New York hi-fi bar Public Records opens record store
The shop, simply known as The Store, is situated in the venue's cafe
Brooklyn hi-fi bar Public Records has opened an in-house record shop.
Known simply as The Store, the shop is based in the cafe area of the venue and officially opened two years ago. It's being run by DJ Tal Silberstein who also owns the Tel Aviv-based record shop bvrly. It will stock a wide range of music including brand new releases by a number of labels that the venue has partnered with such as Incienso, RVNG Intl., Pacific Rhythm and Sound Metaphors.
In addition to records, the shop will sell audio equipment, label merchandise and prints. It will be open at the venue between 10am and 7pm from Tuesdays to Sundays.
Public Records originally opened in March of this year.
Last month, New York record shop Halcyon opened a new location in Brooklyn. LCD Soundsystem's James Murphy also opened a new cafe in the area called Daymoves over the summer.
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Join us this Saturday evening for the official launch of the Store at PR! Labels we love will be on the shelves and on the system as @shawndub365 joins our own @francisscissor, @christine__renee and Tal @_bvrly on the decks in the Bar. Check out our curated selection of magazines and more as we soak up the evening before @youngmarco takes the Sound Room that night. [ Shiro! face inspired by the found art of @itinplace ]
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