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Rough Trade Records (West)

Record Shop
Kensington and Chelsea, London
  • Rob W.
    "Easy to lose track of time"(3 Tips)
    Tonic Music
    "Nigel is your guy if you're looking for deep and obscure."(3 Tips)
    Morgans Hotel Group
    "real independent record store"(2 Tips)
    James B.
    "Best music shop bar none."(4 Tips)
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  • Aris G.
    Aris GalatisAugust 30, 2014
    If you are into (older) rock & rock 'n' roll, then this is your place. Amazing record store. You can find some well hidden gems. Don't be afraid to ask the guys for help. Extremely knowledgable
  • Theresa T 💞
    Theresa T 💞August 8, 2014
    You can easily loose track of time while browsing all they have to offer
  • Claire S.
    Claire StonesMay 8, 2014
    Quite a small store, so try not to go in heavily ladened as it will reduce your ability to check out the stock.
  • Jannik L.
    Jannik LennartMay 3, 2014
    great diversity and dont forget to go downstairs for second hand records! Besides that prices are quite high so look somewhere else first!
  • Joseph D.
    Joseph DentApril 13, 2013
    the time sure does fly here ;)
  • Rob W.
    Rob WebbApril 12, 2013
    Easy to lose track of time in here, like stumbling across a musical gold mine.
  • Morgans Hotel Group
    Morgans Hotel GroupAugust 15, 2012
    Trading at this location since 1983, this is as close as you can get to the original Rough Trade! A real independent record store, the walls are adorned with amazing original posters artwork & sleeves
  • Simon V.
    Lose track of time as you browse the expertly curated selection, specializing in indie and postpunk. Don't miss the vintage vinyl section downstairs!
  • Xiao X.
    Xiao XiaoJanuary 10, 2012
  • orfy
    orfyNovember 19, 2011
    Been here 25+ times
    The spiritual successor to the original shop which Geoff Travis opened around the corner at 202 Kensington Park Rd in 1976
  • Tonic Music
    Tonic MusicMarch 14, 2011
    Nigel is your guy if you're looking for deep and obscure.
  • Drowned in Sound
    Drowned in SoundJanuary 25, 2011
    Where it all started. An overwhelming amount of great independent music and hard to find limited editions squeezed into a small shop. Ask Sean or Nigel some questions and you'll learn a helluva lot. Read more
  • James B.
    James BurrowsApril 12, 2010
    Best music shop bar none. Very lucky to have it in the area. Nigel is a God. Nothing he doesn't know about music.
  • MIllie M.
    MIllie MApril 27, 2014
    Hay un Photobooth, cuesta 3 pounds ♥
  • Sandra K.
    Sandra KisicSeptember 15, 2011
    Kupte si tam plátěnou tašku s logem. A hrdě v ní noste vinyly.
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