I had never really explored that suburb for that particular aspect of it, apart from occasional visits to Classic Hifi who were not participating this year, their emphasis being more on gear.
And my report will be biased toward gear as well! You have been warned...
So let's go on a wander together!
HUM - 271 King Street
Pretty average in terms of the sound system itself.
EGG RECORDS - 3 Wilson Street
Good vintage set of speakers and electronic together with a current AudioTechnica rig to play vinyls. Do pay it a visit, worth the little detour via Wilson Street just off King Street.
REPRESSED RECORDS - 413 King Street
A self-service headphone based turntable system lets you sample the records you might want to buy, a great idea!
SOMETHING ELSE RECORDS - 488 King Street
If you are into things like Dub Techno, Tech House, Electro and other esoteric - to me - genres, then this is the place for you. A tad too rad for me though...
HALCYON DAZE RECORDS - 498 King Street
NETWORK CONNECTION RECORDS - 463 King Street
I bought the Amy Winehouse Lioness: Hidden Treasures album there, released after her untimely death...
PAPA DISQUO - 103 Enmore Road
COTTONMOUTH RECORDS - 182 Enmore Road
There is a tiny dark room at the back named as the whisky room that I might go back for per public transport to sample some of their great collection of single malts. Stay tuned...