Oxfam is a development, advocacy, and relief agency working to put an end to poverty worldwide. In partnership with local groups, they work with poor people to help them help themselves. The Oxfam Music shop sell secondhand vinyls, CDs and tapes.
Venue Details & Map
23 The GreenLondonW5 5DA
- +44 (0)20 8810 1932
- Public transport:
- Ealing Broadway, Underground
Top 3 reviews of Oxfam Music
This shop is a bit of a treasure-trove: it has lots of hifi components, depending on what's donated, and I always enjoy a quick visit for this, and to browse the DVDs.
The equipment is apparently all tested, and has a month's warranty. But unfortunately I've been unlucky with everything I've bought there. A mini hifi system had an occasional niggling problem which, within six months, became... more
The Ealing branch of the Oxfam Music and Audio charity shops isn't large. If you're a DJ looking for some old, so-uncool-its-cool-again vinyl to throw in the mix, have a look. Otherwise it's hundreds of VHS tapes, some dubious CDs, and some TV, computer (PowerMac, anyone?) and turntable components that you can have for a couple of tenners.
To be fair, everything's probably being sought by... more
Oxfam Music used to be a must visit kind of a place, but since they got rid of their "3 promo CDs for 99p" bay, the shop has lost a little of its magic. I used to love rummaging through that bay and seeking out little bargains or trying out new artists without feeling like I am gambling too much money.
They still do cheap CDs but only albums which start from as little as 99p. At the back they... more