Record Store Day 2018

Hear ye, my children, hear ye. April’s most sacred day is almost upon us – can I get an Amen! I’m talking about a great and divine day. A blessed day. A day of resurrection and revival celebrated by the world’s most devout practitioners. I’m talking about the 21st of April and Vinyl Revival’s third annual Record Store Day. Hallelujah!

That’s right, you revivalists, RSD 2018 is upon us and this year we’re seeing double. Two stellar store locations and two premium partnering brands, Pro-ject and Klipsch. There’ll be RSD limited edition releases, equipment specials, storewide discounts and DJs bangin’ dope tunes all day. So keep up the prayers and stay tuned on all channels. We’re less that a month out from this year’s holy communion and it’s set to be a religious experience the envy of Jesus. Preach!


A sneaky taste of what's to come... Sooo many more dope promo's, sales & merch on the day...

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