Toy, Amazing Snakeheads and more to play Record Store Day instores at Rough Trade

East India Youth, Edwyn Collins, Slow Club and Younghusband are also among the acts performing in London branches

Toy, Amazing Snakeheads and more to play Record Store Day instores at Rough Trade

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Rough Trade has announced the lineup for its Record Store Day instores.

The two London branches will host artists including Toy, East India Youth, The Amazing Snakeheads and Eyedress at the event, which this year takes place on April 19.

The newly-opened New York store in Brooklyn will host artists including Betty Who, Fear Of Men and The Rails with a DJ set from Bella Union boss Simon Raymonde.

Nirvana, Jake Bugg, Oasis, David Bowie, Haim and Brody Dalle are just some of the artists putting out special releases for this years' Record Store Day. Check out the full list here.

29 Seriously Exciting Record Store Day Releases

The full list of Performances can be seen below:

Rough Trade East:
The Rails
Toy
East India Youth
Ben Watt with Bernard Butler
Younghusband
J. Spaceman
The Amazing Snakeheads
Plus special guest DJs

Rough Trade West
Slow Club
Adam Ant
Sleaford Mods
Eyedress
Edwyn Collins
Plus special guest DJs

Rough Trade NYC
?Betty Who
Palehound
Mark Mulcahy
Milagres
Fear of Men
Nothing
The Rail
DJ sets from Simon Raymonde, Daptone Records, Justin Strauss, Deano Sounds (Cultures of Soul Records)

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