Record Store Day UK returned on Saturday 13 April, celebrating all the amazing independent record stores we have in the UK, and there was nowhere better to spend it than Soho?
Soho is a central hub for music & vinyl in London, with 4 record stores all within a mile of each other, it was the place to be on #RSD19.
Carry on reading to discover where you could have picked up the exclusive releases and what else happened in Soho on the day.
Where to buy?
BBC Radio 6 DJ Steve Lamacq will be signing copies of his Lost Alternatives album at Sister Ray from 10am.
Sounds of the Universe
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What to do?
The Duck & Rice
From 3-11:30pm head to the after-party that nobody asked for at The Duck & Rice. Performing at the restaurant on Record Store Day will be DJ Sugaray and GW Jazz. So bring your parents, your sister and vinyl-collecting hipster and enjoy delicious cocktails, live DJ sets to continue the #RSD19 party.
Head in-store for an exclusive event in partnership with tmrw magazine from 12-2pm. Expect live music in-store from the likes of Kwassa, Jolé and Deyess.
Pop-in from 9am-5pm to play your very own record or visit between 6-10pm to listen to a special vinyl gig from Francesco Fuca. Also, enjoy their special 'Champagne Super Nova' cocktail or a glass of the wine of the day for only £5.
The Unclosed Eye
Pop-up music photography exhibition 'The Unclosed Eye' opens at 3 Newburgh Street on 12 April and will be celebrating #RSD19 with live performances from jazz singer Florence Joelle, songwriter Emily Capell and reggae favourite King Hammond. Find out more here .
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