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A pop-up record shop and café has opened in Gap's Oxford Street branch

American retail giant Gap will be expanding its range from preppy casualwear to include vinyl and piping hot beverages – at its London flagship store, at least. As of this morning, Clapton's Lion Coffee + Records has opened a pop-up café and record shop, which will be in Gap's Oxford Street branch until Record Store Day (April 16).

Not only will you be able to pick up a latte with the latest Libertines album, but you'll also be able to sit and enjoy live music and DJs almost every afternoon. Acts confirmed so far include up-and-comers Coves, DeLooze and Davey James performing acoustic sets, plus Man Like Me, Toy's Charlie Salvidge and Chris Hayden from Florence + The Machine on the decks. The full line-up so far can be found on Facebook.

Flick through more music at one of London's best record shops.

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