Monthly Archives: April 2013

  • Record Store Day 2013

    Posted on 2013/04/19 by Mark

    Record Store Day

    Tomorrow, Saturday the 20th of April is Record Store Day 2013.

    Not only will we have FREE BISCUITS as in previous years but we'll also have FREE BADGES and GUEST DEEJAYS to edutain whilst you get your browz on.

    Yes indeed, we've a crack team of vinyl junkies assembled to (metaphorically) whistle while we work. Bob Stanley of Saint Etienne and music enthusiasm fame, will be kicking things off at 12 noon. He'll hand over to magnetic tape archeologist, Jonny Trunk of Trunk label fame, at 1pm. After that, around half two, we'll have former Rocker in Chief of the Times and general General of music journalism, Pete Paphides. He might be playing records exclusively sourced from our pound bin. Not sure. Next up on the Murphy Meteor (pictured below) is Liam Large of the Jukebox Jam night and record label. To finish things off, when the staff are on their last legs, we'll let one of them, Duke Murphy no less, play some of his own records.

    The Murphy Meteor

    Should be A GREAT DAY OF RECORD SHOPPPING.

    Oh, the EXCLUSIVE RELEASES? Yeah, we've got somes of those...

    Here's the full list of what we have received. We'll have all of it in our Essex Road shop and very much almost all of it in our Crouch End store, only missing the things we got a paltry 1 of (They're mostly pretty niche).

    10am opening.

    Without further ado.

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    This post was posted in Essex Road, Crouch End, Vinyl, Special Guests

  • RECORD STORE DAY - SAT 20th APRIL 2013

    Posted on 2013/04/18 by Mark

    Yes, it is Record Store Day Again. We will be stocking as many of the titles released exclusively to Independent Record Stores as possible. Doors will open at 10am sharp in both our stores. Customers will be served in strict order with no more than one copy of any item per person. Later in the day, we will have guest DJs playing live in the store, including Bob Stanley (St Etienne) , Johnny Trunk (Trunk Records), Pete Paphides (6 Music), Duke Murphy (Flashback) and Liam Large (Jukebox Jam).


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