will be among hundreds of independently-owned music stores around the world celebrating Record Store Day on Saturday.
The fifth annual celebration aims to promote the culture and role record stores play in a community.
At Amoeba's Hollywood location there will be exclusive Record Store Day titles available for purchase. See the full list here: Download PDF.
More store promotions include a gift bag with purchase, 20 to 40 percent off turntables, 20 percent off all headphones and lamps. Fans can also log-in to Twitter and follow @Amoebamusic to enter ticket giveaways.
In addition, we're passing along the following line-up published in their e-newsletter:
Starting at Noon Limited Edition RSD Silk Screening [Supplies Limited]
Brought to you by our friends at Junk Food Clothing, Family Industries and Anti-/Epitaph Records. Donate $5 to The Silverlake Conservatory of Music and pick one of four RSD designs to go on a Junk Food Clothing T-Shirt.
1PM-4PM Spin Our Prize Wheel
Spin our prize wheel for great prizes and to raise money for the Silverlake Conservatory. $1 per spin to win cool stuff - from Eskuche headphones and Amoeba Gift Certificates to Natural History Museum tickets and RSD goodies.
1PM Brendan Canning [DJ Set]
The new Cookie Duster album, When Flying Was Easy, from Brendan Canning (Broken Social Scene) and fellow Toronto musicians Bernard Maiezza, Jeen O'Brien, Damon Richardson, comes out May 15th. Their first official release is their Two Feet Stand Up 7" out on RSD.
3PM ††† [DJ Set]
††† (Crosses) is Chino Moreno (Deftones), Shaun Lopez (Far) & Chuck Doom from Los Angeles, CA. In honor of Record Store Day 2012, the band is releasing a limited 7" Double A-Side.
6-8PM David Lynch Foundation (at Space15Twenty)
David Lynch Foundation & Amoeba Music celebrate Music That Changes The World with an RSD party! Live performances from Ben Lee, Geeta Novotny & Phil Soussan. Plus guest DJs Gary Calamar (89.9 KCRW) and Mimi Chen (100.3 The Sound). There will be special coffee drinks courtesy of Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf and a cool RSD photo booth (donations to the David Lynch Foundation are appreciated and encouraged)!
This event is open to the public, but space is limited. Wristbands will be available at Space15Twenty at 5pm on Saturday.