Paul McCartney split single with The Decemberists? Yes siree!
Plus U2, Fleet Foxes, Grateful Dead, Neil Young, J Dilla, Sufjan Stevens, Willie Nelson, Clap Your Hands Say Yeah, Queen, Buddy Guy And Junior Wells, Black Lips, Black Dahlia Murder, Blue Oyster Cult, Wilco side project Autumn Defense, The Byrds, Yes and many more vinyl delights all due November 24, 2017.
Record Store Day celebrates its 10th anniversary tomorrow, Saturday, April 22, with St. Vincent following in the steps of Jesse Hughes, Joshua … More
Third Man Records has previewed a new book, gold 7-inch singles from Jack White and Lillie Mae, the re-release of a Bob Seger System classic and more for Record Store Day
You may know him as J. Spaceman of Spacemen 3 or Jason Pierce of Spiritualized. He’s teamed with Föllakzoid for new, live-in-the-studio versions of two songs from the Chilean trio’s 2015 album “III.”
Filthy Friends – a new supergroup featuring members of R.E.M., Sleater-Kinney, King Crimson and more – are releasing their debut single on Record Store Day.
A new 7” single by The Smiths out Record Store Day pairs a demo mix of The Queen Is Dead’s “The Boy With the Thorn in His Side” and an “early Drones version” of “Rubber Ring” and Johnny Marr has rejoined one of his post-Smiths bands, The The, for their first new single as a band in 15 years.
Art Of Noise are re-releasing “Moments In Love” as a 10″ bunny mask shaped, picture disc for Record Store Day 2017, as well as a more conventional purple vinyl 12″ re-issue.
The Grateful Dead are releasing their performance at P.N.E. Garden Auditorium in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada on July 29, 1966 on vinyl for Record Store Day 2017. Stream the entire release, audio newly mastered by Jeffrey Norman here.
Numerous new releases either from or otherwise related to David Bowie will be released Record Store Day, most notably “Cracked Actor,” a new triple live album of previously unreleased 1974 live recordings. Also out Record Store Day: a rare Bowie promo LP, a limited edition blue 12-inch pressing of his “No Plan” EP, a picture disc with Placebo and tributes from Ian Hunter and others.
Alternate takes from Fleetwood Mac’s “Mirage” will be issued as a stand-alone LP on Record Store Day, their first time on vinyl. Likewise, Stevie Nicks is releasing a compilation of demos, early takes and live recordings called “Rarities.”