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Record Store Day

19 Apr

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This Saturday April 21st, be sure to support your local record store for Record Store Day! Here’s just some of what’s on offer.

 

78 Records Logo

78 Records – Perth
Located on Murray Street, 78 Records has got big plans for Record Store Day. You’ll find a huge range of secondhand records at 50% off, as well as a bunch of CDs. A $100 gift voucher will also up for grabs! Check out more on their website.

 

DDiabolik Logoiabolik – Mt Hawthorn
Diabolik Books & Records have got a huge selection of RSD titles this year. They’ll also be offering 10% off records (except RSD releases), turntables and music accessories! For more info, head to their website here.

 

Highgate Continetal LogoHighgate Continental – Highgate
For this year’s Record Store Day, Highgate Continental are here to satisfy all your musical and food needs. They’ll have a selection of exclusive RSD titles as well as plenty of pre-loved records. Check out their new-and-improved Highgate Conti Roll or have a few beers supplied by Man Liquor and Beerfarm. Plus, any purchase on the day will get you in the running to win a $150 gift voucher! Head to their website for more info.

 

MMidland Records Logoidland Records – Midland
Midland Records is expecting a bumper haul of titles this Record Store Day! For more info, head to their website.

 

Noise Pollution Records

Noise Pollution – Northbridge
Be sure to visit Noise Pollution Records this year and check out their selection of limited edition titles for Record Store Day! Find out more on their Facebook page here.

 

logoRhubarb Records – East Vic Park & Leederville
Between both the Vinyl Café in Leederville and their East Vic Park store, Rhubarb Records is prepared for a huge Record Store Day with hundreds of RSD titles on offer. If you’re one of the first fifty or so people down at East Vic Park, you could grab a bag full of free goodies! If that’s not enough, Rhubarb Records is throwing a free RSD afterparty at Nowhereman Brewing in West Leederville with The Psychotic Reactions and Black Stone from The Sun playing. For more information head to their website. You can also read our interview with Rhubarb Records’ owner, Dylan Sainsbury, here.

 

Urban-Records     Urban Records – Leederville
For this year’s Record Store Day, be sure to check out Urban Records’ impressive range of vinyl. You’ll be sure to pick up some great deals and discounts! Find out more on their website here.

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WAM is supported by the State Government through the Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries and Lottery West, and is assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body.