Record Store Day 2020 is a little different this year, with three different days to support artists and indie stores – August 29, September 26, and October 24.

Some very special releases will be hitting the shelves, including records from some of our favorite artists across the rock n roll spectrum.

Check out our staff picks of must-have vinyl, and get ready to squander your next paycheck on a whole new stack of sweet and shiny wax this fall. Your 2020 concert budget is not a thing anymore, so get out there and support your local independent record stores!!

Record Store Day – 2020 Staff Picks

Beck – “No Distraction / Uneventful Days (Remixes)”
Featuring never-before-heard Khruangbin remix for “No Distraction” as well as previously released “Uneventful Days (St. Vincent Remix)

Neal Casal – “Fade Away Diamond Time”
Celebrate an early recording from the late, great Neal Casal, released for the fist time on vinyl.

Billie Eilish – “Live At Third Man Records”
Pressed on opaque blue vinyl with black paper sleeves, plus includes an exclusive poster!

Glass Animals – “Tokyo Drifting”
Special 12” picture disc, featuring smash single “Tokyo Drifting” featuring Denzel Curry, and an instrumental version

Gorillaz – “D-Sides”
A compilation of b-sides and remixes from singles and bonus tracks for Gorillaz second album, “Demon Days”

New Order – “The John Peel Session 1982”
Featuring New Order’s session for John Peel’s radio show broadcast on 1st June, 1982

Spoon – “All The Weird Kids Up Front (More Best Of Spoon)”
Grab this special release with a tracklist submitted by and voted on by fans!

See the full list of Record Store Day’s Releases here | Vinyl