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AWARDED THE 2015 “BEST RECORD STORE FOR ARTISTS AND FANS”

IN LA WEEKLY’s”BEST OF L.A.” ISSUE ON STANDS NOW

The Record Parlour 

NOW ACCEPTING SUBMISSIONS FROM LOS ANGELES MUSICIANS FOR FIRST-EVER

“ONLY IN HOLLYWOOD”

LIVE MUSIC + ARTS FESTIVAL IN THE HEART OF HOLLYWOOD

NOVEMBER 5-8

SUBMIT: (HERE)

is a fun, eclectic music mecca in the heart of Hollywood but, unlike its neighbor Amoeba, this music store has a comparatively laid-back vibe. It sells records from all genres, from world music to rock and everything between. Instead of CDs, the focus is on used vinyl, classic posters and vintage music equipment.”

–Tanja Laden, LA WEEKLY

“Best Record Store” “Best of L.A.” Issue

(October 2015)

Located in the heart of Hollywood, THE RECORD PARLOUR is a one-of-a-kind vintage vinyl shop and lifestyle store which is ushering in the Hollywood renaissance. With an authentic vibe of over 50,000 vinyl records, vintage stereo gear and music memorabilia surrounding artists as they perform and delighting fans as they search for vinyl treasure, THE RECORD PARLOUR is where artists and fans connect in a unique place.

The LA WEEKLY has awarded THE RECORD PARLOUR as “Best Record Store” in Los Angeles for their 2015 “Best Of L.A.” Issue which hits stands this week.Read the full story here: http://www.laweekly.com/best-of/2015/shopping-and-services/best-record-store-for-artists-and-fans-6057464

 

THE RECORD PARLOUR is now accepting submissions from Los Angeles artists for the first-ever “Only In Hollywood” Music + Arts Festival–a four-day walkable neighborhood festival featuring live music from established and up-and-coming Hollywood talent-on November 5-8. To submit an artist to perform at THE RECORD PARLOUR during “Only In Hollywood,” email a song (streaming) link, photo and contact info to: info@therecordparlour.com.

THE RECORD PARLOUR–a vintage vinyl shop and lifestyle store is–a unique place where artists and fans connect. THE RECORD PARLOUR provides a one-of-a-kind environment with an authentic vibe: as artists perform live, they’re surrounded by over 50,000 vinyl records, vintage stereo gear and music memorabilia. THE RECORD PARLOUR is owned and operated by founder Chris Honetschlaeger and manager/partner Chadwick Hemus. With Chris’ background in vintage equipment and Chadwick’s pedigree as a vinyl curator for Amoeba (Hollywood), sound and quality reign overall in performances and selection. They host performances and showcases with proper staging, an incredible sound system and HD video projection for music video premieres. By having only one artist perform per night, THE RECORD PARLOUR creates real connections giving artists time to hang out, visit with their fans and sell their music. This past month, THE RECORD PARLOUR added a third layer and equipped their control room with an Analog Record Lathe to capture and “cut” a band’s Live Performance to vinyl onsite to be distributed at a later date. Literally, artists can come down and play, cut a record on the record lathe, perform it that day to their fans and sell their records. THE RECORD PARLOUR showcases the entire vinyl experience from purchase, performances and production. THE RECORD PARLOUR’s vintage gear offerings–jukeboxes, amps, microphones, ’70s turn-tables and speakers– are refurbished to pristine condition alongside its vinyl collection which focuses on original releases verses new releases. By combining records and vintage equipment as well as creating a new home to music collecting and live music experiences, all in the heart of Hollywood, THE RECORD PARLOUR is more than a vinyl shop–it is ushering in the Hollywood renaissance. THE RECORD PARLOUR, has a new music and cultural venue for Hollywood: THE AMERICANA LOUNGE, set to open this December around the corner from THE RECORD PARLOUR. Read the full interview and story about THE AMERICANA LOUNGE in Billboard magazine (HERE).

www.therecordparlour.com

THE RECORD PARLOUR
6408 Selma Avenue
Hollywood, CA 90028

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