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    Hardwax, Delsin, Clone, Juno, Rubadub, Redeye and a whole bunch of other places for vinyl (including charity shops, second hand places etc,) and Boomkat, Juno and, most often, bandcamp for digital.

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    boomkat bandcamp and a few local record stores

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    Beatport and Soundcloud
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    beatport or psyshop, whichever the album is released first.
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    Boomkat/Bandcamp/Bleep/Surus plus forums for scouting free/unreleased stuff from not so known producers

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    I use iTunes and soundcloud

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    Traxsource primarily - by far the best for Soulful & Deep House, Trackitdown and iTunes from time to time.
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    emusic FTW
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    Soundcloud and Bandcamp.
    I flat out refuse to buy from any store that charges extra for lossless formats.

    And you know, record stores and that.
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    Juno, Phonica, Picadilly, Discogs, Soundcloud and others already mentioned.
    The best source by far remains charity shops and car boot sales. Had some huge hits there.
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