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Welcome! We are Vinyl Revolution, a brand new independent record store created by music lovers.  Our mission is to save the world from a soul-less shopping experience. Records do not belong in supermarkets!

Whether you are a lifelong vinyl fan searching for a rare vintage record or discovering vinyl records for the very first time, we are here to help. Music is our passion. Whether you meet us online or in person at one of our pop up shops you will find us friendly, helpful and knowledgeable. Music snobbery does not exist at Vinyl Revolution!

Music is iconic and so are the legends that make it. We celebrate both and have channelled more than sixty years of pop culture into our clothing, posters and quirky home stuff. Young or old we’ve got you covered. So come join us and be part of the revolution.

Big Gold Dream (The Sound Of Young Scotland) DVD review

05.03.17

I love Scottish Pop. If Spearmint hadn't already written a song about it (it's on their 2001 LP A Different Lifetime) I would have. But it's fair to say that Scotland's role in the development of punk and indie bands has been largely swept under the carpet over the years. Big Gold Dream goes a long way to rectifying this and sets out the vitally important part Scottish independent labels Fast Product and Postcard Records played between 1978-82. It takes mavericks to start bands and record labels alike. Throughout this film, Big Gold Dream shows us that Scotland had more than its fair share of both.

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Vinyl Revolution Celebrates Success - An article by KentLive

12.01.17

After three fantastic months in Tunbridge Wells we were delighted to be able to give one last interview to Will Harrison of KentLive before we closed.

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Record of the Week

Hey Mr Ferryman

Mark Eitzel

Mark Eitzel has been making music since the mid-eighties, originally with the vastly underrated American Music Club and more recently as a vastly underrated solo artist. Get the picture? Nevertheless, Mark returns here with a confident and focused album tastefully produced by Bernard Butler (yes, THAT BB, once of Suede). On paper it's an odd pairing but the results are, in places, devastatingly beautiful. Echoes of Nick Drake, John Martyn and Leonard Cohen are all filtered through Mark's trademark melancholy musings.

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