Scenes From Record Store Day 2014

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Bruiser Queen performing outside of Apop Records. - JON GITCHOFF
  • Jon Gitchoff
  • Bruiser Queen performing outside of Apop Records.

Record collectors, music fans and St. Louisans just looking to have a good time were all treated to a beautiful Record Store Day this year, with clear skies and temperatures in the 70s. The celebration, which is now in its eighth year, highlights the importance of your local brick-and-mortar record shops and is consistently a good day to get a great deal on some new music for your collection (not to mention sip some beers and enjoy live music).

We sent photographer Jon Gitchoff to the RSD celebrations at Euclid Records, Vintage Vinyl and Apop Records to take some shots of the festivities. Be sure to check out our full slideshow here.

The Minus 5 performing at Euclid Records. - JON GITCHOFF
  • Jon Gitchoff
  • The Minus 5 performing at Euclid Records.
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Brothers Lazaroff performing outside of Vintage Vinyl - JON GITCHOFF
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Bruiser Queen performing outside of Apop Records. - JON GITCHOFF
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