Time Out says
Posted: Thu Dec 2 2010
Duncan Kerr, general manager of Revival Records, was involved with Reckless Records for 23 years until all four of its sites closed in 2009. When the company went bust, Revival bought up some of Reckless’s old stock and opened on the location of the mini-chain’s former dance music branch in Soho’s Berwick Street selling everything from rare rock vinyl to classic drum ’n’ bass, as well as punk, reggae, jazz and a good range of original Mo’ Wax and Blue Note vinyl. Revival will buy most kinds of music and will make house calls for large buys. They also buy CD box sets, limited editions and DVDs.
Revival Records 30 Berwick Street