This new book takes you inside London’s independent record shops

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A 60-stop vinyl tour.

A new book called Vinyl London: A Guide to Independent Record Shops has been published by ACC Art Books.

Read more: The world’s best record shops #012: Phonica Records, London

Written by Tom Greig with original photography by Sam Mellish, Vinyl London visits sixty independent record shops, stalls, cafés and fairs in the city.

Organised by location – Soho, North, East, South, West, Suburbs, Markets, Vinyl Cafes – it includes maps, addresses, opening times and information about stock.

Featured locales include Phonica Records, Alan’s, Crypt Of The Wizard, Spiritland, and the Independent Label Market.

Vinyl London is part of a series by ACC Art Books exploring creative scenes in the capital.

Head here for more info, and check out a selection of images from the book below.

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