It's Record Store Day!

Come celebrate your local record stores

It's Record Store Day!

It's that time of year again, music lovers! Record Store Day is an international day celebrating the culture of locally owned record stores. So this Saturday, April 19th, come show your support for the record stores around Austin and grab some of the exclusive releases by your favorite artists!

To name a few, you can look forward to the vinyl remasters of MGMT's “Oracular Spectacular” and “Congratualations, a live album from Tame Impala, and a few new Flaming Lips releases. For the full list of Record Stored Day releases, click here.

List of participating Austin record stores:
End of the Ear
Friends of Sound
Exploded Records
Encore Records
Waterloo Records
Antone's Record Shop
Breakaway Records
Trailer Space Records
Out of the Past Collectibles

RVRB Records, opened by the folks who run Psych Fest, will also be participating, with some of the proceeds benefiting SXSW Cares.

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