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Sister Ray

Sister Ray, 34-35 Berwick Street, Soho, City of Westminster, London W1, 2015 • Angel wings poster outside closed-down record shop, designed to attract selfie-posers – which it did. Sister Ray started out as a market stall in the 1980s and still exists, it just moved over the road. This site became a Paperchase; high street chains replacing independents are an issue around here, says this article.

Sister Ray

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