AN ICONIC record shop which has supported Scottish acts in the heart of the Capital for nearly 30 years has closed its doors.
Avalanche Records has now moved to an online-only business, and will also run a Saturday stall at the weekly market on the Grassmarket.
But the owner of the cult firm, who counts author Ian Rankin and comic Sean Hughes among his customers, is not ruling out opening a new shop in the future.
The store was based at Cockburn Street until 2010, when it moved to premises in the Grassmarket.
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