This virtual Aladdin's cave of new and secondhand vinyl records occupies an historic Paddington store
Plugging itself as a guitar shop like no other, this quirky laneway outfit is run by a bunch of vintage guitar nuts who are telling the truth.
Hidden away in a vast dimly lit room, upstairs in an Adelaide St building lies the largest collection of vinyl records
Ensconced in the original 1885 Ithaca Shire Presbyterian church atop a ridge is this simply beautiful violin shop with spectacular city views.
As recently as the late ’80’s Sir Joh’s police force regularly raided this cult store in a search for ‘obscene’ material whilst turning a blind eye to the considerable serious vices occurring elsewhere around town.
Commercial radio refugees and those who despair at the quality of downloads might want to hoof it to this fabulous little record and CD shop.
An absolute goldmine of music past and present – CD’s and records – with a plenitude of street art supplies.
Book now for An American in Paris
CONTENT RESUMES ON SCROLL
ADVERTISEMENT