The world’s smallest record shop returns to London in April

Lilliputian Record Store Day amusements in north London.

The world’s smallest record shop will return for the second year on April 18 courtesy of indie label Ample Play. Founded in 2014 by Cornershop duo and keen record collectors Tjinder Singh and Ben Ayres, the miniature outlet was inspired by E. F. Schumacher’s Small Is Beautiful: A Study Of Economics As If People Mattered.

The shop will be open from 11am to 5pm at 256 Albion Road in Stoke Newington. After that, the title of tiniest record shop is expected to return to Peterborough’s Marrs Plectrum Records, which launched last October.

While you’re on the trail of London’s eccentric record shops, find out where that boat full of vinyl is currently docked and check out our photos from Do!! You!!!, Peckham’s latest opening.

Check out the full list of Record Store Day releases and read RSD’s statement in response to being accused of “betraying” small labels. [via The Vinyl Factory]