The organisers seek to capitalise on success
Heather Nash

11:03 27th May 2015

Record Store day is looking to expand from a bi-annual event into a weekly one, giving music hunters the opportunity to grab exclusive music each Tuesday.

The success of Record Store Day, although steeped into controversy amongst the music industry, is no doubt undeniable. Vinyl is experiencing a rather healthy revival, with sales from record store day in 2014 exceeding those of the year before by 50%. As such, the organisers of the events have come up with an idea to continue meeting the increased demand, by creating Vinyl Tuesdays. 

New and exclusive music will be available for music fans to buy every Tuesday from their local independent record stores, in a number of ways. Reps say there will be a variety up for offer; “catalog releases, commercial and promotional releases, releases made specifically for the Record Store Day indie community, vinyl editions of albums that were previously released on CD and digitally, and exclusive vinyl releases that drop before their digital editions.”

It sounds like a regular heaven for music hoarders.

Watch the the Gigwise documentary 'Why Vinyl Sounds Better' below 

The event has not been set a official start date as of yet, but hopefully when it is launche there will be new music on both a Tuesday and Friday, after the international release date is changed.

All this shows that some people just prefer their music spinning where they can see it. 

  • Florence + The Machine - How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful

  • Father John Misty - I Love You, Honeybear

  • Belle & Sebastian - Girl In Peacetime Want To Dance

  • David Bowie - 'Changes' (Record Store Day)

  • Eminem - 10LP vinyl box set

  • Courtney Barnett - Sometimes I Sit And Think And Sometimes I Just Sit

  • Ibeyi - Ibeyi

  • Enter Shikari - Mindsweep

  • The Decemberists - What A Beautiful World, What A Terrible World

  • Marilyn Manson - The Pale Emperor

  • Django Django - Born Under Saturn

  • Laura Marling - Short Movie

  • Ryan Adams - Live At Carnegie Hall

  • Manic Street Preachers - The Holy Bible US Mix (Record Store Day)

  • Roxy Music - The Complete Studio Recordings

  • The Who - The Brunswick Singles 1965-1966: 7" Box Set

  • The Cribs - To All My Sisters

  • Unknown Mortal Orchestra - Multi-Love

  • Mumford & Sons - Wilder Mind

  • Blur - The Magic Whip

  • Paul Weller - Saturn's Pattern

  • Placebo - Placebo (RSD reissue)

  • George Clinton - Chocolate City: London

  • The Jesus & Mary Chain - Psychocandy Live

  • Ian Dury - New Boots and Panties!! Expanded Edition

  • Suede - Dog Man Star live

  • Donna Summer - Another Place And Time (5 x 12" singles)

  • Death Cab For Cutie - Kintsugi

  • John Lennon - The Vinyl Collection

  • The Vaccines - English Graffiti

  • Muse - Drones

  • Albert Hammond Jr - Momentary Masters

  • Sleater Kinney - No Cities To Love

  • Brandon Flowers - The Desired Effect

  • Placebo - First five albums anniversary vinyl reissues

  • Charli XCX - Sucker

  • David Bowie - Five Years box set

  • Bully - Feels Like

  • Jamie xx - In Colour

  • Wolf Alice - My Love Is Cool

  • Garbage - Garbage (20 Years Queer reissue)

  • Led Zeppelin - Coda

  • Joy Division - Substance Box set

  • Red House Painters - First Four Albums

  • David Bowie - Golden Years (reissue)

  • New Order - Music Complete

  • Chvrches - Every Open Eye

  • Foals - What Went Down

  • The Libertines - Anthems For Doomed Youth

  • Bjork - Vulnicura

  • Lana Del Rey - Honeymoon

  • Editors - In Dream (in gold)

  • Joanna Newsom - Divers

  • Sleaford Mods - Key Markets

  • iamamiwhoami - Concert In Blue

  • Fall Out Boy - American Beauty/American Psycho

  • Ellie Goulding - Delirium

  • Public Service Broadcasting - The Race For Space

  • Spectres - Dying (with ouija board)

  • Grimes - Art Angels

  • Fidlar - Too

  • Roots Manuva - Bleeds

  • Coldplay - A Head Full Of Dreams