One of the world’s best DJs has chosen to celebrate World Record Store Day in Stroud this year.

Tom Findlay, one half of the UK electronic dance and chill-out duo Groove Armada, will be playing two intimate DJ sets on Saturday, April 13 as part of the celebrations in the town.

The famous DJ, who has released eight studio albums and singles such as I See You Baby and Superstylin with his musical partner Andy Cato as part of Groove Armada will be joined by Stroud’s own DJ superstars Mr Mulatto and Frank Situation from Situation Sounds to celebrate their own collaboration.

Love on the Attack will officially be released by Tom AKA Sugar Daddy on Record Store Day, and he will be taking to the decks alongside Mr Mulatto and Frank Situation at Trading Post Records at 3pm to the delight of fans.

The 12” transparent vinyl also featured choice remixes from Natasha Kitty Katt, the Situation DJs and another musician from Stroud - Dom Thompson.

Frank Situation has also revealed that Tom had chosen an ‘intimate’ venue in Stroud for another gig later that evening.

“Tom Findlay chose the SVA as he wanted a more intimate venue so that he could play the tunes he doesn’t normally get to play out,” Frank explained.

“We look forward to celebrating the release of Love on the Attack in the evening and onto the early hours of Sunday morning.”

The first 25 people through the door at the SVA will receive a limited 12” record from Sugar Daddy on Stroud’s Situationism label.

l Sugar Daddy: Love on the Attack Release Party, Stroud Valleys Artspace, 9pm - 2am, Saturday, April 13. Tickets £15 (adv) from