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14 Aug, 2010

A skip full of records in Soho

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So what’s this all about? Well, turns out that long established Soho record shop, Harold Moores (specialist in classical and jazz releases), is closing for a re-fit. In order to prepare the shop for its revamp, staff are chucking out thousands and thousands of records (well over 20,000 by my reckoning) – which were dumped, rather unceremoniously, in a skip outside the premises…

But that’s not to say the records are destined for landfill just yet. During my lunchbreak I stumbled across this scene of vinyl hungry people clambering over each other to grab a few vintage slabs of wax…

Vinyl is dead. Long live vinyl!

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