RECORD Store Day is this Saturday, with shops around Scotland celebrating the community spirit of independent record shop culture. More than 500 new records will be released on the big day, with some shops extending opening hours to deal with demand.

Monorail in Glasgow presents a free all-ages day of live music from 2pm, with guests including Rise Kagona (ex-Bhundu Boys), Wet Look, riot grrrl duo Bratakus, Aidan Moffat and RM Hubbert and the debut performance from Lead Sister, aka Adele Bethel from Sons and Daughters.

At Love Music, also in Glasgow, the live music starts at 2.30pm with Fallen Arches, followed by an acoustic Glasvegas set from James and Robert Allan. The live music continues throughout the day with further guests including Adam Smith and The Hector Collectors, funk band Tom McGuire and The Brassholes and “surf psych rockabilly craziness” from The Beat Poets, The Bikini Bottoms and The Brothel Corpse Trio.

Over at Edinburgh’s Assai Records, the Grindlay Street store celebrates its biggest Record Store Day yet by extending opening hours from 8am to 7pm, and offering early risers breakfast from their friends at Preachers Patisserie and coffee (£1) in the queue.

Aidan Moffat and RM Hubbert are also live guests at Dundee’s Assai Records in Broughty Ferry, which also opens its doors at 8am. As they note, the RSD special releases are “sold on a first come first served basis”, so get down early for breakfast from Visocchi’s Cafe.