Music Posted on January 21, 2013 – 15:26 in Music | Calum

The Dancehall Record Stores of NYC

As a genre which has had mass-appeal in the Big Apple for decades, Dancehall has been one of the few forms of music which hasn’t seen a decline in the number of vinyl records being pressed. This is, by in large, due to a thriving vinyl scene and a true appreciation of its significance and characteristics. In turn, it has led to the maintenance of several bricks and mortar stores in New York which specialise in Dancehall. Animal NYC has documented these stores, capturing a real feel for the scene through their pictures.

View them here.

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