Originally posted on The Vinyl Factory
The 310 NXRD record shop is back for the third year running.
The pop-up shop is a collaboration between Matthew Herbert’s Accidental Records and NX Records, a label with ties to nearby university Goldsmiths (alma mater of James Blake and Katy B).
Launching on October 9, the shop will showcase records from a selection of excellent labels, including Hyperdub, Planet Mu, raster-noton, Drag City and of course Accidental and NX Records. As well as vinyl, the shelves will be filled with a mix of CDs, DVDS, books, zines and prints.
310 NXRD is located on 310 New Cross Road and opens this Friday, October 9 for the rest of the month. Check the shop’s Facebook for more information.
After releasing his first dance-focused album in more than a decade, Herbert recently announced that his next record will be released in the form of a book.
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