All Night Flight Records is a physical and online select record store dealing in predominately left-field, experimental, electronic and worldwide sounds. New and used records are sold, bought at traded. Full Details Coming Soooon!
This is an excellent little shop combined with a Cafe and is well worth your attention. Take a 10 min train ride from relatively booming Manchester to Stockport you’ll see evidence all around of how big towns and cities around the country are struggling to cope with the huge change in retail shopping habits shifting […]
Like most smaller towns, Altrincham has seen record shops come and go. Older readers will recall it had a Virgin Records in the town centre, a branch of Omega Records, Double Four and several others. More recently, Beatnik, Honey Bee and Soda have come and gone all too quickly – all victims not of the […]
Don’t let the shop sign fool you…this fine little bookshop also has an absolute gem of a Record Shop in it’s basement. Down the white stone steps you’ll find a wall full of music related books, and beyond that a well stock room full of Vinyl and CD. Most of the stock is second hand […]
If you’ve exhausted your regular haunts it’s time to look further afield. Urmston (birthplace Herman’s Hermits Peter Noone no less) is easily reached from Manchester by train and just down the road from the station you’ll find two shops in one. ‘Music for the Soul’ also incorporates ‘Dave’s Rare CDs’. Vinyl may be the hip […]
Tucked away in Lady Hayes Craft centre in Frodsham, Convoy isn’t the easiest Record Shop to reach but well worth the visit. There’s lots of interesting stuff at the Lady Hayes Centre and it’s in a nice location so you can make a bit of a day of it – you might even spot […]
Discgotech sells Comic Books and Movie related collectibles, Star Wars figures and the like but you may be interested to learn they also sell 2nd hand Vinyl, ranging from Indie to Reggae and especially Punk. They also offer a CD/DVD repair service so if, like me, you believed it when Tomorrow’s World on the BBC […]
Review coming soon! Read about the Musical Box here: http://www.liverpoolecho.co.uk/whats-on/music/ahead-record-store-day-jade-3320692 and watch a documentary about it!
Skeleton Records has a long history, opened by John Weaver in 1971 – and described as a patchouli scented Head shop that specialised in rare imports , underground press and hippy paraphernalia. The name of the shop was apparently taken from a Syd Barrett song – If It’s in You (“Skeleton Kissed a Steel Rail”). […]
OK I should declare an interest – Dig is owned by some very good friends of ours – but if it was no good I’d tell you *and* them so take my word for it! For a city that is steeped in musical history, and relies on music-related tourism for a large chunk of its […]