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Around the World in 80 Record Stores
Around the World in 80 Record Stores
Around the World in 80 Record Stores
Around the World in 80 Record Stores
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Around the World in 80 Record Stores

Hardie Grant

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Imagine how excited we were when we discovered that Josh's band was actually in this book!

Wax Museum is the Melbourne rep in this excellent collection of record stores.

Perfect for the music lover or travel enthusiast in your life.

 

ALSOOoo whilst we're on the topic of record stores we recommend checking out these Melbourne shops.

Northside Records 

Rocksteady

Plug Seven

 

Travel the music shop world from the comfort of this book.

 

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Revealing the best places on the planet to buy records, this is a must-read for all vinyl lovers, crate diggers, and music fans.

 

Looking for the best place in Europe to buy electronic music? Want to get lost in the racks of the world’s biggest independent record store? Are you constantly in search of the undiscovered, the original, the cult, the lost classics? Around the World in 80 Records Stores offers a unique look at where music lovers need to go to feed their addiction for new records. Boasting a truly global outlook—with record stores everywhere from Iceland and India to the coolest cities in Europe, the US, UK, plus the mecca for crate diggers that is Japan—and showcasing the best places to buy house, indie, jazz, rock, hip-hop, afrobeat, and everything in between, this is an essential companion for all record junkies.

 

About the Author

 

Marcus Barnes is a music journalist and current Techno Editor at Mixmag, European Editor at US festival website Fest300, and Creative Director of Don't Lose The Magic. Marcus contributes regularly Time Out, Thump, i-D and many more, and is the author of global festival guide Around The World In 80 Raves. Marcus is based in South London, UK.