The beat goes on: Bri­tain’s top record shops

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Spillers Records, Cardiff

First opened in 1894, Spillers is the world’s old­est record shop. It first sold phono­graphs, wax phono­graph cylin­ders and shel­lac phono­graph discs, but now con­cen­trates on independent mu­sic from a wide range of gen­res

Harold Moores Records, Soho, Lon­don W1

One of the best sources of new and sec­ond­hand clas­si­cal mu­sic and jazz vinyl in Lon­don and—per­haps—the UK

Rough Trade East, Brick Lane, Lon­don E1

One of the big­gest and most suc­cess­ful record shops in the UK, with a cof­fee shop, ex­hi­bi­tion space and live venue

Ban­quet Records, Kingston upon Thames

Sur­rey’s largest record shop rose like a phoenix from the ashes of the Beg­gars Ban­quet shops. It also has its own record la­bel

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