New file retailer, Upside Down Records, opens in South London

New file retailer, Upside Down Records, opens in South London

A brand new file retailer has opened in South London.

Upside Down Records is the most recent addition to Deptford High Street and goals to be a “social hub for music heads”. It specialises in secondhand vinyl and CDs, and to this point pre-loved inventory consists of genres like home, reggae, drum & bass, IDM, jazz, funk, fusion and extra. There are additionally plans to promote Hi-Fi and DJ gear, curated by audio gear technician Mike Hall. 

The store is run by Philippe Giron, who managed Camberwell’s beloved Rat Records for 15 years till its closure in June 2022. “Record outlets could have a popularity for being intimidating generally, however I imagine you received’t discover that right here”, Giron wrote on the shop’s web site. “I’m going out of my strategy to discover my prospects what they need, whether or not it’s my bag or not — easy as that. I’m at all times amazed by the extent of ardour from prospects, and discover that to be contagious. That’s why I’m beginning Upside Down Records, to maintain my ardour alive.”

Dash The Henge took over Rat Records’ Camberwell location and reopened the file retailer in October 2022

Find extra details about the brand new Deptford store through Upside Down Records’ web site and Instagram.

Earlier this 12 months, Eileen Pegg spoke to the individuals behind a few of the UK’s key file shops on learn how to survive as a enterprise in 2023.  


through Vinyl Records https://ift.tt/YjS5io8

November 21, 2023 at 07:28PM

Select your currency