A new record store is coming to Bristol this month.
Disk Frisk will be based on 4 Sommerville Road, just off Gloucester Road and will open May 14 with a free event.
The opening event will be throughout the day with Dar Disku, Millie McKee, Tim Lawson plus a special guest on the decks.
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Local DJs Kane Orchard and Corey Miller also knowns as Kayne the Hermit and Morey Ciller - announced their plan to open the store in February with the shope specialising in second-hand vinyl.
The founder of Disk Frisk wrote in a statement: “We’ve been working hard on getting the space ready and can’t wait to welcome you all here!”
Pat Muncaster, one of the building directors, told Resident Advisor: "The shop space is part of a larger building soon to fully open as The Old Drumbank Studios, a new mixed-use co-working and creative space in Bristol.
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"It was formerly home to one of the city's most well-known and long-running musical equipment shops, band rehearsal and practice rooms. However, after being vacated early on in the Covid-19 Pandemic and left empty for over a year, it began to descend into a state of disrepair. It's now being completely refurbished, with a new lease of life being breathed into it.”
He added: "We wanted to do something cool with the old shop space, and so it felt like a natural fit to work with Disk Frisk and keep that part of the building as a space serving Bristol's music community. It also ties in with one of our core aims in taking on the building, which was to be able to support and provide platforms for up and coming businesses."
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