Welcome to Sonic Sherpa
Sonic Sherpa is an Australian record store that’s been brightening the Brisbane suburb of Stones Corner since 2015 (although the team has over a decade’s shared music retail experience from owning/running Skinnys in the Brisbane CBD back in the day).
We have a large and eclectic range of new and pre-loved vinyl on hand, as well as stocking turntables, CDs, books, DVDs and music-related t-shirts and paraphernalia. Sonic Sherpa also curates ranges for the region’s larger music festivals such as Splendour In The Grass, Falls Festival (Byron Bay), CMC Rocks, Gympie Muster, Tamworth Country Music Festival and many more such gatherings.
Due: 23 Sep
King Gizz’s 20th album is a sprawling 16 tracks of gonzoid prog jams, dizzying pop nuggets, rubber-legged hip-hop odysseys and passages of pure thrash-metal abandon, on highly limited lucky dip colour vinyl!
Due: 26 August
On the Ghostline, With Hands of Lightning is the new album by acclaimed Australian band Halfway, pre-order to receive autographed 2-LP copy plus bonus band t-shirt!
News & Blog
In 2019 the great Robert Forster released his excellent seventh album Inferno, and here’s a lengthy chat he had with Belly (at the time for street press publication The Music) which has never before been public in its entirety!Read More
The latest season of Belly’s chart-topping podcast Rewind With Steve Bell is up online now, heading back 20 years to explore the birth of Something For Kate’s much-loved third album Echolalia!Read More
Most wonderful Brisbane indie rock outfit Dollar Bar have been weaving their catchy magic for the best part of 20 years now, and they’re just releasing their brand new album Pyrrhic Victory! It’s their fourth and apparently final album – the follow-up to their wonderful Hot Ones (2015) – and is another typically scratchy collection … Read MoreRead More
Michelle Padovan is a former station manager at 4ZZZ and marketing manager for QMusic – currently co-owner of Brisbane indie label Coolin’ By Sound – and explains to us the advent of the possible new genre, Story Shouting.Read More