[PHOTOS] Record Store Day 2014 in St. Louis

St. Louis was gifted a perfectly sunny day on which to celebrate RSD 2014. Our people spent time at Euclid Records in Webster Groves and Dead Wax and Apop Records on Cherokee Street. Enjoy the photo evidence below, and remember that every day can feel like Record Store Day with a steadfast commitment to supporting musicians you appreciate with your time and your money.

Middle Class Fashion at Euclid Records.

Dead Wax Records.  

Apop Records.

Bruiser Queen at Apop Records.

A great deal of fun was had by all and IWTAS is grateful that such events continue to thrive in our city. It was great to see collaborations between hard-working record store owners and employees and local food and beverage purveyors and other small businesses.  We’re already looking forward to next year. 

For additional Middle Class Fashion photos, click here.

Want more Bruiser Queen? Head here.

Wondering if we snapped a picture with your face in it on RSD14? Click here.

Our buddies at Eleven Magazine brought back an album of pics from a wild, wonderful day at Vintage Vinyl. You can find those here.

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