Warp Records 

Record Store Day tomorrow! Warp releases, performances and more

18/04/2012
We know you're all looking forward to this year's Record Store Day, taking place tomorrow. Have a look below to see what's happening from our camp... special releases, performances, and giveaways all scheduled for Saturday April 21st.

Battles' fourth and final Dross Glop 12" will be released, featuring the Hudson Mohawke remix of 'Rolls Bayce', which you can listen to below.

Gravenhurst's single 'The Prize' will be available exclusively from participating independent record stores on Record Store Day as a marbled silver and white 10”, backed with a cover of Tim Buckley’s Song to the Siren. Listen to it below, as featured on forthcoming album 'The Ghost In Daylight'.


Giveaways

Selected UK indie stores will be the first to receive Ultraskull, a free darkly comic comic by Gravenhurst and friends. The comic, which folds out into a poster, will be available for free on Record Store Day for the first time.


In-store

Gravenhurst will be performing this Friday (20th) at 7pm at the Rough Trade pop-up store at Agnes B in Paris.

Gravenhurst will also be performing a solo set in Rise Records, Bristol at 7pm on Saturday (21st). Rise will also be hosting an exhibition of vinyl art from Warp's 23 year history.

Indie stores across the UK are offering selected Warp titles at special prices throughout April.


Belgian radio station Studio Brussel will also be releasing a new vinyl compilation for Record Store Day featuring a host of artists who've performed at their headquarters, which includes Jamie Lidell and CANT. The 12", limited to 500 copies, features a selection of songs performed live at Studio Brussel, including CANT's 'Believe', and and Jamie Lidell's 'I Wanna Be Your Telephone' - available from selected record stores in Belgium.


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