Record Store Day 2024: What you need to know

This year’s Record Store Day takes place on Saturday, April 20 — featuring releases from Iggy & the Stooges, Slum Village, Laufey and more.

A photo of vinyl records at a record store.

A photo of vinyl records at a record store.

Music lovers — especially those who collect vinyl records — are anticipating another eventful Record Store Day on Saturday, April 20.

This year’s edition of the long-running retail holiday features exclusive and first-run releases ranging from pop stars like Sabrina Carpenter, critically-acclaimed acts such as Remi Wolf, and Michigan and Detroit legends like Iggy & the Stooges and Slum Village.

Keep reading to see notable records releasing on Saturday for RSD, including WDET staff picks. This is clearly not an exhaustive list, but you can find everything scheduled to be released on RSD’s official website.

You can enter for a chance to win a private tour of Third Man Pressing with WDET hosts.

Record Store Day 2024 highlights

Iggy & the Stooges – Live at Lokerse Feesten, 2005

IGGY & THE STOOGES Live at Lokerse Feesten, 2005
Iggy & the Stooges Live at Lokerse Feesten, 2005

Michigan punk legends Iggy Pop and the Stooges reunited in 2003 and performed a series of concerts around the world to celebrate their comeback after breaking up in 1974. Live at Lokerse Feesten, 2005 is a deluxe package containing live performances from this era that includes color vinyl, an OBI side spine and printed inner sleeve. This marks the first time Live at Lokerse Feesten, 2005 is available on vinyl, and just 2,500 copies will be available nationwide.

Slum Village – Detroit Deli (A Taste of Detroit)

Detroit Deli (A Taste of Detroit)
A limited-edition version of Slum Village’s 2004 album “Detroit Deli (A Taste of Detroit)” will be released for Record Store Day 2024.

Detroit’s Slum Village returns with another Record Store Day release after dropping a double-LP edition of their 2002 album Trinity (Past, Present and Future) last year. Slum Village’s Detroit Deli (A Taste of Detroit) was initially released in 2004, featuring “Foolish,” their highest charting single to date — produced by Kanye West and John Legend on vocals. The RSD version of Detroit Deli (A Taste of Detroit) is printed on clear vinyl with orange splatter.

The Hives – Lex Hives and Live From Terminal Five

Lex Hives and Live From Terminal Five
The Hives’ ‘Lex Hives and Live From Terminal Five’ Record Store Day exclusive will be released on Saturday, April 20, 2024.

Part of the early 2000s garage rock revival alongside The White Stripes and The Strokes, Swedish rockers The Hives will reissue their fifth studio album, 2012’s Lex Hives, remastered with previously unreleased bonus tracks “High School Shuffle” and “Insane.” The Record Store Day exclusive also features the live album, A Midsummer Hives Dream, recorded during the band’s performance at New York’s Terminal 5. The Hives will return to Detroit after a sold out show at El Club last November, this time headlining St. Andrew’s Hall on Sept. 22.

Death Cab For Cutie – Live At The Showbox

Death Cab For Cutie Live at the Showbox
“Live At The Showbox” is a 17-track collection of Death Cab For Cutie’s three-night stand at the Showbox in the band’s hometown of Seattle, recorded Feb. 24-26, 2020.

Death Cab For Cutie will drop Live At The Showbox for RSD 2024, a 17-track compilation of their three-night stand at the Showbox in the band’s hometown of Seattle, recorded Feb. 24-26, 2020. This will be the first time these songs get a physical release, limited to 2,500 copies on pink marble vinyl.

Remi Wolf – Live at Electric Lady

Remi Wolf live at Electric Lady Studios
Remi Wolf “Live at Electric Lady” will be limited to just 1,500 copies for Record Store Day 2024.

Bay Area singer-songwriter Remi Wolf paid a visit to New York City’s famed Electric Lady Studios to record several tracks, including a cover of Frank Ocean’s “Pink + White.” This session is collected on a limited-edition Orange Crush 12” vinyl with just 1,500 copies available nationwide on Saturday.

WDET Staff Picks

Ann Delisi – Essential Music host

Tia Graham – The Metro co-host

Liz Warner – Alternate Take host

Rob Reinhart – Essential Music and Acoustic Cafe host

Jon Moshier – Modern Music host

Adam Fox – WDET Program Director

Metro Detroit record stores participating in Record Store Day

There are several local indie record shops participating in Record Store Day. Below is a partial list of stores, but keep in mind that product is extremely limited — especially with RSD exclusives. You can search for locations near you at I suggest you call ahead to your favorite record stores to confirm that they’ll carry the RSD releases you’re looking for. And expect to wait in long lines Saturday morning.

  • Third Man Records – 441 W Canfield St, Detroit | 313-209-5205
  • Found Sound – 234 W Nine Mile Rd, Ferndale | 248-565-8775
  • Paramita Sound – 1517 Broadway, Detroit | 313-433-6494
  • Slick Disc Music Inc – 1625 West Rd, Trenton | 734-692-1881
  • UHF Records – 512 S Washington Ave, Royal Oak | 248-545-5955
  • Dearborn Music – 22501 Michigan Ave, Newman St, Dearborn | 313-561-1000
  • Flipside Records – 3099 Coolidge Hwy, Berkley | 248-585-4090
  • Encore Records – 208 N 4th Ave, Ann Arbor | 734-662-6776
  • Village Vinyl – 34230 Van Dyke Ave, Sterling Heights | 586-838-4992
  • Rock of Ages – 31015 Ford Rd, Garden City | 734-522-4590

Listen to WDET on Saturday, April 20, starting at 11 a.m. ET for Record Store Day-themed episodes of Essential Music with Ann Delisi and Rob Reinhart, Modern Music with Jon Moshier, The Progressive Underground with Chris Campbell and The New Music Show with Shigeto.

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