Record Store Day 2013//Seba Rashii Culture Zine's Pick of the Releases.

It doesn't seem that long since the last Record Store Day came around but it's AM on 2013's celebration of vinyl and it's spiritual home the record store and we're ready to celebrate. Vinyl is easy to love, with it's eye catching dimensions, numerous colour possibilities and great art worthy packaging and it's days like today when you can sit back and enjoy the format with a just cause. Check out our pick of the special releases for this very special day below and make sure to get down to your local independent record store today and show them some love!

David Bowie has a nice selection of releases for this years Record Store Day including the intriguing reissue of his 1965! EP,a picture disc of Panic in Detroit and a single coupling of The Next Day single tracks The Stars and Where Are We Now. 

Garbage and Screaming Females team up for a cover of Patti Smith's Because The Night released on 10" vinnyl, the video for which is below:

Marianne Faithfull's classic LP Broken English gets a release in the form of it's original mix and although we've always loved this album we're looking forward to hearing this!

Moby and Mark Lanegan collaborate on The Lonely Night to haunting effect as the harmonic music from the ever excellent Moby meets the bare vocals of Mark Lanegan. 

Stealing Sheep release new tracks A Real Clown and Do As You Will on 7" limited to just 300 copies...

There are many more releases available on this day of days but to see more please check out the Record Store Day website to see the them all!

We'll see you about on this day of days, with vinyl in our hands... 

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