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Record Store Day: Full Sweatstock Schedule Posted

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​As you may have heard about 2,112 times already, Record Store Day is Saturday, and Sweat Records (5505 NE 2nd Ave., Miami) has posted the full schedule for the Sweatstock extravaganza. (Previously: "Radio-Active Records Unveils Details of Saturday's Record Store Day")

The free, all-ages block party launches at 10 a.m., and there will be cupcakes, ice cream, catered eats, and toys. Booze will be confined to Churchill's next door, but there's nothing stopping someone from getting their confidence up with a few stiff drinks and then plunking down an entire month's salary on the Record Store Day exclusive releases available.  And, we think there is also a wee bit of a live musical component.

After this jump, get a detailed schedule of how the day will play out, and a list of the many acts that will build to the frothing, insane performance by No Age in the evening.
 

Sweatstock/Record Store Day Schedule:

Outside:
Black Bobby - 2pm
MillionYoung - 2.45pm
Pure Imagination / Raffa & Rainer - 3.30
Rachel Goodrich - 4pm
Beings - 4.45pm
Animal Tropical - 5.30pm
Jacuzzi Boys - 6.15pm
ANR - 7pm
Otto Von Schirach - 8pm
NO AGE - 9pm

Inside:
DJ Hottpants - noon
Induce - 1pm
Patrick Walsh - 2pm
Mr. Pharmacist - 3pm
DJ Le Spam - 4pm
Contra - 5pm
Panic Bomber - 6pm
DJ Mike Deuce - 7pm
DJ Tom Laroc - 8pm
DJ Juan Basshead + MC Jumanji - 9pm

The music continues directly after No Age at Churchill's for Sweatstock Stage 2 with live performances by:

Nil Lara
Jesse Jackson
BFGF
Arboles Libres
Cosmo
Radar Vs Wolf
Sam Friend
Alukard
Radioboxer
The Cornerstoners
Rhaja Khan
Dyslexic Postcards
Telekinetic Walrus & The Pride of Ions
and probably more!

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Reed Fischer
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