Tonearm won't be stocking any official Record Store Day releases but they’ll still be celebrating the day with in-store DJ sets. It's a good opportunity to check out their new, second outlet at Kelham Arcade at 92 Burton Rd too.
Downstairs in Syd and Mallory's, Boo Wax is celebrating its first birthday this Record Store Day (happy birthday!). They'll be throwing their first day-time party with UK Mondo Radio. While they won't be selling any RSD releases, they will have their usual excellent mix of house, techno, electronica, jungle, drum and bass, dubstep, funk, disco and more. See details.
The Bath Hotel
The Bath's hosting a grand day of fun, with a pop-up record shop in the snug and a 7"-only set from DJ Mo Dettes, focussing on female vocals in the worlds of post punk, riot grrrl, synth, new wave and 90s alt. Stick around in the evening, when Poppers Revival and Yo Dynamo will play live sets, all accompanied by the pub's always great lineup of beers. See details.
The Walkley pub is getting in on the action from midday, with a popup shop from Black Beacon Sound, and live ambient and folkronica music. See details.
Bungalows and Bears
Take some time out from all the shopping with Lionel Vinyl, Holy H. and William Vinyl, who'll be spinning some of their favourite albums and singles on the fantastic black plastic, 3-8pm. See details.
After a day of digging through crates at your favourite indie record stores, head to the Showroom for a screening of the brand new music doc Teddy Pendergrass: If You Don't Know Me. There'll be classic soul, funk and disco on vinyl in the bar with DJ Dan Gerous from 7pm, before the film starts at 8pm.