Spun into existence off Errol Street in North Melbourne with a fit out by artist Jess Johnson of Hell Gallery sits offbeat record-comic-coffee shop Wooly Bully, named after the eccentric 1965 chart-topping sensation by Sam the Sham & the Pharaohs. Stocking a selected range of LPs and 7” vinyl covering a wide range of genres – think garage, punk, “weird stuff”, pop, country and some classic curveballs – Wooly Bully is adamant about keeping things, well, Wooly Bully. And so while you may find local cassette tapes for your dusty old Walkman next to the records, you may as well forget about your Discman; Wooly Bully stocks no CDs. Beyond merchandise, Wooly Bully offer fresh cups of Supreme Coffee and some organic and locally sourced produce from the morning until close.