‘Move The Record’, a global initiative to support local record shops, returns for series of events
Move the Record, a global initiative to support independent record shops during the pandemic, is returning for another edition from Thursday 1st July.
Launched in 2020 in response to the uncertain future and economic strain faced by record stores, the series invites residents and special guests to play a string of streams from different stores around the world, with a view to driving online sales and footfalls to shops that can open.
Over four 6-hour broadcasts, taking place in London, Berlin, Birmingham, Bucharest, Montreal, Barcelona and many more cities, DJs and artists will take the controls, including Prosumer, Carista, San Proper, Willow, Anna Wall, Jus-Ed and many more.
Supporters can also contribute and buy merch via a Crowdfunder, with 100% of proceeds to be split evenly across the stores.
See the full line up below for the second edition.
1st July 18-24h GMT
Café Artum (Birmingham UK) – Adam Shelton / Jayson Wynters
Underground Solu’shn (Edinburgh UK) – Prosumer / Fryer (Athens of the North)
Mad Piano (Bucharest RO) – Demete / Iona
8th July 18-24h GMT
Seawolf Records (Amsterdam NL) – Ingi Visions (Samuel Deep & Julien Alexander)
Vinyl Pimp (London UK) – Hon b2b Johnathan Greenwood
NUT Records (Barcelona ES) – TC80 / Molly
15th July 18-24h GMT
Doogan Records (Den Bosch NL) – Carista / San Proper
Eastern Bloc (Manchester UK) – Willow / Kerrie
Music Box (Perugia IT) – Nick Anthony Simoncino / DJ Ralf
22nd July 18-24h GMT
KMA60 (Berlin DE) – Dana Ruh / Jus-Ed
Kristina Records (London UK) Anna Wall / OdD
La Rama (Montreal CA) – Glowzi / Gene Tellem
Support the crowdfunder HERE. Photo: Sound Architecture (Antwerp, BE) by Fille Roelants.