2 Bridges Record Shop has just opened in NYC, offering a new outlet to showcase a wide variety of music, art and literature.
The 2 Bridges Record Shop hopes to fill the void in Downtown New York
The arrival of the 2 Bridges Record Shop comes at an interesting time for the music scene in NYC. As a number of shops have had to permanently close in 2016, notably the popular shops of Other Music, Rebel Rebel and Israel’s Record Shop.
2 Bridges now could help fill a void in the community and the shop’s owner is very much aware of this.
Simon Gabriel Greenberg, founder of 2 Bridges, told RA about his vision for the shop: “I’ve had the idea to do a shop with new leftfield and electronic music for a while now.
Especially after Other Music closed, I felt like there was a huge hole in Downtown New York for a place to discover and interact with forward-thinking new music…
So therefore I decided to do this shop as a way of providing that. While also contextualizing it a bit in terms of other creative things that are happening in art, theory or science.”
Not just a home for forward thinking music, 2 Bridges also offers an exhibition space for select performance and art shows.
Here at HouseMusic1.com we always wish any new venture that promotes vinyl and House.
We wish them all the best at the new 2 Bridges Record Shop, if you drop in, tell them HouseMusic1.com sent you. 🙂
2 Bridges Record Shop is now officially open, located under the Manhattan Bridge in Chinatown at the multi-level market of the New York Mart Mall.
Find out more via their website here.