Adelaide stalwart Mr V is open from 10am, with new and secondhand vinyl, Record Store day releases, CDs and DVDs. Plus local bands from noon including Don Morrison, Frets Patrick, Lead Worm, David Robinson, Cowboys of Love, The Idea of Light, Davy T and El Jay. Every band will play at least one Chuck Berry song in tribute to the late great rock’n’roll legend. It’s going to be rather large.
The Beatbox, Christies Beach, is having a huge sale on vinyl, turntables and accessories.
20% off everything!
Trials will be signing at 12 noon to 1pm.
Arts/crafts/apparel/music/a little bit of everything store Clinic 116 will be hosting Trials (one half of Record Store Day ambassadors A.B. Original) for the signing of their exclusive release, whilst Briggs signs at Northside Records in Melbourne.
The loveliest independent, family retailer for all things books and music is celebrating Record Store Day by offering deals and live music.
10% off all full priced vinyl. 50% off Crosley turntables. Plus live music from Tommy, from 2-4pm.
Opening at 8am.
The Muses may be hosting one of the biggest, most comprehensive celebrations of RSD in the universe… kicking off at 9am with coffee and breakfast.
➡ Exclusive, coloured, special edition and deluxe RSD titles from the likes of Bowie, Prince, Toto, The Who, Lou Reed, Motorhead, Ben Folds, The Flaming Lips… the list goes on
➡ Oodles o’ new & second hand wax
➡ Turntables and accessories for sale on the day – fantastic prices (Audio-technica, Crosley and Vinyl Styl and more!)
➡ Sausage sizzle to fuel your rabid record store antics
➡ Live music in the backyard 11am – 2pm
➡ Door prizes, giveaways, lucky dip
➡ Eats & drinks including the BEST coffee in the world courtesy of Espresso Royale
FOR THE KIDS:
➡ Face painting
➡ Rock’n’roll colouring in sheets
➡ Treasure hunt
➡ Hang out in the back garden, play in the cubby house while mum and dad enjoy the tunes
With a gorgeous community atmosphere, this is more than just a day to celebrate records; celebrate life at The Muses.
If you fancy your luck and love four decades worth of music, Rerun Records in the centre of Adelaide are raffling off a whole crate of handpicked second-hand LPs from the 60s-90s.
Rerun will also be stocking a number of RSD exclusives.
The shop also specialises in a photographic history of Adelaide, and vintage cameras. If you love a bit of nostalgia, don’t forget to check it out.
Clarity Records is going big this year for Record Store Day. 24-hours-long big.
Claiming to have one of the country’s largest range of Record Store Day exclusive releases, as well as a Clarity/Record Store Day limited tee, and vegan cupcakes (!!), this is always a store that puts on a good day.
Keep an eye out on their social media pages for more news leading up to the day, Clarity are really on board with celebrations this year and there’s no excuse to miss a 24-hour party!
Trials, one half of Record Store Day ambassadors A.B.Original, is at Clinic 116 for a signing on Record Store Day. Time to be advised.
A.B. Original is the collaboration between Briggs (Album of the Year recipient at the National Indigenous Music Awards 2015) and Trials, ARIA Award winning producer for Drapht, Illy, Hilltop Hoods, Seth Sentry and The Funkoars among others.A.B. Original was born when the two artists were invited to perform at triple j’s 40 year celebration, Beat The Drum, in January 2015. They produced a short but powerful set which also included the special performance of ‘The Hunt’, a collaboration with Gurrummul performed earlier on triple j’s live at the wireless.
They write songs in the spirit of N.W.A and West Side Connection, while lyrically bringing attention to issues closer to home. Respectively coming from the Yorta Yorta and Ngarrindjeri tribes, Briggs and Trials are socially conscious outspoken Indigenous artists. They bring a new voice to Australian hip hop as A.B. Original.
Their debut album ‘Reclaim Australia’ recently won the 2017 Australian Music Prize and is available for Record Store Day on red, black and yellow vinyl, representing the colours of the indigenous flag