Jacaranda Records to open new pop-up venue on Seel Street

The team behind Jacaranda Records is to open a new pop-up venue on Seel Street.

‘PHASE ONE’ is being described as “part record store, part bar, part live venue and part restaurant”.

Located at 40 Seel Street, next to the site of the old Kazimier/Nation club, the venue will feature a “huge vinyl range”, listening booths, an outdoor courtyard, a recording studio and practice rooms.

Envisaged as a “hub of music”, the venue will launch on 25 May and will be open every weekend throughout the summer.

The team behind Jacaranda Records is also promising “exclusive” live performances, DJ sets, street food, and a “killer” cocktail menu.

The basement will house the new purpose built recording studio with an audience viewing area, teaching rooms and glass fronted office spaces for the record label.

Punters will get the opportunity to catch a glimpse of artists recording new material or witness the latest new acts being signed.

Opened in 2015 on the first floor of The Jacaranda pub on Slater Street, Jacaranda Records sells a range of vintage, reissued and new vinyl records.

The store also features self-contained booths with a vinyl deck for customers to listen to their own music, as well as a reconditioned Voice-O-Graph which lets musicians record their singles directly onto vinyl.

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