Record Store Day Drop #2 - Saturday 17th July.
Record Store Day Drop #2 will take place on Saturday 17th July. This follows on from the first drop on Saturday 12th June which went extremely well. It's the same format again this time; over the counter sales only from 8:30am. The shop will then close to the public at 5pm and any unsold stock will go online from 6pm.

Just like last time we are expecting a queue when we open at 8:30am. However, we will be clearly marking out the pavement outside the shop to ensure social distancing takes place. We would request all early risers to please follow these important safety measures. We also encourage the use of face coverings when waiting outside the shop.

When we open at 8:30am a member of the Crash team will be on the door to ensure there are never too many customers in the shop at any given time and that everyone is able to enter and exit the premises in safety. Face coverings must be worn in the shop. Anyone who is exempt needs to let us know on the day and we will look at making suitable arrangements.

As always, we encourage people to have a list ready of stock they wish to purchase. One of our staff will take the list and check what we have behind the counter. Payment can then be made by cash or card. Please bring a bag with you on the day. There will be a 10p charge for any plastic bags that we supply.

Record Store Day rules are the same as always. Stock will only be available to purchase over the counter in the shop on a first come, first served basis.

Individual releases cannot be reserved or pre-ordered and it's a very strict maximum of 1 copy per customer for anything that's on the list. There is no set maximum on the number of different titles that can be bought from the list.

We hope that covers everything, but if there are any further questions please email We are not able to answer specific questions on stock quantities as this is information we are not allowed to share. However, we always try and get as much stock as we can, especially on the most in demand titles.