records – Jannali – NSW
Something Else Records – Newtown
Songland Records – Weston Creek, Canberra
The Recordstore – Darlinghurst
TITLE Barangaroo – Barangaroo NSW
TITLE Record Store – Surry Hills
The Velvet Fog – Katoomba, NSW
The Vintage Record – Annandale
TSG Glen Innes – Glen Innes NSW
Utopia Records – Sydney
Audio Junction – Hamilton – Newcastle
Valiant Music – Brunswick Heads – NSW
Sound Exchange – Long Jetty NSW
Sounds Espresso – Marrickville
St Mary Sound Centre – St Marys
Sugar Sounds – Bega
Sydney Hi Fi – Mona Vale
The Edwards Shop – Newcastle West
The Mosh Pit – Cardiff NSW

SOUTH AUSTRALIA
Clarity Records – Adelaide
clinic116 – Adelaide
Goodwax – New & Used Records – Adelaide
Lou’s Shack – Vintage and Vinyl – Aldinga – SA
Memory Lane Antiques and Collectables – Robe SA
Mr V Music – Semaphore SA
Music Mooves & Movies – Port Pirie – SA
Noddys Curios – Adelaide
Paradise Loft Records – Adelaide
Streetlight Music-Film-Books – Adelaide
The Beetbox – Adelaide
Wolfie’s Records – Parkside – Albany – SA
Vital Solutions Music – Torrensville – SA
Underground Records – Prospect – SA
Vinyl Squeeze – Adelaide

QUEENSLAND
Beatniks – Broadbeach
Atlantis Music – Southport
Boonah Toys Music & More – Boonah – Qld
Bunker Records – Toowoomba
Butter Beats Gold Coast – Southport
Jet Black Cat Music – West End – Qld
Living Sound & Vision – Fortitude Valley
Relove Oxley – Oxley – Qld
Rockaway Records – Brisbane
Rocking Horse Records – Brisbane
Sonic Sherpa – City: Brisbane
Tym Guitars – Fortitude Valley
Wax Buildup – Maroochydore – Qld
Millennium Comics & Collectables – Berkserker Qld
LP Records – Qld
Phase 4 – Fortitude Valley
TSurfside Wax – Woorim – Qld
he Audio Tailor – Camp Hill Qld

WESTERN AUSTRALIA
Counterweight Vinyl and Espresso – Footscray
Country to City Junktiques – Brendale
Dada Records – Perth
Diabolik Books & Records – Mt Hawthorn WA
Sound One – Yokine WA
Soundwaves Music and More – Margaret River
The Record Finder – Fremantle
Urban Records – Perth
West Coast Hi-Fi – Midland WA
What’s That Stuff – Augusta WA
The Black Wreath – Alice Springs
Douglas Hifi – Perth
Highgate Continental – Perth
Junction Records – Fremantle
Midland Records – Midland WA
Mills Records Fremantle – Fremantle
Rhubarb Records – East Victoria Park – Perth
Rhubarb Records – Leederville WA
Safari’s Record Shack – Northbridge – Perth
Rerun Records & Photography – Adelaide
Rocktherapy Records – Daw Park SA
Replay Records – Perth
So Last Century – Perth

TASMANIA
Avenue Records – Launceston
CD Centre – Launceston
Collectors Corner – Burnie
Tommy Gunn Records – Hobart
The Emporium – Sheffield TAS

Website: www.recordstoreday.com.au
Facebook: www.facebook.com/RecordStoreDayAustralia
Twitter: twitter.com/RSDAustralia
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