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Record Store Day, Saturday 20 April 2024
The amazing Record Store Day returns this spring, and it’s going to be a lot of fun. Make sure to come along and join in. Click here for some tips on how to get the best out of Record Store Day. We’ve also got some tips on parking in Romsey for free.
Click here for a full list of RSD exclusive releases – there are well over 400 items exclusively available for the day, a wealth for music lovers of all descriptions.
We will open our doors at 8am. See you then!
The hottest pre-sale releases
Pre-sale of the week is 66 by Paul Weller, out on 24 May.
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Latest new releases
The first of 8 March’s treasures was recorded on The Rolling Stones’ 40th anniversary world tour, with the band performing at a packed Wiltern Theatre in LA, treating fans to a set heavy on rarities that feel right at home in such an intimate setting. On a Golden Shore presents a set of disparate songs from The Hanging Stars filled with fleeting moments of blissful excess and stumbling, rushing flutters of sound; it’s an infectious, compelling cosmic heartbreak boogie. Recorded raw and unflinchingly with folk-punk legend Frank Turner in the producer’s seat, Build Something Better is a return to blistering protest form for Grace Petrie, Britain’s most relevant political songwriter; it’s a record for everyone whose broken heart beats for, and whose boots stomp in time with, the hope of a brighter tomorrow. After a phenomenal 18-month period during which they released two critically acclaimed studio albums and became one of the most talked-about bands in Britain, Dry Cleaning reissue their first two EPs, Boundary Road Snacks and Drinks / Sweet Princess, which share a similar pent-up energy. Between 1988 and 1991, Pixies recorded six sessions for the BBC – five for John Peel and one for Mark Goodier – which caught the raw energy of the band’s live performances and felt immediately noteworthy, timestamping a moment when the band were motoring out front.
Our release of the week is The Collective, the second solo album from musician and visual artist Kim Gordon. The new album was recorded in Gordon’s native Los Angeles and features producer Justin Raisin’s damaged, blown-out dub and trap constructions playing the foil to Gordon’s intuitive word collages and hooky mantras, conjuring communication, commercial sublimation and sensory overload.
Click on a release for more details and to pre-order a copy.
- Kim Gordon
- The Collective
- CD £11.99 / LP £23.99 / Indies LP £24.99
- The Rolling Stones
- Live at The Wiltern
- 2CD £15.99 / 2CD+DVD £21.99 / 2CD+Blu £23.99 / 3LP £49.99
- The Hanging Stars
- On a Golden Shore
- CD £14.99 / LP £24.99
- Grace Petrie
- Build Something Better
- CD £14.99 / LP £25.99
- Dry Cleaning
- Boundary Road Snacks and Drinks / Sweet Princess
- CD £11.99 / Cass £11.99 / LP £23.99 / Indies LP £24.99
- Live at The BBC
- 2CD £14.99 / 3LP £38.99
We’ve got six belters for 1 March, starting with Liam Gallagher & John Squire, who first had the idea to collaborate when John joined Liam on stage at his biblical Knebworth shows and whose eponymous album was birthed from their long-term friendship and admiration for each other’s work. Mountainhead, the new album from Everything Everything, exists in a world in which society has created the deep pit they live in by building an immense mountain, and a ‘mountainhead’ is one who believes the mountain must grow no matter the cost, no matter how terrible it is to dwell in the great pit. Faye Webster’s songs are direct lines to the human subconscious, and Underdressed at the Symphony documents what happens once you begin to build a new self from the ashes of your old routines: this rebirth isn’t flashy or definitive, but is instead a series of seemingly mundane moments that gradually sneak their way towards something like healing. Almost two decades in the game, and armed with an extensive back-catalogue of stadium belters and record-breaking success, Kaiser Chiefs return with their brand new studio album, the aptly titled Kaiser Chiefs’ Easy Eighth Album, which sees them return with a fresh and bold new sound. Live at Shea Stadium 1982 captures one of the dates from The Who’s US tour, which was their last to feature Kenney Jones on drums, and the set list includes a number of tracks from It’s Hard, some of which the band have never played live since this tour.
Our release of the week is Where’s My Utopia?, the follow-up to the critically-acclaimed Leeds band Yard Act’s debut album The Overload, which was shortlisted for the Mercury Prize after a slew of positive reviews, national radio playlistings and a placing at #2 in the official charts.
If you want something that we haven’t got in stock at the moment, we can order it for you!
Call Mark on 01794 518655 or email us if you want to order something or if you’ve got any other questions.
Come and browse in our shop! We’ve got a great stock of music on vinyl and CD, covering rock, jazz, soul, country, dance and electronic, classical and much more! We also stock music-related T-shirts and books.
Our shop is conveniently situated for Southampton, Winchester, Salisbury, Alton, Basingstoke, Fareham, Portsmouth and other places in Hampshire, Wiltshire, Dorset and beyond! Click here for details of how to find us.
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