They promise no queues! And around 6000 used vinyl records, with a massive clearance with some records as cheap at $2. Spend $50 and go into the drawa for a pair of Elac 50 speakers, worth $499. The draw will be at 3pm and you have to be in the store at the time to win. Also random giveaways with a ‘name the track’ competition. Free coffee all day from the takeaway next door. All kicking off at 9am.
The team at Songland Records, Weston Creek, are really doing something special this year for Record Store Day, and urge you to get involved (don’t worry, it’ll be fun).
The “home of the hard to find”, Songland are asking for donations of your unwanted (or willing-to-be-shared) CDs, records, cassettes and VHS tapes so they can be resold and the money donated directly to the local RSPCA shelter.
They’re also having a huge CD sale, with hundreds of titles $5 each.
Here’s a video of Frog and ambassador Albo having a chat about records.
From 10am on April 22nd, Garema Place’s landmark store is having a huge celebration for Record Store Day – making a tonne of sought-after vinyl available to the public.
There’ll be a sale of second-hand records and a heap of Record Store Day exclusive releases available.
One of Canberra’s most enduring music stores will be playing host to some great specials on Record Store Day. Local DJs will be spinning wax onto the street for everyone’s pleasure.
Specialising in classical LPs, in addition to rock, pop and jazz, there are over 70 000 titles to browse, as well as ample turntables and record accessories. Discounts will apply to all record stock, accessories, Project, Rega and Linn turntables, as well as Ortofon, Shure, Goldring and Rega cartridges and styluses.
Established in 1968, Duratone is still under original, passionate ownership, and the staff are there to help find the right thing for you on the big day; Beethoven, Mozart, Rachmaninoff, Puccini or a spiffy new player to spin them on.