Saturday, 16th April 2011
Spillers Records Record Store day
Future Of The Left
Over 18 only - Record Store Day is an internationally celebrated day observed the third Saturday of April each year. Its purpose, as conceived by independent record store employee Chris Brown, is to celebrate the art of music. The day brings together fans, artists, and hundreds of independent record stores across the world.
Spillers was founded in 1894 by Henry Spiller at its original location was in the Queen’s Arcade, Cardiff, where the shop specialised in the sale of phonographs, wax phonograph cylinders and shellac phonograph discs. In the early 1920s, Henry’s son Edward took over the running of the business and, with the aid of the popular accordionist and band leader, Joe Gregory, sold musical instruments alongside the pre-recorded music. In the late 1940s, Henry moved the shop around the corner to a larger premises on The Hayes, where it has happily remained and thrived ever since.
Over the years Spillers has seen and supplied many varied types of pre-recorded music. Today we pride ourselves on our diverse selection of music on both compact dics and good old vinyl at very competetive prices. This site is always growing so let us know if you can’t see what you’d like on here, and we’ll add it or get one for you
7:30pm | £7/£8 | buy tickets