A diverse assortment of records will be available on vinyl and in limited quantities in independent shops on November 25.
Record Store Day
Every year it seems to get cooler and cooler to hate Record Store Day.
RSD guru Chris Brown of Bull Moose provides a first-hand preview of the exclusive releases you'll definitely want to dig for this weekend.
Judy Mills, owner and operator of Kansas City's Mills Record Company, explains why Record Store Day should never be abolished.
If you're not sure which exclusive special editions you should be elbowing your way towards this RSD, we've got a couple dozen to put on your list.
The Record Store Day ambassadors will celebrate the vinyl holiday with a special, intimate gig at the Berkeley, Calif.-based shop.
The White Stripes recorded the rare live sessions with BBC's John Peel in support of their 2001 breakthrough 'White Blood Cells.'
Circa Survive's cover will appear on Robotic Empire's third and final full-album Nirvana tribute, 'Doused in Mud, Soaked in Bleach,' this Record Store Day.
The full list has been unveiled including picture discs from David Bowie and Muse, box sets from the Flaming Lips and Alt-J and a ton more.
One is a single from 1976's 'Station to Station' and the other is Bowie's 1970 full-length, 'The Man Who Sold the World.'