From the Public Tool Kit:
“How to celebrate: We welcome everyone to be a part of music history by celebrating the first ever National Album Day with us. You can do this by: – Attending album playbacks and live in-stores during the week commencing 7th October. Events will be happening in record stores and music venues across the UK. An event listing guide will be available on the NAD website. – Posting to your social media accounts about the Top 3 Albums that changed your life. Tagging @AlbumDayUK and using #NationalAlbumDay. Other ways to get involved on social media will be on the NAD website. – Tuning in to online listening parties, album playbacks, Q&A’s and more activities across Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube. – Dressing up as your favourite album on National Album Day – 13th October. Either going into work, attending an event or throwing your own album themed party.”
This doesn’t seem to be quite the same “separating music lovers from their cash” gravy train as Record Store Day.
I have the keys to the community cafe and a hi-fi system loaned by a local dealer, so I’ll be spinning vinyl in my little corner of South » Continue Reading.