Music Shops in Bristol Reviews
Newest Review: ... Soul, Jazz, Funk, Reggae, World, Indie plus various other styles. Although mostly on CD, there are also racks for vinyl (LPs and 12 inches), focusing mainly on Hip-hop, Soul, Funk etc. as opposed to Drum'n'Bass/Techno. Each style is clearly categorised in easy-to-sift- through racks. If you have difficulty making a decision with all this choice, they are keen to offer a listening service. One clear advantage Imperial has over many other record shops is that the stock turnover is high and new music is introduced every week. This minimises the annoyance of returning every week having to pick through the same old dusty CDs hoping t... more
Customer Music Shops in Bristol Reviews (2)
by - written on 30/05/03, updated on 30/05/03
BANGBANG RECORDS BRISTOL - Advantages: Dance Music Specialist, THE shop for DJ's, Vinyl Only-loads of promos and white labels - Disadvantages: Too many good records!
by - written on 05/12/00, updated on 05/12/00 (Very useful, 598 readings)
Imperial Music record shop was established around the end of 1996. Since then, I have built up the majority of my music collection with purchases (both good and bad) from Imperial. For me, it arrived at a time when Bristol was crying out for a decent, centrally-located record shop. OK, so there is Replay and numerous other more specialist places as well as the standard HMV and Virgin Megastore but none of these shops deliver the service that one gets at Imperial. The first concern for a good record shop is what it actually stocks. Imperial makes a special effort to cater for most tastes. Within its racks, you will find most types of dance music, Hip-hop, Soul, ... Read the complete review