A new vinyl shop will be opening in the next few months.

Slipped Discs, an independent record shop based in Steyning, will be opening a new branch in Shoreham High Street.

The store will sell the latest vinyl releases, new issues of classic albums and exclusive releases from major labels.

No exact opening date has been confirmed however business owner James Anderson, from Steyning, said the store will be open before the end of April.

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James, 38, said: "Slipped Discs started life in 2020 in a 'shop-in-a-shed' in Cobblestone Walk, Steyning.

The Argus: James Anderson, 38, set up his first Steyning store in 2020

"Two years later it moved to Steyning High Street.

"We are now fitting out a shop in Shoreham (while keeping the Steyning location too).

"We will be opening in time for Record Store Day (20.04.24).

"Expect to see lots of new vinyl releases, new represses of classic albums and indie-shop exclusive releases from the major labels.

The Argus: The record shop will bring exciting new vinyls to the high street

"The Steyning store is staying open and specialising in preloved collectors vinyl, as well as stocking new releases.

"It’s great to see vinyl as the go-to physical format and an absolute pleasure to provide the kind of retail environment I’ve always dreamt of. Long may it last."

The shop unit was previously home to The Neighbourhood Store, which sells unique products made by various artists.