And of course there's the much talked-about "Feistodon," a split seven-inch that features Feist covering a tune by metal band Mastodon on one side, and Mastodon covering Feist on the other. (Listen to Feist's Mastodon cover, "Black Tongue," here at Soundcloud.)
See the full Record Store Day release listing as a downloadable PDF or as a webpage.
|Get ready for special vinyl releases galore at Record Store Day.|
ScoutMob in New York lists its top five ways to celebrate Record Store Day in NYC. Among its choices (see websites for times, etc.):
- Generation Records in Greenwich Village has live music by The Paul Collins Beat (of The Nerves), Supertouch, and Joyce Manor (pop punk), as well as DJ sets by WFMU's Tom Scharpling and Three Chord Monte.
- Mates of State plays at Soundfix in Williamsburg, Brooklyn (7:30 p.m.)
- The Men perform at Other Music, where you'll also find Four Tet doing a DJ set
- 12 Noon: Everest
- 1 p.m.: French musician Yann Tiersen
- 2 p.m.: Mike Doughty
Also, J&R will have a listening party for Jack White's new album "Blunderbuss"at 11 a.m.
Over in Jersey, Princeton Record Exchange will feature a performance by They Might Be Giants (in front of the town's public library) from 6 to 6:45 p.m., with record signing back at the store from around 7 to 8.
Also, see Paste Magazine's "21 Albums You Should Buy on Record Store Day" and its article "101 Musicians Discuss their Favorite Record Stores." And NPR Music weighs in with its "13 Reasons to Visit Your Local Record Store," surveying releases including the Iggy/Stooges offering, a Deerhoof/Of Montreal split seven-inch, and the T. Rex "Electric Warrior" seven-inch box set.
What are you doing for Record Store Day? Where will you be, and what special releases are you looking forward to picking up?