Yoyaku opens new record shop and “cultural venue” in Paris





Also operating as a gallery, cafe, and a workshop.

Yoyaku has opened a new record shop in Paris, called Chapelle XIV.

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Chapelle XIV marks the second record shop from Yoyaku, who also run a label of the same name.

Described as a “cultural venue”, it encompasses a record shop specialising in electronic music, gallery, cafe and a workshop – with equipment for producing merchandise, record sleeves and 3D prints.

Chapelle XIV has been outfitted with a Martion soundsystem, alongside furniture and acoustic panels designed by CNTRL Acoustics.

The space will also feature workshops and in-store events, with the aim of bringing together artists to discuss subjects including arts and sociopolitical topics.

Head here for more info.

Opening hours and address:

14 boulevard de la chapelle, 75018 Paris, France

Monday – Saturday: 10:00am – 8:00pm
Sunday: Closed