Record Store Day 2010 gig guide – Bombay Bicycle Club, Ash, Cancer Bats, Wilder

Check out the listings for gigs associated with the nationwide event

This year’s Record Store Day is taking place this Saturday (April 17), and numerous gigs are taking place across the UK to mark the event.

As well as selling rare material by the likes of Blur, The Rolling Stones, Babyshambles, The Hold Steady and The Flaming Lips, many record shops are putting on instore gigs by bands.

Below is NME.COM‘s round up of live and signing events taking place across the country. All times (included where schedules have been announced) are BST.

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Record Store Day 2010 gigs:

Bristol, Rise Records:
Jim Moray (2pm)
Hi Ficiton Science (3pm)
Wilder (4pm)
Zun Zun Egui (5pm)
Thought Forms (6:30pm)
Beak> (7:30pm)
The Blessing (8:30pm)

Cardiff, Spillers Records:
The Automatic
Christopher Rees
Cosmo
Bullet For My Valentine (DJ set)
Bethan Elfyn (DJ set)
DJ Rascal (DJ set)
Gary ‘Twisted By Design’ (DJ set)
Ben and Sam (DJ set)

Cheltenham, Badlands Records:
Calmer Records acts (10am – 4pm)

Edinburgh, Avalanche Records:
The Sundancer (noon)
TV21 (3pm)
Desertersdeservedeath (featuring members of Saint Jude’s Infirmary) (5:30pm)

Farnham, 101 Collectors Records :
Wax Jams
Jonathan Thompson

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Glasgow, Avalanche Records:
YAK (plus more acts to be confirmed)

Kent, Sound House:
Pete Molinari
Tallulah Rendall
Jason Steel & Nancy Wallace

Leeds, Crash Records:
The Paddingtons (2pm)
Jon Jones & The Beatniks Movement (4pm)
Pulled Apart By Horses (6:30pm)
The Sunshine Underground (8pm)

Leeds, Jumbo Records:
Jonjo Feather (9:20am)
Wilful Missing (11:30am)
Serious Sam Barrett (2:30pm)

London, The Dream Machine (at The Half Moon Pub):
The Lorenz Attractor
Eat Lights; Become Lights
Her Name Is Calla
Library Tapes
Woodchucker
Epic45
Spotlight Kid
Codes In The Clouds

London, Pure Groove:
Family Saturn (10am)
David Tattersall (noon)
Babeshadow (1:30pm)
Silver Columns (3pm)
Bombay Bicycle Club (6pm)

London, Rough Trade East:
Pulled Apart By Horses (11am)
Caribou (noon)
Laurie Anderson (2pm)
Sweet Billy Pilgrim (3pm)
Ash (4pm)
Michael Rother of Neu! (signing) (5pm)
Pin Me Down (6pm)

London, Rough Trade West:
Alan Pownall (12:30pm)
Eliza Doolittle (1:15pm)
Jesca Hoop (2pm)
The Magic Numbers (3pm)
I Am Arrows (4pm)
Erland And The Carnival (4:45pm)

London, Banquet Records (gigs take place at The Fighting Cocks):
Cancer Bats (2pm and 4pm)

London, Kingston Hippodrome:
Tinie Tempah, Professor Green (10pm)

Newcastle, Reflex:
Chris Riley (1:30pm)
Emily Portman (2:30pm)

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