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At last it’s nearly here, this year’s Record Store Day is not just 1 day, it’s spread over 3 Saturdays in August, September and October.

Rebranded as Record Store Day Drops, with the first one taking place on Saturday 29th August.

We will be offering appointments starting from 9am for record fans interested only in RSD releases. For 2020 rain or shine no need to queue, no smoke or mirrors or dancing bears – it’s the safe vinyl browsing RSD.
More details to follow.

Help The Witch – Tom Cox & Concept Album 

We’re super-excited to announce we have BRAND NEW RELEASE ! A very limited edition, very attractive gatefold with gold foil 180g vinyl LP. 
Help The Witch (Various Artists) curated by writer Tom Cox – who stopped by Clocktower Music to sign some copies.
The book of the same title, Tom’s otherworldly fiction debut of short stories – broke Unbound’s record for pre-orders in 2018. Tom explains:
“My music listening was an important part of the book’s creation, and I thought: What if Help The Witch had a totally original soundtrack, made by a variety of unusually talented musicians, living and working now? An album that was spooky, and atmospheric, like the book, and echoed its themes, but was also totally its own master. An ambitious idea? Very. But I thought it couldn’t hurt to ask, and, astonishingly, everyone I did ask said yes. Even more astonishing was what they came up with.

On Help The Witch: A Concept Album, some of my favourite musicians take a story from Help The Witch and create their own piece of music from it. These are as diverse as Cromer-based Gemma Khawaja turning a tale about a ghost speed awareness instructor into an epic, hot-blooded 16th Century folk ballad that never was, Sheffield’s Rob Lee drenching the history of a marsh goblin in cosmic country rays, and Scotland’s Grey Malkin – formerly of The Hare And The Moon – performing a wyrd folk extrapolation on a persecuted Derbyshire witch. Many of the musicians here have a strong regional identity, which is apt, as much of the book does too. I have been lucky enough to be accompanied by several musicians at my spoken word events over the last few years and am even luckier that they – Zervas And Pepper, The Left Outsides, Jack Sharp and Dan Davies of Wolf People – have agreed to contribute here.Each track has blown my mind, in its own unique way. I do not think it’s an understatement to say that this record is a greater work of art than the book that inspired it, and quite probably THE Folk Horror Album of 2020.”

 

 

Tiny shop

Hey Kids! Rock N Roll have produced a UK exclusive, teeny tiny Clocktower Music model shop! Takes hours of creative fun (while listening to your records of course) and includes mini LPs!

 

 

Piano sill

Our shop has been freshly painted with brand new additional piano sill !

 

Upcoming Events

Adrian Boot  – World Exclusive Photography Exhibition

Jerry Garcia – The Grateful Dead – Egypt 1978                        

 Opens July 4th 

Upon our re-opening we will house exclusive images from local based rock photographer Adrian Boot; active in the music industry for 50 years, capturing the essence of some seriously iconic superstars.

Clocktower Music is one of two outlets in the world to physically view & purchase these exclusive images.

This event is absolutely not to be missed! 

www.adrianboot.co.uk

Record Store Day

August 29th , September 26th & October 24th.

Come & browse exclusively on Record Store Day! 

Email audio@clocktowermusic.co.uk for an official invite!

We will allocate 45 minute slots for groups of 5 people during Saturday and Sunday, starting from 9am to the last slot at 5.15pm.

Click here to see official RSD releases 

 

 

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