Maidenhead, United Kingdom


Sister Ray RecordsLondon, Greater London • November 13, 2011

When Selectadisc closed down, Sister Ray upped sticks from the pokey paradise by the market and moved in. Great mix of CDs, vinyl and t-shirts & immortalised on the cover of Oasis' What's the Story...

FoppLondon, Greater London • November 20, 2011

The last London remnant of the indie chain who flew too close to the sun. New owners HMV deserve credit for retaining much of the store's soul & bargains aplenty can still be found across its 3 floors

Rough Trade Records (West)London, Greater London • November 19, 2011

The spiritual successor to the original shop which Geoff Travis opened around the corner at 202 Kensington Park Rd in 1976


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