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All-day party at Soho Radio for Record Store Day on Saturday 21st April 2018
Independent online radio station, Soho Radio, will be hosting an all-day party to celebrate Record Store Day this Saturday, 21st April.
The day will mark the final day of bidding in Soho Radio’s secret auction featuring a selection of unique vinyl, created at Soho Radio in November 2017. Each track was performed live at Jäger Soho (the collaborative space created by Jägermeister and Soho Radio) and cut straight to vinyl as part of a 24hour marathon event. Each vinyl’s sleeve has been customised with unique artwork by Soho Radio’s artist in residence, illustrator Ben Connors.
Musicians with a one-of-a-kind vinyl available in the secret auction include: Dennis Bovell, UNKLE, DJ Yoda, Andrew Hung, Dizraeli, Paradise and others. All guests on the day will be treated to delicious Jägermeister cocktails, created by a master mixologist, to enjoy whilst they browse the vinyl available to bid on as part of the secret auction. All proceeds from the secret auction will go to charities chosen by the artists.
Soho Radio also invites anyone who purchases a vinyl on Record Store Day to bring it into the station where presenters will be broadcasting live radio shows and DJ sets throughout the day and will feature newly bought vinyl live on air for listeners around the world.
Soho Radio Schedule 21st April
8 - 10am: The Discovery Panel
10am - 12pm: Pete Paphides
12 - 2pm: Andy Lewis
2 - 4pm: Simone Marie with a live performance from Joel Culpepper
4 - 6pm; James Endeacott and Raf Rundell
6 - 7pm: Iraina Mancini
7 - 9pm: TBC
Music Genres: Alternative, Hip Hop, Indie, Rap, Rock
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