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Record Store Day 2017 on BBC 6 Music

Lauren Laverne celebrated Record Store Day with a live show from Vinyl Tap, Huddersfield

The programme featured a host of exclusive Record Store Day releases, live music and interviews. Guests included Hot Chip's Alexis Taylor with a special Prince inspired all-vinyl Desert Island Disco, Record Store Day ambassador Kate Tempest, poet Simon Armitage and local band Fold in session.

Highlights from Lauren's show:

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Desert Island Disco: Prince Tribute Mix from Hot Chip’s Alexis Taylor

Alexis Taylor of Hot Chip drops a special Desert Island Disco mix in honour of Prince.

Kate Tempest on how working in record shops shaped her

Kate Tempest reveals to Lauren Laverne how record stores influenced her music tastes.

Kate Tempest records People's Face direct to vinyl

Kate Tempest records People's Face direct to vinyl

“It gets people back on the high street” – Simon Armitage celebrates Record Store Day

He speaks to Lauren Laverne about the importance of the day and his recent collaboration.

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Fold in session for Lauren Laverne

A fusion of music and archive recordings, encompassing funk, jazz, soul & psyche.

More Record Store Day on 6 Music

From Monday 17 to Sunday 23 April, 6 Music are playing a selection of Record Store Day releases across various shows each day. Including music from David Bowie, The War on Drugs, Laura Marling, The Smiths, The The and Primal Scream.

There's more Record Day news and features in The Huey Show, Liz Kershaw and Gilles Peterson.

6 Music's Album of the Day on Friday 21 April, the day Iggy Pop turned 70, was his album Post Pop Depression: Live At The Royal Albert Hall, re-issued for Record Store Day. Enjoy more celebrations of Iggy's birthday in our Iggy Pop at 70 collection.

BBC Music's Record Store Day Playlist

BBC News picks 10 of the best Record Store Day releases

Now Playing's Record Shop Gems

The The's Matt Johnson talks to Steve Lamacq about his new track for Record Store Day

About Record Store Day

Record Store Day launched in the UK in 2008 and is the one day of the year when over 200 independent record shops all across the UK come together to celebrate their unique culture.

Record Store Day Special vinyl releases are made exclusively for the day and many shops and cities host artist performances and events to mark the occasion. Thousands more shops celebrate the day around the globe in what’s become one of the biggest annual events on the music calendar.