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  • Dutch Record Stores - #3 Second Life Music, Amsterdam

    Dutch Record Stores - #3 Second Life Music, Amsterdam
    Second Life Music is the third store I’ve covered for my Lomography record store series. It’s located at the Prince’s Canal and owned by sixties lover Chris. Next to music from this era, he sells almost every other genre and record players. Both tourists and regulars often stop by for a chat and some music.
  • Dutch Record Stores - #4 Flesch Records, Amsterdam

    Dutch Record Stores - #4 Flesch Records, Amsterdam
    Flesch Records is the fourth store I’ve covered for my Lomography record store series. As the owner Harry didn’t have time to discuss his shop, I had to draw mostly from my own experiences.
  • Dutch Record Stores - #2 Waxwell Records, Amsterdam

    Dutch Record Stores - #2 Waxwell Records, Amsterdam
    The second shop I’ve covered for my Lomography record store series, is Waxwell Records. Waxwell Records is co-owned by Taco and located at the Gasthuismolensteeg. Because of their Hip Hop attitude, almost every genre of music is present in the shop. This draws both well known artists and tourists and parents. By means of attracting more customers, Waxwell Records is also present on different social media.
  • Dutch Record Stores - #1 Record Palace, Amsterdam

    Dutch Record Stores - #1 Record Palace, Amsterdam
    Record Palace is the first shop I’ve covered for my Lomography record store series. It’s located at the Weteringschans and carries a wide selection of jazz, soul and rock records. Record Palace is owned by Jan. Not only tourists, students and regulars, but also well known artists stop by to visit his shop.