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Music plays a big role in the ASH girl’s life and influences everything from the way she dresses to her personal tastes. A fan of old school genres such as glam rock and punk, we tracked down three of the world’s best record stores where she can stock up on her favourite vinyl.

Amoeba Music

Amoeba Music

Snickars offers more than just music. Founded by DJ and producer Mika in 1995, it’s a place where the city’s music lovers come together and hang out. Located in the southern part of Stockholm and hidden behind an art gallery, Snickars specialises in secondhand records, with an especially large selection covering dance, soul, funk, disco, hip-hop, jazz, techno, pop and rock. Check out the scratch sessions held every Saturday.
Hökens gata 11, 116 46 Stockholm, Sweden; snickarsrecords.com

Next Records Tokyo

Next Records Tokyo

Having opened its doors in 2001, Amoeba is an institution and is still one of the largest independent music stores in the United States. Although it has locations across California, the Sunset outlet reigns supreme and features a constantly evolving selection of new and used vinyl from classic artists to obscure bands. It also stocks turntables and other accessories.
6400 Sunset Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90028, USA; www.amoeba.com

Snickars Records

Snickars Records

Next Records was founded in 2000 by Koji Imamoto and is located in the busy district of Shibuya. The store only stocks original pressing 12-inch singles, most of which are acquired by the owner during his frequent travels (new stock arrives every Friday). Expect to browse over 10,000 titles and a range of genres including hip-hop, disco, funk, and R&B.
2F, Ryukou Bldg, 11-11 Udagawa-cho, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo, Japan; www.nextrecordsjapan.net

Amoeba Music

Having opened its doors in 2001, Amoeba is an institution and is still one of the largest independent music stores in the United States. Although it has locations across California, the Sunset outlet reigns supreme and features a constantly evolving selection of new and used vinyl from classic artists to obscure bands. It also stocks turntables and other accessories.
6400 Sunset Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90028, USA; www.amoeba.com

Snickars Records

Snickars offers more than just music. Founded by DJ and producer Mika in 1995, it’s a place where the city’s music lovers come together and hang out. Located in the southern part of Stockholm and hidden behind an art gallery, Snickars specialises in secondhand records, with an especially large selection covering dance, soul, funk, disco, hip-hop, jazz, techno, pop and rock. Check out the scratch sessions held every Saturday.
Hökens gata 11, 116 46 Stockholm, Sweden; snickarsrecords.com

Next Records Tokyo

Next Records was founded in 2000 by Koji Imamoto and is located in the busy district of Shibuya. The store only stocks original pressing 12-inch singles, most of which are acquired by the owner during his frequent travels (new stock arrives every Friday). Expect to browse over 10,000 titles and a range of genres including hip-hop, disco, funk, and R&B.
2F, Ryukou Bldg, 11-11 Udagawa-cho, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo, Japan; www.nextrecordsjapan.net

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