shednotes10 – A FILOFACTS ON RECORD SHOPS

More work to be done on this, no doubt, but here are some surviving indie record shops, as listed by Guardian and its readers in 2014, with a couple of additional notes from The Shed …

Birmingham – Swordfish Records and The Diskery
Bristol – Rise Record Shop
Cardiff – Spillers
Carmarthen – Tangled Parrot
Chester – Grey & Pink
Dublin – Freebird Records
Dundee – Groucho’s
Edinburgh – Avalanche
Glasgow – Monorail
Godalming – Record Corner
Guildford – People and Ben’s Records
Hackney Wick – Vinyl Pimp
Holt, Norfolk – Holt Vinyl Volt
Kingston on Thames – Banquet Records
Leeds – Jumbo Records and Relics Records
Lewes – Union Music
Liverpool – Probe Records

London – Sister Ray, Denmark St, and Out On The Floor and Sounds That Swing, Camden Town
see also
Flashback in Crouch End and on Essex Road – 10/10 http://flashback.co.uk/
Audio Gold at bottom of Ally Pally hill – 10/10 http://audiogold.co.uk/

Malvern – Carnival Records
Manchester – King Bee, Chorlton, and Beatin Rhythm, Tib St
Marlborough – Sound Knowledge
Newcastle – Steel Wheels
Norwich – Soundclash
Nottingham – The Music Exchange and The Music Inn
Oxford – Truck Store
Porthmadog – Cob Records
Preston – Action
Reading – In The Groove
Rye – Grammar School Records
Sheffield – Record Collector

Southsea – Pie & Vinyl Café
Stirling – Europa Records
Sunderland – Hot Rats
Totnes – The Drift Record Shop

endsfornow

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