Swordfish Records

Trading since 1979, Swordfish Records is Birmingham’s most established indie record store, having survived three moves and four premises to its present home just off Corporation Street.

The record store has played a huge role in Birmingham’s music scene since its conception. Swordfish’s record label has also been instrumental in a wider UK music scene promoting bands such as The Lilac Time and seminal acid house classic ‘Jesus Loves The Acid’ by The Ecstasy Club in 1988.

Swordfish continues to sell new and old music from all genres with interesting customers over the years such as John Peel, Dave Grohl & The Foo Fighters, Robert Plant, John Taylor, The Horrors, Jamie T, Stuart Maconie, Franz Ferdinand, Mud Honey, Neil Diamond, John Cale, Primal Scream and Jamie Cullum.


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