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“I think that’s the thing about record shops that people don’t realise, we’re part of the local music scene. We sell records to people who spend money, every week, on music.” Al, 81 Renshaw.
“I think in this community a record shop’s really important because it enables people to come together, share music and turn each other onto music… to form those relationships that lead to the creative hub.” Tom Berry, Sound Records.
"The record shop has got a certain mystique about it. It's difficult to put into words. It's kind of, yeah, a certain magic about it and I think that's why every record shop’s different as well." Steve Sexton, Sister Ray.
"I think the social aspect of it, you'll never find that again, meeting the musicians and people that come along here, I think it's amazing." Freddie Noonan, The Vinyl Whistle.
“I felt like I had a place where people understood my music taste and I could develop to find more stuff than I would have done on my own” – Cody
Crash Records has been a part of the Leeds music scene for 30 years, take a step inside with new owner Scott Gamble.