Spinning Discs Sheffield is an independent record shop established to give music lovers in Sheffield a place to meet, relax, drink coffee and browse new, reissue and select second hand vinyl in a friendly community environment. We are not a global. We value our Customers, their views and comments.

We cater across the very wide board of musical tastes from Indie to Classical and Hip Hop to Metal.

If we don’t happen to cater for a Customer’s taste then we always welcome a discussion to see what we can do.

We want you to enjoy the experience of spending time browsing through physical records and perhaps chancing upon something you fancy or even just liking the cover art and thinking “why not”.  We believe that the age of the physical format is here to stay.  So let’s get physical.

If you love music and love vinyl then Spinning Discs Sheffield is definitely worth a visit.

Record Emporium

Record EmporiumAt our Record Emporium in the rear of Spinning Discs Sheffield we’ve got over 1,600 select second hand records for you to browse at your leisure.

From sound effects to sound tracks to ambient to classic rock to classical.  You’ll find an eclectic mix to browse and dig.  Come along, grab a coffee and spend some time finding something you never expected to find.

Do you have records that you no longer listen to?

We buy used records and can offer you cash or credit for them.

We are interested loads of different genres including Indie, Punk, Post Punk, Rock, Soundtracks, New Wave, 60’s, 70’s, 80’s, Metal, Death Metal, Dance, Trance, Hardcore, Goth, Jazz, Industrial, Library, Folk, Indie and more.

Just pop them down to the shop or contact us by email or send us a text to 07521 450 111 and we can arrange for a visit.

Our Discogs store

We do list some items on our Discogs page.  If you do want to have a browse some of the stock that the shop has to offer on the world wide web then follow this link.


Record Cleaning Service


Got a vinyl collection that needs a little care and attention? We have a Keith Monks Record Cleaning machine in the shop. Bring us your crackle and popping treasures and we’ll put them through this classic process to bring them back to life.

Charges that apply (and include a new paper anti static sleeve) are £2.50 per album / 12″ single or £1.50 for a 7″ single.


Record Store Day 2017 – 22nd April

This year saw the 10th Anniversary of Record Store Day on Saturday 22nd April.

Spinning Discs Sheffield teamed up with our wonderful neighbours at Wah Wahs and The Tramshed to have a full day of enjoyment through live music, great food and fantastic beverages.

Thanks for coming along, joining us and joining in!

If you caught any of the Live Music at Wah Wah’s between 12pm and 7pm then check more of their material by looking at the links below

12pm – Joe Charnley
1pm – Spoken Word / Poetry from Richard C. Bower (https://www.facebook.com/Richard-C-Bower-229650117191987/?fref=nf&pnref=story)
2pm – Penny (www.pennymusic.co.uk)
3pm – Long Strung Creatures (https://www.facebook.com/official.StrungLong/)
3.45pm – Rehash (www.facebook.com/rehash.sheffield/)
4.30pm – Tom Baxendale (https://tombaxendale.com/)
5.15pm – Otis Mensah (https://otismensah.bandcamp.com/)
6pm – High Hazels (www.highhazels.com)

Spinning Discs Sheffield returned with the Pick ‘N’ Mix Jukebox at The Tramshed

When we are open

Wednesday – 12pm until 7.30pm

Thursday12pm until 7.30pm

Friday12pm until 7.30pm

Saturday10.30am until 5pm

Sunday11am until 3pm

Where we are

Spinning Discs Sheffield
55 Chesterfield Road
S8 0RL

You can reach us by public transport on any of the following buses – 10, 20, 24, 25, 43, 43a, 44 or X17

Check out bus times and routes on the Travel South Yorkshire website here

Parking is free just around the corner on Valley Road or opposite in the Sloan Medical / Lidl car park

Contact us

Telephone or SMS 07521 450 111

Pre-orders / reservations

Fancy pre-ordering a new release that will be hitting the racks in a few weeks time?  We can pre-order vinyl for you to collect from the shop on the day of release.  Just send us an email to preorders, give us a call on 07521 450 111 or pop in to the shop to see us.

New Release



New In: Friday 13th October 2017

Lucky for some…Come and get your Friday 13th spooks at your favourite Vinyl Emporium!


Big week for electronic music…

Four Tet New Energy

The UK’s most influential producer is back with another highly anticipated album, this time he takes his recent oriental theme and applies is to that classic Four Tet club sound. Just when you think he’s hit his stride, he steps it up another level!

Daphni Joli Mai

The man behind Caribou is back with his second LP under his house moniker Daphni. A cracking LP full of weapons!

Also tons back in stock!

Sharon Jones & the Dap Kings Naturally, 100 Days 100 Nights, I Learned the Hard Way, Soul Time!, It’s a Holiday Soul Party
Charles Bradley No Time For Dreaming, Victim of Love, Changes
The O’Jays Give the People What They Want
WPC Ogilala
The White Buffalo Darkest Darks, Lightest Lights
Alice Cooper Pretties For You, Special Forces
Northern Soul All Nighter Anthems
Loving Vincent Original Music from the Film
Gordon Barenaked Ladies
Robert Plant Carry Fire
Green Day Nimrod.
Stormzy Gang Signs & Prayer
Lynne Shelby & Allison Moorer Not Dark Yet
Courtney Barnett A Sea Of Split Peas
Los Camaroes Resurrection Los
Courtney Barnett & Kurt Vile Lotta Sea Lice
Ten Watt Fever Dream Road
The Libertines Anthems for Doomed Youth
Bjork Selmasongs, Biophilia, Medulla
The Band Northern Lights – Southern Cross, The Band
Alabama Outlaw, Last Train to Mashville Vol 2.
Glass Animals How to Be a Human Being
Nirvana In Utero
Pulp This Is Hardcore, His ’n’ Hers, Different Class
Public Enemy It Takes a Nation of Millions to Hold Us Back, Fear of Being a Black Planet
Sneaker Pimps Becoming X
Slaves Are You Satisfied?
Rozi Plain Friend
The Sex Pistols Never Mind The Bollocks Here’s the Sex Pistols
St Vincent S/T
Astrid Williamson Requiem & Gallipoli
Laura Marling A Creature I Don’t Know
Flo Morrisey Tomorrow Will Be Beautiful
Bob Marley Exodus
Guns N’ Roses Appetite For Destruction, Use Your Illusion I + II
Florence + the Machine Lungs, Ceremonials, How Big, How Blue Beautiful

Get down and have a dig!


New In: Friday 6th October 2017

Do we neeeeeeed each other? Do we belieeeeeeve in one another? Almost certainly not (any more). Liam Gallagher’s gone fully solo, after all that Beady Eye business didn’t really work out, and it’s much, much better. Looks like the balance has been restored. As you were…


Liam Gallagher As You Were
Lana Del Rey Lust For Life
Andrew Hung Realisationship
Patrick Watson Close to Paradise + Wooden Arms
Paul Simon Graceland
Monk Misterioso (Recorded on Tour)
The Velvet Underground Loaded
Jane’s Addiction Nothing’s Shocking
Alice Cooper Love It to Death
The Replacements For Sale: Live at Maxwell’s 1986
P!nk Try This, missundaztood, Can’t Take Me Home

Get down and have a dig!



New In: 29th September

Loads of great new stuff in this week! Get down and have a dig!

Benjamin Clementine I Tell A Fly
Last year’s Mercury prize winner returns with a wonderful sophomore LP which takes on a whole new direction, away from his solo piano debut.

Wolf Alice Visions of A Life
One of the UK’s most exciting bands in recent years are back with their second LP. Highly recommended by the NME and Spinning Discs!

Amadou & Mariam LA Confusion
Everyone’s favourite blind singing couple return!

Also back in:
Katy Perry Witness
Marry Waterson & David A. Jaycock Death had Quicker Wings than Love
Paul Weller Mother Ethiopia
Black Stone Cherry Black to Blues
Depeche Mode the Best of Vol. 1
Blue Note All-Stars Our Point of View


New In: 22nd September

5 HUGE bands are back this week…get involved!

The Killers Wonderful Wonderful

Las Vegas rockers return to wonderful acclaim!

The Horrors V

The London goth-punk new-wave shoegazers return, with even more synths in hand!

Foo Fighters Concrete and Gold

The biggest rock band in the world are back with their 9th LP in 22 years.

Mogwai Every Country’s Sun

Scottish Post-rockers Mogwai also back with their 9th LP.

Mount Kimbie Love What Survives

Post-dubstep scenesters MK are back, with colloborations from King Krule, James Blake and Micachu.

Also in this week!

Black Country Communion BCCIV
The Rolling Stones Their Satanic Majesties Request
Dizzee Rascal Raskit
Angelo de Augustine Swim Inside the Moon
Seaway Vacation
The Babe Rainbow
Facepaint Happy Abandon
Kaleida Tear the Roots
Gary Numan Savage Songs from a Broken World
Playback: The Brian Wilson Anthology
Twin Peaks Music from the Limited Event Series, Limited Event Series Soundtrack
Van Morrison Roll with the Punches
Mazzy Star So Tonight That I Might See
I Love Bis Limited Edition 2xLP
Wayfaring Strangers Cosmic American Music
The 5,6,7,8’s Teenage Mojo Workout, Early Days Singles 1989-1996
Bonny Billy More Reverv
The Style Council Confessions of a Pop Group, Modernism: A New Decade
Hercules & Love Affair Omnion
Craig Armstrong The Space Between Us
Blink-182 California
Alexandra Savoir Belladonna of Sadness
Midnight Sister Saturn Over Sunset
Deer Tick Vol. 1, Vol. 2
Loma A Soul Music Love Affair
Depeche Mode Going Backwards (Remixes)
Cymbals Light in Your Mind
Public Service Broadcasting Inform Educate Entertain, The War Room, The Race For Space
Beyonce Lemonade
Bic Runga Close Your Eyes
Godspeed You! Black Emperor + 7”/poster, F# a# ∞, Lift Your Skinny Fists like Antennaes to Heaven
Ricky Ross Short Stories Vol. 1
Blue Velvet Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
Martha Courting Strong, Blisters in the Pit of my Heart
GizmodRome (Stewart Copeland of The Police, Mark King of Level 42, Adrian Belew of King Crimson and Victoria Cosma PFM)
GOAT Requiem, M
Bob Mould Beauty and Ruin
Big Thief Masterpiece
Wyclef Jean Carnival III
Angus & Julia Stone Snow
Paul Draper Spooky Action
Pinact The Part That No one Knows
Porcupine Tree Voyage 34
Big Daddy Kane Long Live the Kane
Burial Untrue
Sleaford Mods Austerity Dogs, Key Markets
Pulp Pulp It
Lee Ranaldo Electric Trim
The Stone Roses The Stone Roses, The Very Best
Experience Hendrix, The Very Best of Jimi Hendrix
Nothing But Thieves Broken Machine
Paramore After Laughter
Sparks Hippopotamus
Mad Professor meets Jah In the Midst of the Storm
Nick Mulvey Wake Up Now
Jay U Experience Enough is Enough
Francois Tusques Free Jazz
Jack Johnson All the Light Above It Too
Hifi Sean FT
Prophets of Rage
Mister Mellow Washed Out
Simo Rise & Shine
The Texas Gentlemen TX Jelly
Peter and the Test Tube Babies, That Shallot
Fink, Resurgam

Get down and have a dig!

New In: 1st September 2017

6 highly anticipated albums new in this week! “Dreams”… definitely the state of affairs in 2017!

LCD Soundsystem “American Dream”
Everything Everything “A Fever Dream”
Haim “Something to Tell You”
Queens of the Stone Age “Villains”
Bicep “Bicep”
Mogwai “Every Country’s Sun” (Limited Edition)
The Script “Freedom Child”

Northern Irish duo Bicep’s debut is finally out after years of teasing tunes with their live show, catch it at Hope Works at Halloween. A fine album crossing the boundaries of house, techno, italo-disco and electro!

QOTSA’s new album’s is finally here, produced by Mark Ronson no less!

And LCD Soundsystem return…just 6 years after they “broke up for good”. Still, we’re not complaining!

New Box Sets

The Verve Urban Hymns 3x double LPs (Original Album Remastered, All the B-sides + Live at Haigh Hall in 98!)
Midnight Oil Complete Box Set (11 Studio Albums + 2 EPs)

Also back in stock this week!

The Dog’s D’Amour Swingin The Bottles BBC Radio Sessions
Portishead Roseland NYC Live
Foster the People Torches, Supermodel
Ryan Adams Ashes & Fire
The Stone Roses Very Best Of
The Clash Give ‘Em Enough Rope, London Calling, The Clash, Combat Rock
First Aid Kit Stay Gold
Foo Fighters Sonic Highways
Primal Scream Screamadelica
Them The “Angry” Young Them!”, Them Again
Carole King Tapestry
Daft Punk Random Access Memories
A Tribe Called Quest We Got It From Here…Thank You
Tender Modern Addiction
Emiliana Torrini Fisherman’s Woman
Small Faces Greatest Hits The Immediate Years 1967-1969
Fleet Foxes Fleet Foxes, Helplessness Blues
Beast Epic Iron & Wine
Gordi Reservoir
Nadine Shah Holiday Destination
Riddimentary Suns of Dub
The Ramones Pet Sematary
New Order Waiting for the Siren’s Call
Underworld Beaucoup Fish
Belle and Sebastian It Could Have Been a Brilliant Career, Girls in Peacetime Want to Dance
Lost Highway Original Soundtrack
Sid & Nancy Love Kills Soundtrack
Decade Neil Young
Strange Fruit Nina Simone

Come and have a dig and listen to the new ones!


New In: Friday 18th August 2017

OK you might have missed it the first time round but this NOTOK. OKNOTOK BACK IN STOCK!

And a ton of other great stuff!

Radiohead “OKNOTOK – OK Computer 3xLP Reissue”
Edwyn Collins “Understated”
Joanne Shaw Taylor “The Dirty Truth”, “Wild”
Belle & Sebastian “The Boy With the Arab Strap”, “Tigermilk”
Teenage Fanclub “Here”
OMD “History of Modern”
Moby & the Void Pacific Choir “These Systems Are Failing”, “More Fast Songs about the Apocalypse”
Lambchop “The Hustle Unlimited”
New Order “Movement”, “Get Ready”
John Carpenter’s “Assualt on Precinct 13”
Aphex Twin “Computer Controlled Acoustic Instruments EP”, “Windowlicker”, “I Care Because You Do”, “Richard D James Album”
Arctic Monkeys “AM”, “Favourite Worst Nightmare”, “Suck It And See”, “WPSIATWIN”
Thundercat “The Golden Age of Apocalypse”, “The Beyond/ Where Giants Roam”
Wilko Johnson “I Keep it to Myself/ The Best Of”
Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.2 Std + Deluxe Edition

Come and have a dig!

New In: Friday 11th August 2017

Tons of new vinyl in for you this week! Remember “Pumped Up Kicks”? They’re back… And a very exciting band by the name of Ratboy have their debut out…Have a listen below!

Foster The People “Sacred Hearts Club”

The Pocket Gods “The Jesus and the Mary Chain”
Ratboy “Scum”

Francobollo “Long Live Life”
Little Barrie “Death Express”
Deerful “Peach”
Psychic Temple “IV”
Beach Fossils “Somersault”

And a load of back in stock/reissues…

Graham Reynolds “A Scanner Darkly” (Original Soundtrack)
DJ Khaled “Grateful”
Wu-Tang Clan “Legend of the Wu-Tang” (Greatest Hits)
Joni Mitchell “Blue”, “Court And Spark”
Carla Thomas “Carla”
Otis Redding & Carla Thomas “King & Queen” (50th Anniversary)
Phoenix “United”, “Bankrupt!”
New Order “Get Ready”, “Waiting for the Sirens’ Call”, “Movement” (LP Remaster)
The Smiths, “The World Won’t Listen”, “Hatful of Hollow”, “Rank”, “The Queen is Dead”
This is Trojan (6xLP)
Christine And the Queens “Chaleur Humaine” (includes CD)
Neil Young “Decade”

Come and have a dig!


New In: Friday August 4 2017

Hello Meersbrook!

Tons of stuff back in stock from this year for you to snap up before they sell out again, as well as 3 cracking new LPs from 3 very interesting artists, check them out below.


Coldplay, “Kaleidoscope EP” Companion EP to 2015’s LP
Dead Cross, debut album from new hardcore band entitled “Dead Cross”.

Warm Digits, “Wireless World” New album from northern electronica duo.
Briana Marela, “Call It Love” Sophomore LP from Seattle indie-darling

Grateful Dead, “Long Strange Trip” Soundtrack to 2017 Documentary film

La La Land, “Original Motion Picture Soundtrack”
Paul Weller, “A Kind of Revolution”
Jarvis Cocker & Chilly Gonzalez, “Room 29”
Mark Ronson, “Uptown Special”
Ryan Adams, “Prisoner”
Lambchop, “Flotus”

The Black Eyed Peas, “Elephunk”, “The E.N.D.”
Aztec Camera, “High Land, Hard Rain”
The Gaslight Anthem, “American Slang”, “The B-Sides”
Manic Street Preachers, “Rewind the Film”, “This Is My Truth Tell Me Yours”
Foo Fighters, “There Is Nothing Left to Lose”, “One By One”, “Skin and Bones”, “In Your Honor”
The Cure, “Faith”, “Pornography”
Roddy Frame “Seven Dials”
The Avalanches, “Since I Left You”
LL Cool J, “Mr Smith”, “Mama Said Knock You Out”
Carl Perkins, “The Sun Singles Collection”
Cypress Hill, “IV”
The Clash, “Give ‘Em Enough Rope”
Bright Phoebus, “Songs by Lal & Mike Waterson”

Pop in have a listen!


New In: Friday 27 July 2017

Hope you all had a wonderful Tramlines, we certainly enjoyed ourselves and are excited to be back in the shop with loads of new wax for you. Arcade Fire’s new album is out tomorrow, there’s a new mixtape from BADBADNOTGOOD on LateNightTales, the debut album album from London based girlband Madonnatron as well as the following…

Arcade Fire, Everything Now, Std & Deluxe
BADBADNOTGOOD, LateNightTales, IV, III, Lavender 12”
The Isley Brothers & Santana, Power of Peace
Alison Moyet, Other

Timothy Fife, Black Carbon
This is Trojan, Deluxe 6LP set
Alice Cooper, Paranormal
Sambaiana, Candeias
Sonny Burgess, Red Headed Woman 7”
Gettin’ Together, Groovy Sounds from the Summer of Love
The Zodiac, Cosmic Sounds
The Kooks, Konk
Kate Nash, Made of Bricks
Super Furry Animals, Radiator
Inner City Life, Worldwide
The La’s, “The La’s”
Pet Shop Boys, “Nightlife”, “Release”, “Fundamental”
Transparent Days, “West Coast Nuggets”
Judy Collins, Wildflowers
Gillian Welch, The Harrow & the Harvest
Groove Armada “goodbye country (hello nightclub)”, “Vertigo”
Elvis Presley, A Boy from Tupelo
Tijuana Panthers “Semi Sweet”, “Poster”, “Tijuana Panthers”
Teddy Thompson & Kelly Jones, Little Windows
Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark, History of Modern
Ramones, Leave Home
Run the Jewels, 3
Maximo Park, Risk to Exist
Fionn Regan, The Meetings of the Waters
Willard Grant Conspiracy, Regard the End
Dreadzone, Escapades
Manchester Orchestra, A Black Mile to the Surface
C Duncan, The Midnight Sun
There Are But Four Small Faces
Ryan Adams, Ten Songs from Live At Carnegie Hall
Crystal Antlers Nothing is Real
Hanni El Khatib, Head in the Dirt, Moonlight
Declan Mckenna, What Do You Think About the Car?
Broken Social Scene, Hug of Thunder
Lauryn Hill, The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill
John Martyn, Solid Air
Bruise Blood, Reimagining Steve Reich’s Music for Pieces of Wood
Arlo Guthrie, Alice’s Restaurant
The Electric Prunes
Andrew McCormack, Graviton
Chon, Honey
Gaussian Curve, The Distance
Nas, Illmatic
Black Mirror, San Junipero
Sun Seeker, Biddeford
Chromatics, Kill for Love
The Jimi Hendrix Experience, Are You Experienced?
Dave Gahan & Soulsavers, Angels & Ghosts
The Cuckoo Clocks, Frontiers of a Seductive Mind
Nirvana, Unplugged in New York

Get down and have a gander!


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