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Welcome! We are Vinyl Revolution, a young INDEPENDENT store that is all about the music.  Our mission is to make buying records fun.  You will find us friendly, helpful and knowledgeable. Music snobbery does not exist at Vinyl Revolution!

We are MORE THAN A RECORD STORE! 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 own range of Clothing, Art and quirky Home Stuff which are made ethically & sustainably. 

Young or old we’ve got you covered. So come join us and be part of the revolution.

Introducing Reece, our first Vinyl Revolution Ambassador

31.05.19

We boast of having the best customers in the World and there is no finer example than Reece. Reece has been a regular visitor to Vinyl Revolution since we first opened our doors in Brighton and his visits are always memorable. Reece's passion for music knows no bounds, he lives and breathes it!

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Little Triggers blew us away and they're back playing live in Brighton on Sunday7th July

25.05.19

Little Triggers arrived in-store following some excellent reviews of debut album 'Loaded Gun'. There's a real buzz about the band which reaches overseas to France and Germany where the band have been honing their set over the last 18 months, Having played their LP all week ('Loaded Gun' is our Record Of The Week) an instore set was just what we needed. Within seconds of taking to the stage it was easy to see why they are one of the most talked about up and coming bands. These guys are on fire!

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Record of the Week

Joy Division - Unknown Pleasures (40th Anniversary Re-Issue) Record of the Week (Limited Ed Red Vinyl)

Joy Division

It's strange seeing the phrase '40th Anniversary Edition' on the front of Joy Division's Unknown Pleasures. Incredibly, it has gone from indie's best-kept secret to one of the immortals. On it's initial release in 1979, sales were slow but constant - and throughout 1980 and beyond it kept selling in ever greater quantities. Back in those pre-internet days I was still at school and buying Unknown Pleasures meant membership to an unspoken clan of closely-knit people who just knew it was something special.

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