Crowds throng Berwick Street, in London’s Soho, as Record Store Day 2013 gets into full swing.
“Where the hell is that Celine Dion 12″?”
Matthew E White breaks strings, hearts at Sister Ray’s Record Store Day street party.
“Is this the queue for Beyonce tickets?”
Frank Turner turned up to sing songs from his new record ‘Tape Deck Heart’.
Security drag away Frank Turner before he can strart autographing records. If you look really closely at this photo, you’ll see a tiny Bono.
Jarvis waves hello as Pulp launch a limited-edition single.
Vintage Yeah Yeah Yeahs or brand new Peace – Record Store Day had something for everyone.
Paul Weller shows us his 7″.
Steve Mason loves Record Store Day almost as much as the record store staff in High Fidelity love The Beta Band.
The Strypes hang out at Rough Trade East. They’re so young, normally they’re only allowed in shops one at a time.
Paul Weller joins The Strypes on stage at Rough Trade East.
Paul Weller and The Strypes: separated by decades, united by haircuts.
The Weller cloning machine is now running at full capacity.
Steve Mackey and Jarvis of Pulp celebrate after finally tracking down that Celine Dion 12″.