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Move the Record is back for July with four streams across six cities

Record stores in London, Bucharest, Barcelona and Montreal will be taking part

  • Words: Tope Olufemi | Photography: Fille Roelants
  • 1 July 2021
Move the Record is back for July with four streams across six cities

Move the Record is back for a four-week stretch this July, aiming to support independent record stores.

The initiative was founded in 2020 as a response to the economic precarity that the pandemic created, with independent record stores facing uncertainty.

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This year, four six-hour-long broadcasts from a number of record stores will be streaming in order to encourage music fans to visit their local stores and support independent music businesses. Merchandise will also be available, and profits from this alongside contributions will be split evenly between all the stores involved.

Kristina Records (London), Café Artum (Birmingham), Mad Piano (Bucharest), Seawolf Records (Amsterdam), NUT Records (Barcelona), La Rama (Montreal) and a few other stores will be featuring in this year’s edition of Move the Record.

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While Prosumer, Ingi Visions, Adam Shelton, Carista, San Proper, Willow, Hon, Anna Wall, Kerrie, Glowzi, Jus-Ed, Nick Anthony Simoncino, Molly and others will be performing across the four weeks.

You can find the crowdfunder for Move the Record here

Tope Olufemi is Mixmag’s Digital Editor, follow them on Twitter

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