No Signal Records has opened a new record shop in Berlin
The new store is a collaboration between the label and online shop Tricky Tunes
A brand new record store has opened in Berlin this month, No Signal Records — a collaboration between the label of the same name and online shop Tricky Tunes.
Based on Mainzer Straße, Friedrichshain the new store is home to new releases from No Signal alongside second-hand vinyl from a range of genres including house, disco, techno and more.
Last weekend No Signal Records celebrated its opening with an in-store party that included DJ sets from Bertrand, Francesco Devincenti and Giordano.
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The label was created back in 2011 by Izakaya Deployment aka. Deluka and describes itselfas an open door “for new talents and always looking for the essence of our style in all the releases,” as well as “pass down all the energy for music lovers and offers a new concept to the world.”
Meanwhile in the UK, a new travelling record store opened last month on a canal boat floating across Leeds & Liverpool Canal, Rubber Ducky Records.
Rubber Ducky Records took 15 years to build and although it is now located between Leeds and Manchester, owner Myles Greenwood plans to take the boat all over the UK via canal waterways.
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