How to Celebrate Record Store Day in Manchester

by Yasmin Duggal / Photo: Vintage Vinyl Records, Apr 16, 2018

On Saturday 21st April, Record Store Day hits Manchester's independent vinyl retailers

Every vinyl collector's favourite day is just around the corner, and we're giving you the low down on where to go this RSD and what's happening around the city. Manchester artists Noel Gallagher, Courteeners, Warsaw and The Waterfront have all released limited edition vinyls for 2018's celebrations.

With over 200 stores participating in the UK this year, check out how you can make the most of RSD 2018 in Manchester... 

Piccadilly Records, 53 Oldham Street

The legendary store this year teams up with Common and celebrates international Record Store Day with live bands from 5pm, including Franic Lung, The Foetals and Secret Admirer, before Pins takes to the decks, followed by a special Piccadilly Records DJ Set. Free entry and lots more fun to be announced.

Vinyl Revival, 5 Hilton Street 

This will be Vinyl Revival's fourth year taking part in Record Store Day, and they plan to stock around 150 of the releases this Saturday. Check their website for a list of available records.  

Eastern Bloc Records, 5A Stevenson Square 

Once again, Eastern Bloc are getting fully involved with RSD, focusing on hand picking the best records from regular distributors and stocking key official RSD titles. DJs are planned from 9am till 2am, so get on your dancing shoes for 17 hours of everything from funk to afro to techno to jungle to hip hop. Free entry all day.

LINE UP:

Darryl Marsden
Mark Turner
Gary Sloan
DJ Cutterz
Hidden Spheres
Andrea Trout
Karl Roscoe
SNODamo 
B
Alga-Rhythms
Tom Houghton
Space Afrika

Tasty Records, 25 Regent Road, Altrincham

This year is big for Tasty Records (formerly SODA) as they moved to new premises where they are focusing entirely on vinyl sales. Expect a big opening day on 21st, as RSD marks the birth of the new store. 

Cottonopolis, 16 Newton Street

Cottonopolis are offering a face-off between two massive record labels. Edinburgh’s Athens Of The North and Brighton-based Mr Bongo Records will go head to head, on top of almost 12 hours of music, plus plenty of records up for sale. 

Soup Kitchen, 31-33 Spear Street 

Soup Kitchen are bringing some of the North's finest talent to the basement to mark Record Store Day. They urge you 'to grab your limited press of choice and then head over to Soup Kitchen to catch who we believe are some of the most exciting artists the region has to offer!' £4 advance / £5 on the door.

LINE UP:

VulgariansInland
TaipanPossum 
Mutabase - Electroshock
I'm6 - infant alt rock 
Strange Friends - Noisey loser rock 

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