Collectors get ready for second Record Store Day ‘drop’ of limited vinyl

Northampton’s Spun Out and Vinyl Underground will both be stocking official releases which go on sale tomorrow.

Friday, 16th July 2021, 11:08 am
Updated Friday, 16th July 2021, 11:11 am
Record collectors queuing outside of Spun Out in Gold Street last month for the first 'drop' of limited edition vinyl.
Record collectors queuing outside of Spun Out in Gold Street last month for the first 'drop' of limited edition vinyl.

Record Store Day 2021 returns with its second ‘drop’ of limited edition vinyl records this weekend.

As usual, both Spun Out in Gold Street and Vinyl Underground in Abington Street will be stocking a selection of the official releases.

Both stores will be expecting lengthy queues ahead of opening at 8am on Saturday, July 17.

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In a change to recent years, Vinyl Underground will be selling from the front of the Watts store in Abington Street, not the rear.

From 11am until 4pm there will also be a record fair at The Black Prince in Abington Square featuring Spinadisc records and other sellers from across the region.

Tragic will be playing an in-store gig at Spun Out at 1pm.

Stores will be able to list remaining stock online from 6pm.

For more details about records which are part of this year’s Record Store Day Drop 2, visit https://recordstoreday.co.uk