Big Top Heartbreak at Spinning Discs Sheffield

This Christmas we're hosting our first ever 'Front Room' Gigs and we've got some amazing artists coming in to the shop to play intimate sets to 25 customers. On 3rd December we're kicking off with Big Top Heartbreak - Influenced by the skullduggery and honky tonk blues of Tom Waits and Nick Cave, the simple sentiment of Daniel Johnson, the slutty vibe of [...]

By | November 23rd, 2016|blog|0 Comments

New in – 25th November – Spinning Discs

Have you heard that this Friday it's 'Black Friday'?  What does it all mean? To us it's all about some great tunes coming out on the marvellous black (or sometimes coloured) stuff!  So we've got loads of classics restocking with The Doors from 'Strange Days' and 'L.A. Woman' through to 'Other Voices' and 'Full Circle'. [...]

By | November 23rd, 2016|blog|0 Comments

Röeht vinyl display at Spinning Discs Sheffield

We're really pleased to say that we've teamed up with the guys at Röeht to be the exclusive independent store supplier of their vinyl wall mount in the Sheffield area. The wall mount is an excellent way to display the sleeve of your record above the turntable or just to decorate the wall with the album art [...]

By | November 17th, 2016|blog|0 Comments

The Horrors – Strange House

It’s 2007 and all the UK’s guitar bands are dressed like they’re going into town to buy an Travis album. Enter the Horrors, goth-punks with ambitions higher than anyone could have expected. “Strange House” is a phenomenal statement of intent. Although very different from the band’s later output, it remains a timeless criticism of all [...]

By | November 10th, 2016|reviews|0 Comments

808 State – 90

Widely regarded as one of the most important dance music albums to come out of the UK, “90” unashamedly took the sound of Detroit and made it our own, sparking an electronic revolution that is still going on today. A timeless acid-house classic for any generation. 4.5/5.0

By | November 10th, 2016|reviews|0 Comments

East India Youth – Culture of Youth

Avant-garde pop has always been a hard sell, and now the 20th Century is over, any Bowie or Kraftwerk imitators can often be swiftly discarded. Yet after the mixed reviews of EIY’s first LP, William Doyle appears to have come through with a modern day masterpiece in experimentalism. You have to hear it to believe [...]

By | November 10th, 2016|reviews|0 Comments

James Blake – The Colour in Anything

Electronic soul pioneer James Blake returns with his 3rd LP of introspective songs for the moody adolescent in all of us. For the first time Blake has turned to others for help, employing none other than Rick Rubin for production duties. Also see appearances from Justin Vernon a.k.a Bon Iver and Frank Ocean. 4.0/5.0

By | November 10th, 2016|reviews|0 Comments

Blossoms – Blossoms

Easily the most hyped new band of 2016, Blossoms have been tearing the way round the circuit with this collection of classy, yet forward thinking indie-pop anthems. Fans of the band might feel a little conned; many of the songs are from previous EPs. All in all, a strong debut and a great introduction to [...]

By | November 10th, 2016|reviews|0 Comments

The Black Keys – thickfreakness

Killer early LP from the Black Keys, produced by the band and recorded on what sounds like 2 microphones, in one take. This is blues as it should be and the Keys at their very best, before Danger Mouse came along and ruined the party! 4.5/5.0

By | November 10th, 2016|reviews|0 Comments

New in – 11th November – Spinning Discs Sheffield

Well, well, well - what a week (in more ways than one...)!!! Full racks with Autechre reissues of 'Amber', 'Incunabula' and 'Tri Repetae' followed by some Martha Wainwright, Papa M 'Highway Songs', John and Yoko bits ', Britney Spears (yes - you've read it correctly!), Sleaford Mods, Crowded House, Milkshakes, Miles Davis, Nick Cave, Aretha, [...]

By | November 9th, 2016|blog|0 Comments