Level Crossing Records is hosting the only Record Store Day event in SW14 on Saturday, 29th August, creating a safe and socially distanced experience for music fans.
Doors will open at 8.00am when Record Store Day vinyl officially goes on sale. The store has taken extra precautions to ensure the safety of its customers and staff throughout the day. A socially distanced queuing system and a one in one out policy will be in place. Masks will be required to be worn in the store and band t-shirts are also strongly advised!
For those music fans that would prefer to stay local and not travel, Level Crossing Records will be stocking many of the sought after items from this year’s RSD special releases, including:
● The Cure ‘Seventeen Seconds’ and ‘Bloodflowers’ on picture disc
● Ezra Collective ‘Samuel L Riddim / Dark Side Riddim’
● Mac DeMarco ‘Other Here Comes the Cowboy Demos’
● Fleetwood Mac ‘The Alternate Rumours’
● Primal Scream ‘Loaded’ (Andy Weatherall Mix)
The store will be open until 6.00pm on the day and it’s first come first served so vinyl fans are advised
to get to the store early to avoid disappointment.
South West London might not be the first place on your list when you think of music meccas in the capital but in a corner of SW14 sits a boutique record shop serving up vinyl and Dark Arts specialty coffee. The shop is located in-between the site of the Olympic Studios where the Rolling Stones recorded six iconic albums and Eel Pie Island, where Bowie, The Who and Pink Floyd all performed live.
Level Crossing Records has been serving coffee and vinyl since 2018 and welcomes everyone and anyone with a passion for great coffee and music, from budding music fans to seasoned collectors. The shop is just a short walk from Mortlake train station at: 49 Sheen Lane London SW14 8AB.
Please contact the store for any further information regarding the event or RSD orders.