New Releases: Our Record Store Day 2017 Picks

Record Store Day returns this April, celebrating 10 years of supporting the indie record store! On the 22nd of this month, get ready to hit the queues early and rush to grab some highly-exciting and exclusive, limited releases

So, to break things down for you, we’ve put together a list of releases that we’re particularly excited about, and think you might be too! Take a look below…

Drive-By Truckers – Live in Studio

Dolly Parton – Puppy Love

Elbow – August & September

Various Artists: Like Nashville in Naija – Nigeria’s Romance with Country Music

Fat Freddy’s Drop – Hope

Emmylou Harris – Studio Albums 1975

Midlake – Bamnan & Slivercork

Townes Van Zandt – Live At Austin City Limits

The Lumineers – Seeds 1: Angela and Long Way From Home

Shirley Collins – Shirley Sings Irish

Bert Jansch – The Black Swan

The Felice Brothers – Tonight At The Arizona

Hayseed Dixie – Free Your Mind And Your Grass Will Follow

Iron and Wine – Archives Series Vol 3

Robert Johnson – The Centennial Collection

Jason Isbell – Live From Welcome to 1979

Stevie Nicks – Rarities 12″

Bonnie Prince Billy and Nathan Salsburg – Beargrass Song

Kathryn Williams – Little Black Numbers

Johnny Cash – The Johnny Cash Children’s Album

The War on Drugs – Thinking Of A Place

Laura Marling – Live From York Minster

Various Artists: Oxfam Presents – Stand As One: Live At Glastonbury 2016

British Sea Power – Bad Bohemian / Keep On Trying

Anna Calvi – Live At Meltdown

You can also download a PDF containing the full list of releases, HERE
And search on the full list of participating record stores, HERE

In addition, we recommend you check that your local shop is going to stock a particular item as not all shops will be able to carry all 400+ releases. Also be aware that even if your RSD store is stocking the release they are not allowed to reserve it for you as all RSD releases are strictly first come first served on the day!

See you in the queue!


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