Welcome! We are Vinyl Revolution, a 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 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, art and quirky home stuff. Young or old we’ve got you covered. So come join us and be part of the revolution.
You all know our views on cheap all-in-one record players. They look cute but they are rubbish! They break down, slow down, sound terrible and damage your vinyl. Now for some good news - Pro-Ject have just unveiled the new Juke Box E turntable - a stylish quality engineered turntable with built-in amplifier. All you need to add is a set of speakers! It's the perfect Christmas record player and it's arriving at Vinyl Revolution this week. Come down to take a look and listen!Read More »
Last year we were absolutely thrilled to have our t-shirt featuring the Johnny Rotten quote "Dont Accept The Old Order Get Rid Of It" featured in The Guardian newspaper's 2016 Christmas Gift Guide. We were only 3 months old and it was incredible! This year we are just as excited to be featured again in their 2017 Christmas Gift Guide, not once but twice! They have featured our Bowie Bolt babygro in their printed Christmas Gift Guide and our Bowie Bolt Kids T-shirt (in black) in their online Christmas Gift Guide. Click here for a link.Read More »
Technically this was re-issued a few weeks ago but completely sold out due to the first showing of the wonderful and heartbreaking documentary Freedom. It feels as if a whole nation has been reminded what a talented songwriter and performer George was. Forget the tacky way the tabloids sensationalised George's troubles and revel in the sumptousness of this brilliant album. George you are already so sadly missed. Thank you for a very worthy Album of The Week.View Record