Monorail

Monorail
12 Kings Court, King Street, Glasgow, G1 5RB
  • Telephone 0141 552 9458

Jump to articles or comments

Monorail

Don't mistake the slender couple of shelves in the back room of vegan venue Mono for a lightweight enterprise. Owner and muso Stephen Pastel has been setting Glasgow's hipster pulse from here for years.

Reviews & features

Record Store Day 2012 - events roundup

29 Mar 2012

Edwyn Collins, Human Don't Be Angry and more to play live in support of independent music shops

In these days of digital piracy, the life of the indie record store seems constantly overshadowed with doubt; thankfully, the annual Record Store Day reminds what a pleasure can be hand from flicking through dusty vinyl LPs and just enjoying music in…

Independent shopping guide: Books

28 Mar 2011

Analogue, The Fruitmarket Gallery and Monorail are among our favourite hangouts

Some of our best and most enjoyable timewasting has been done in the independent bookshops and record stores of Edinburgh and Glasgow. So – apologies go out to the recently relocated, ever excellent Analogue Books with its unique collection of locally…

Record Store Day 2011: Saturday 16 April

24 Mar 2011

Monorail, Rubadub, Avalanche, Underground Solu'shn and Coda join the celebrations

We’re not going to argue with Ozzy Osbourne. ‘As official ambassador for Record Store Day 2011, I now have the power to command you to attend record stores on April 16th. Be there!’ he orders. The List does not need telling twice. Far be it from us…

Five of the best: Independent record shops in Glasgow and Edinburgh

24 Mar 2011

Monorail, Avalanche, Elvis Shakespeare, Rubadub, LOVEMusic

Monorail 12 Kings Court, Glasgow, 0141 552 9458, www.monorailmusic.com Pick through lovingly stocked, carefully edited alterna-indie vinyl in this musical cubby hole (many would say Scotland’s finest record shop) started by Stephen Pastel (of The…

Glasgow - Merchant City

16 Apr 2009

Independent Shopping Guide

From the polished windows and grand granite buildings on Ingram Street to the lo-fi galleries that line Parnie Street, the Merchant City is a tale of two shoppers: as one strolls in and out of top boutiques, paper bags flapping in the wind and metal…

Comments & ratings

Post a comment