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Erased Tapes Sound Gallery – a communal space that encompasses a recording studio, a café and a record shop without the pretence of either – has opened its doors in east London with the purpose to enable people to truly experience music in the present.
Open to the public over weekends only, Erased Tapes Sound Gallery is the brainchild of Robert Raths, label boss of the Erased Tapes record label.
The German-born founder and boss said: “[Erased Tapes Sound Gallery] is meant to slow people down for a little while in this hectic world – a communal space for people to discover new music and new things”.
Robert Raths, with his foundations rooted in mindfulness and living in the present, set up the space as a physical representation of what the label does on a spiritual and energetic level as it were. “It’s my way of communicating what we’ve been…
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