Phonica Records

London, England, United Kingdom

Phonica Records was established in September 2003 by founders Simon Rigg and set up shop in Soho, London, adding to the high concentration of independent records stores that inhabited the area around Berwick Street. Founders; Simon Rigg, Heidi Vanden Amstel and Tom Relleen joined The Vinyl Factory with the aim of creating an exciting outlet for innovative dance music, traversing all sub-genres and cultures. Over the past decade the emporium has developed into a well-respected destination for DJs and enthusiasts, and has subsequently become a bustling hive of conversation and inspiration as part of a wider community of music lovers.

While trends and movements in music have grown and faded over these years, Phonica has always remained in a state of evolution. It is this openness to change alongside a commitment to it's original ethos and an enduring ardour for quality, cutting-edge sounds that has fuelled the shop's staying power.
51 Poland St, Soho, London W1F, UK
+44 (0)20 7025 6070
  • Monday 11:30 19:30
  • Tuesday 11:30 19:30
  • Wednesday 11:30 19:30
  • Thursday 11:30 20:00
  • Friday 11:30 20:00
  • Saturday 11:30 19:30
  • Sunday 12:00 18:00
Also Sells
  • Accessories
  • Clothing
  • Headphones
  • Earplugs
  • Magazines
  • Books
  • Record Bags
  • Record Boxes
  • Slipmats
  • Speakers
  • Turntables


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I am looking for partnership who can supply 10,000 or more classical and pop LP every months at GBP 0.30 per LP. The bulk shouldn't include Opera, miner company's LPs,non valuable LPs, country, movie OST, musical,comedy, Readers digest set and 30s~40s swing jazz, but other Jazz and blues are good for me. The records which once was on the billboard 100 chart are welcome. Also the conditions of LP should be better than EX, VG is not good for me.
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Best Regards

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