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Good news for vinyl fans as Love Records Stores event announces exclusive releases, while physical stores reopen.

As record stores across the company open their doors for the first time in three months, a virtual event this Saturday is aiming to help independent stores. Dubbed Love Record Stores, the event will see more than 130 record stores take part over 24 hours that will see the release of special limited edition records, along with performances and DJ streams.

With a diverse range of artists and labels involved, there is sure to be something that will interest everyone but you’ll have to be quick on the keyboard as there are only limited quantities available. As the releases have had to be put together in relatively short space of time there is still potential for some additions to the list, but you can view the current release roster here.



Some highlights from the list so far include a reissue of Caribou's Swim, Floating Points - Elaenia and Flume's 2012 debut album.

Can't get enough of rare vinyl? Keep an eye on Record Store Day 2020, which has been rescheduled across three dates: 29th August, 26th September and 24th October.


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