Covid-19 update

Monorail Music is continuing to follow Scottish Government advice with regard to Covid-19. The shop is now open 11-6 Monday to Saturday and we will be reopening on Sundays from August 30th, 11-6. Admittance to the shop is via Osborne Street. Our online service is operating as normal.

Teenage Fanclub on vinyl. With 7" bonus.

In 2018 Teenage Fanclub remastered their classic run of Creation records. These have now been made available at a super price. Thank you.

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Notes from the Japanese Underground

A selection of archival releases from luminaries of post-punk-and-beyond Japan.


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Seminal classics from the Belle & Sebastian back catalogue!

We realised a bunch of these all-time classics have never been available to buy from us online, so we're doing something about it.

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National Album Day

Classic albums from the 80s, repressed in limited quantities on colour vinyl

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Two colour vinyl archive releases from Glasgow's The Bachelor Pad

For the first time, Emotional Response are releasing a career-spanning best of collection from Glasgow's criminally underrated The Bachelor Pad, plus an expanded re-release of their last single. Featuring future members of the Wee Cherubs, “imagine the Buzzcocks with Syd Barrett as the singer!".

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Kraftwerk Back Catalogue repressed on limited colour vinyl

With these perennial classics, Kraftwerk's legacy as a groundbreaking group of experimenters who changed popular music as they went along is unparalleled. Available from October 9th on new colour pressings with accompanying booklets, this back catalogue served as a blueprint for pop music as we know it.

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David Keenan's explosive third novel, Xstabeth

Read Stephen's interview wiht David here, and pre-order your signed copy

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Joy Division: 40 Years of 'Closer'

The group's second, and final, album, reissued on clear vinyl. Plus 180g vinyl reissues of three non-album singles.

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Optic Nerve Sevens Reissue Series 2.0

The latest in the series: The Primitives and Even As We Speak

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Espers' 2004 self-titled LP and its follow-up, The Weed Tree, back in print

Two seminal touchstones of the "New Weird America" back in print thanks to Drag City

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