ABOUT VINYL HUNTER
At Vinyl Hunter our aim is to create a niche not currently fulfilled in our counties. An eclectic, handpicked stock of both vintage and newly-released records, all in the relaxed space of our record cafe. Whilst music is our passion we hope that the store will appeal to a collective of creativity, offering opportunities for live music and events, alongside an area to exhibit local art to the community.
Our team's personal tastes will influence the characteristics of the store, and we will provide you with knowledge and guidance of your preferred genres and tastes. We offer that misused but still important term, an alternative.
Young Fathers return with Cocoa Sugar - the twelve track album is released via Ninja Tune and follows the group’s previous two albums
A Man I’d Rather Be Part 2
A Man I’d Rather Be (Part II) comprises Jansch’s late ’60s and early ’70s output, an under-rated era, no doubt influenced by the now well-established Pentangle sound.
Spance Jungle Luv
Oneness Of Juju
The message was enormously positive on the debut Oneness of Juju record, and for the follow-up, bandleader Plunky Branch developed a lighter, more free sound to parallel the consciousness-raising themes.
The Skull Eclipses
The Skull Eclipses
Known respectively for their independent work as Botany and Lushlife, Spencer Stephenson and Raj Haldar selected their collaborative mantle, The Skull Eclipses, when the album became more than just a one-plus-one combination of their individual sounds.
All That Must Be
George Fitzgerald returns with his second album, All That Must Be. A mesmeric and transportive collection of songs that firmly establishes him as a preeminent figure in the electronic music world and a rare example of a musician capable of making the transition from club producer to album artist.