A new record shop has opened in London



Selling Rough Trade founder Geoff Travis’ record collection as well as secondhand offerings.

A new record shop – called Atlantis Records – has opened in Hackney, London.

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Located in the former premise of Pacific Social Club cafe, Atlantis Records will sell Rough Trade founder Geoff Travis’ record collection, which spans from early jungle and UK indie records. In addition to vinyl, it also includes acetates and cassettes.

Atlantis Records will also stock secondhand records spanning a range of genres – with everything from from ’50s Yemeni Yiddish dance music, classical and reggae, to free jazz, soul and spoken word represented in the shop.

Atlantis also plans to sell beer on tap, as well as hosting DJ sets and small gigs in the space.

Head here for more info, or visit Atlantis Records in person at 8 Clarence Rd, London, E5 8HB, open daily 10am – 7pm