Pie & Vinyl’s first ever Record Store Day

Pie & Vinyl’s first ever Record Store Day

This saturday is Pie & Vinyl’s first ever Record Store Day, owners Rob and Steve are putting on a show for all the lovely people of Southsea, those who have supported them and those who are yet to experience Pie & Vinyl.

For one day only, they will be turning the whole shop into a record store (pies will still be available to take away). Also available will be lots of exciting exclusive pressings from your favourite artists, there will be something for everyone. Co-owner Rob says “We want to enjoy the day along with everyone else so there will be myself, Steve and a couple more staff on hand to talk music, pies and offer any assistance.”

Rob and Steve have arranged some exciting live acoustic sets from Portsmouth and Southsea’s favourite son’s (and daughter).

1000 – B of the Bang (recently featured here on Strong Island)
1200 – The Retrospective Soundtrack Players
1400 – Andrew Foster
1600 – The Day of the Rabblement

Rob adds “We are so excited to help promote the local music scene, and all of the bands playing will have the opportunity to sell their merchandise on the day. We are also stocking vinyl from other local acts, including the lovely Curxes new single ‘Haunted Gold’.”

They will be opening the doors at 9am sharp! I had my first taste of Pie & Vinyl yesterday and loved it. The service was great, the place looks superb and the food was delicious. Whatever the weather I thoroughly recommend you take a trip to Castle Road this saturday.

Photo’s taken by Charlie Thompson


  1. Matt Wingett

    19 April

    Love it! I will go along today!

  2. Phil

    19 April

    A delicious pie eaten in a warm, friendly and nostalgic surrounding. Whether a music lover, pie enthusiast or overwhelmed with curiosity, I strongly recommend you check this place out.

  3. Stuart Barker

    20 April

    Personally my favourite place in Southsea a the moment!

  4. Spelling (and Grammar) Bee

    24 April

    No need for an apostrophe in ‘photos’…..

    The apostrophe is used:

    To indicate the possessive.
    To indicate missing letters.
    Sometimes to indicate the structure of unusual words.

    This is a free service provided by the Spelling (and Grammar) Bee.

  5. Stuart Barker

    26 April

    Noted Bee.

  6. Eugene

    27 April

    this is purely aimed at “Spelling (and Grammar) Bee”.

  7. Tristan Savage

    27 April

    Now now children. Ha.

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