Tag Archives: independent record shop

Record Store of the Day

#RecordStoreOfTheDay campaign relaunches

The Record Store of the Day campaign has relaunched today to continue highlighting the best independent record stores during lockdown 2. The campaign originally started back in March during the first lockdown and is being supported by AIM, BPI, ERA, and a host of UK Distributors including Proper. Each day, the campaign will spotlight a […]

RSD Black Friday

RSD Black Friday 2020

Record Store Day Black Friday takes place on the 27 November this year, and, although the lockdown measures will mean that no record shops in England will be able to open their doors, participating shops will be able to sell Black Friday exclusive titles online from 6pm. This year we’re distributing exclusive releases from artists […]

Official Indie Record Store Finder

The Official Indie Record Store Finder – find your local store

In anticipation of what would have been Record Store Day 2020 this Saturday 18 April – the biggest day in the indie record shop calendar and sadly postponed due to coronavirus – OfficialCharts.com have launched a new interactive map showcasing how to support your local record shop, even when you can’t leave the house. Indie […]

Featured Store: Winyl

The wonderfully named Winyl, specialises in vegan and organic wines, providing easy drinking product for the 3.5m people in the UK that have chosen a vegan diet. The vinyl range is wide reaching and a dynamic mix of vintage and new. Whilst the store is snug, the vibe is relaxed where you can come and […]

Music's Not Dead

Featured Store: Music’s Not Dead

Music’s Not Dead is not just a record shop. It is a mission statement that owner Del Querns lives by. Del was a long-time employee of Powerplay, a chain of record shops on the south coast. The owners had decided to close the business down, saying that record retailing was dead. Del was not convinced […]

Sound Knowledge

Featured Store: Sound Knowledge

Roger Mortimer, owner of Sound Knowledge, is a Wiltshire lad, born in Melksham in 1959. He tuned into music at a young age, having an older brother and sister, and spent his early years listening to their musical purchases, including the Beatles, the Stones and Otis Redding. The listening habit developed during summer holidays spent […]

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