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RECORD STORE DAY 2017
April 22nd, in store. Keep your eyes peeled on March 21st for full product list publication!

Organic Music Society | March 2017

 

We're back at Googies Art Cafe on Friday March 3rd, to play from some of the deepest, darkest corners of our collections for you, while you sink decadent cocktails and delicious beers. 

 

Event page HERE

February 25, 2017 by George Clift

Record Store Day | April 22, 2017

Our Facebook event page for Record Store Day 2017 is now up here

The full product list will be published on March 21st. We'll have forms for you to register interest in releases. Subscribe to our Facebook events, follow our Twitter and Instagram pages for the latest updates! Find us on all social media platforms @hotsalvation

February 23, 2017 by George Clift

Salvation Time #1 | Ramsgate Music Hall Radio

We're absolutely over the moon to be able to present our inaugural radio show from our new monthly series, SALVATION TIME. Our friends at Ramsgate Music Hall kindly asked us to be a part of their incredible new project, which you can view and stream all the other shows here. We fully recommend that you get acquainted!

Stream our show at Ramsgatemusichall.com, Mixcloud, or here!

TRACK LIST

  • MINISTRY - ALL DAY (ADRIAN SHERWOOD REMIX)
  • HARARI - GOOD VIBES
  • AFRICAN HEADCHARGE - SHAKE IN THE GOAL
  • HAPPY MEALS - IF YOU WANT ME NOW
  • JENNY HVAL - PERIOD PIECE
  • THE COMET IS COMING - JOURNEY THROUGH THE ASTEROID BELT
  • GNOD AND WHITE HILLS - DROP OUT
  • THE SEMI-COLON - NDIA EGBUO NDIA
  • VIDEODRONES - THE THEME FROM MONDO FEROX
  • DEMDIKE STARE - HARDNOISE
  • QUIRINO DO CANTO - MINO DI MAMA
  • HENRI TEXIER - LES LA-BAS
  • DAVID SHINE - THE THEME FROM THE TAKING OF PELHAM 123
  • SAVANT - STATIONARY DANCE
  • ANXIETY - DELAYED
  • OZRIC TENTACLES - OG-HA-BE
  • LEE PERRY - FISHERMAN DUB
  • SHABA ZAHOUANIA - BAR ADJANI
  • YANA - CLIMBING UP THE WALL
  • JOHNNY! - ONLY LOVE
  • SLUMBERMAN - B1
  • TORTOISE + SPRING HEEL JACK - GALAPAGOS V1
  • IGGY POP - NIGHT CLUBBING
Ramsgate Music Hall Radio
December 20, 2016 by George Clift

Albums Of The Year | 2016

As we wrap up the year, We've spent the last couple of weeks wrangling with our favourite releases. It is based on the staff's tastes, not what's in stock, or what we need to shift, or anything cynical like that, this serves as a true reminder of what has stuck with the three of us as the year has gone on. 

We've divided the hundred titles in to 'new', 'compilations' and 'reissues' for ease. Scroll down, it'll make sense. Cheers!

View the full collection here. 

 

Label

New LP’s

Title

 

Sacred Bones

Jenny Hval

Blood Bitch

We had an inkling we’d like this LP a lot, last year’s Apocalypse, Girl was waaaay up on our list. Hval is pushing pop music right down the avant-rabbit hole. She’s fierce, un-comparable, gentle and engaging. Best record to come out this year.    Listen/Buy

Innovative Leisure

Badbadnotgood

IV

Just extremely listable. Jazz, but clearly rooted in punk. It’s in the delivery, see, they walk it like a punk band. Took me a few listens, mind.

Listen/Buy

Western Vinyl

Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith

Ears

KAS has been busy this year, but this LP was a bit of a shock for me. It passed me by initially, and it took a timely order from a tasteful customer (Thanks Paul!) to make me pay attention. Part Terry Riley, Part The Knife, this LP slithers around like a kaleidoscopic snake. Absolutely enthralling from start to finish. Listen/Buy

Domino

Blood Orange

Freetown Sound

Well. WELL. I was the sole fan of Cupid Deluxe at HS HQ. Sticking it on garnered tuts and huffs amongst the nay-saying miserablists I’m stood with all day. WELL. Didn’t I have the last laugh? Dev Hynes’ journey through 80’s pop and avant performance culture filtered by a Lou Reed-esque narrative is simply getting better and better. His nods are firmly looking at Arthur Russell, Michael Jackson, Prince, and let me tell you, it’s fine with me. Listen/Buy

Sonic Cathedral

Xam Duo

Xam Duo

Expanding to a duo has only served Xam, now Xam Duo well. Tripped out, pastoral modular sermons and brass offerings that recall Eno’s early 80’s work. Brilliant, pure and simple. Listen/Buy

Night School

Happy Meals

Fruit Juice

I’m still waiting for a full length after the incredible Apero EP, but this has served as a delicious stop-gap in the mean time. 70’s Parisian chanteuse meets New York disco thump in possibly the most beautifully packaged release this year. Night School Rules OK. Listen/Buy

VHF

Æthenor

Hazel

From the cover, and from the line up, I was expecting a near aesthetic follow-up to Terrestrials by Sunn0)) and Ulver. What we got was an effervescent free jazz meditation simply looking at Doom metal rather than ever actually touching it. Listen/Buy

Warp

Mark Pritchard

Under The Sun

This is a really accessible album, Pritchard has tastefully examined modern electronica, techno, acid-folk and pop without losing focus. In fact he’s mastered that all-too rare talent of actually pulling it all together with a convincing cohesion, leaving his contemporaries in the dust. Listen/Buy

Dead Oceans

Julianna Barwick

Will

The ‘white witch of ambient music’ returns with more ethereal compositions that sit somewhere between minimalism and pop form. Beautiful and haunting. Listen/Buy

Leaf

The Comet Is Coming

Channel The Spirits

There’s definitely a ‘slew’ of a certain type of band at the moment. Badbadnotgood, Melt Yourself Down, Guerrilla Toss etc. The Comet Is Coming are a group of humans that rock a frenetic, but true jazz. This record fizzes with tribal, afro-futurist prog sentiment that in all honesty, shouldn't work on such an energetic level, but they’re taking cues from Mahavishnu Orchestra as well as Cinematic Orchestra and well, it just works. Listen/Buy

Fire

Virginia Wing

Forward Constant Motion

 

Western Vinyl

Botany

Deepak Verbera

 

Brownswood

Shabaka And The Ancestors

Wisdom Of Elders

 

Hot Salvation / TAAE

Za!

Loloismo

 

Modern Love

Andy Stott

Too Many Voices

 

Warp

Danny Brown

Atrocity Exhibition

 

Ninja Tune

Hieroglyphic Being

The DIsco’s Of Imhotep

 

Ghost Box

Pye Corner Audio

Stasis

 

RVNG INTL

Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith | Suzanne Ciani

Sunergy

 

Erased Tapes

Rival Consoles

Night Melody

 

Strut

Idris Ackamor And The Pyramids

We Be All Africans

 

DFA

Factory Floor

25 25

 

Warp

Aphex Twin

Cheetah

 

Ninja Tune

Space Dimension Controller

Orange Melamine

 

Trunk

Jonny Trunk

20,000 Leagues Under The Sea

 

In My Room

Trentemøller

Fixion

 

Soul Jazz

Africans With Mainframes

KMT

 

Blast First Petite

Bloodsport

Axe Laid to The Root

 

Leaf

Jherek Bischoff

Cistern

 

El Paraiso

Videodrones

Mondo Ferox

 

Kranky

MJ Guider

Precious Systems

 

Polyvinyl

Xiu Xiu

Twin Peaks

 

Rough Trade

Anohni

Hopelessness

 

Blackest Ever Black

Raime

Tooth

 

Matador

Savages

Adore Life

 

Hot Salvation / TAAE

Cowtown

Paranormal Romance

 

Labrador

Radio Dept

Running Out Of Love

 

Night School

Ela Orleans

Circles Of Upper Hell

 

Island

PJ Harvey

The Hope Six Demolition Project

 

Hot Salvation

Sans Pareil

The Future Ooze

 

Loma Vista

Iggy Pop

Post Pop Depression

 

Faux Discx

Trust Punks

Double Blind

 

Guruguru Brain

Minami Deutsch

Minami Deutsch

 

Rice Is Nice

Sarah Mary Chadwick

Roses Always Die

 

Rocket

Goat

Requiem

 

130701 Records

Ian William Craig

Centres

 

Injazero

C Diab

No Perfect Wave

 

On-U Sound

Nissenenmondai

NA

 

Jagjaguwar

Angel Olsen

My Woman

 

Matador

Steve Gunn

Eyes On The Lines

 

Tri-Angle

Katie Gately

Colour

 

Planet Mu

Ital Tek

Hollowed

 

Jagjaguwar

Preoccupations

Preoccupations

 

Harvest

Death Grips

Bottomless Pit

 

Bad Seed LTD

Nick Cave And The Bad Seeds

Skeleton Tree

 

XL

Radiohead

A Moon Shaped Pool

 

Parlophone

Bat For Lashes

The Bride

 

LM Dupli-Cation

Thor and Friends

Thor and Friends

 

Blackest Ever Black

Carla Dal Forno

You Know What It’s Like

 

Thrill Jockey

Helen Money

Become Zero

 

Partisan

Eagulls

Ullages

 

La Vida Es Un Mus

Anxiety

Anxiety

 

Thrill Jocky

The Body

No One Deserves Happiness

 

Sacred Bones

Exploded View

Exploded View

 

Ninja Tune

Sarathy Korwar

Day To Day

 

Kids Of The Lughole

Nachthexen

Nachthexen 7”

 

El Paraiso

Causa Sui

Return To Sky

 

 

Compilations

 

 

On-U Sound

Various

Adrian Sherwood: At The Controls Vol 2

I’ve been addicted to the output of On-U Sound this year, from the just excellent reissues of Missing Brazilians, Singers and Players and African Headcharge, to the new collab with Nisennenmondai. This new comp collects some absolute gems of Adrian Sherwood’s production career, from the deep cuts of Lee Perry or Dub Syndicate, to the early Industrial throw of Ministry, there’s a thick, apocalyptic overtone that colours all his work. In times like these, this hasn't sounded fresher in decades. Listen/Buy

Trunk

Various

Britxotica Goes East!

Mr Trunk saw fit to build on the first surprise instant-classic Britxotica! comp with this more Persian flavoured curation. Includes the certified cheeky-banger Climb Up The Wall by Yana. Viva Britxotica! Listen/Buy

Analog Africa

Various

Space Echo (The Mystery behind the Cosmic Sound of the Cabo Verde finally revealed)

Hand me my late-pass, Space Echo is my embarrassingly untimely introduction to Analog Africa. Don't worry, I’m up to speed now! This comp landed like a bomb on my deck, from the laid back chill of Bana’s Pontin Pontin to Mino De Mana by Quirico De Canto, my absolute favourite track in my DJ set this year, hands down. Listen/Buy

Efficient Space

Various

Sky Girl

 

Dark Entries

Various

Household Shocks

 

Soul Jazz

Various

Venezuela 70 : Cosmic Visions Of A Latin American Earth

 

Now Again

Various

Wake Up You! The Rise And Fall Of Nigerian Rock 1972-77 Vol 2

 

Beating Heart

Various

Malawi Originals Records By Hugh Tracy

 

Soul Jazz

Various

PUNK 45: Chaos In The City Of Angels and Devils (Punk in LA 77-81)

 

Soul Jazz

Various

New York Noise (Dance Music From The New York Underground 77-82)

 

Optimo Music

Various

Cease and Desist

 

Soul Jazz

Various

Boombox (Early Independent Hip Hop, Electro and Disco Rap 1979-82)

 

Trunk

Various

Tropical Brixotica!

 

 

Reissues

 

 

Strut

Sunburst

Ave Africa

An obscure, short lived band from Tanzania, thankfully Strut gathered their output on to this excellent double LP. Part afro-fuzz rock, influenced by Santana, part Fela Kuti soul-jazz. What is clear form this LP is the bands obvious love for western rock and Hendrix; there are way licks scattered over this polyrhythmic set liberally and masterfully. SO Brilliant! Listen/Buy

Important

Coil

Ape Of Naples

The post-Tom Waits industrialism of Tattooed Man, The futuristic synth pop of Heaven’s Blade, and the cinematic minimal electronica of Teenage Lightning 2005, Ape Of Naples was a latter-period masterwork from the legendary Coil, and a well overdue re-release, and merely highlighting how much we miss musicians of this calibre in 2016. Listen/Buy

Now Again

Worlds Experience Orchestra

The Beginning Of A New Birth | As Time Flows On

This one was a shock. I’m certainly in my ‘discovery phase’ with regards to Jazz. I’m loving works by Don Cherry, Alice Coltrane, Sun Ra, Pharaoh Sanders and so on. This LP that we were lucky to get in the store is from a little known band from Boston, Mass in 1975. Track ‘The Prayer’ will take anything from Organic Music Society on and give it a run for it’s money let me tell you. Totally blissful cosmic free jazz of the highest order. Listen/Buy

Palace Of Lights

K Leimer

Closed System Potentials

 

Modern Classics

This Heat

Deceit

 

Finders Keepers

Suzanne Ciani

Buchla Concerts 1975

 

Light In The Attic

Betty Davis

The Colombia Years 1968-69

 

Milan

Ryuichi Sakamoto

Mr Christmas Mr Lawrence

 

Death Waltz

Angelo Badalamenti

Twin Peaks

 

Temporary Residence

William Basinski

92982’

 

Acute Recordings

The Lines

Hull Down

 

Mr Bongo

Pedro Santos

Krishnanda

 

Superior Viaduct

Steve Reich

Four Organs

 

Superior Viaduct

Tony Conrad | Faust

Outside The Dream Syndicate

 

Superior Viaduct

Suicide

Suicide

 

Metal Face

KMD

Bl_ck B_st_rds

 

Metal Face

MF Doom

Operation Doomsday

 

Knitting Factory

Fela Kuti

Entire reissue series.

 

Strut

Sun Ra

Singles

 

Finders Keepers

Bixio, Frizzi and Tempera

Magnetic Systems

 

November 20, 2016 by George Clift

HS Recommends: September 2016

Here's a playlist of our favourite new tracks this month. Follow us on Spotify if you can, we'll be sharing play listing regularly from now on!

Find these releases in our NEW RELEASE COLLECTION

 

September 17, 2016 by George Clift

HOT SALVATION OPENS NEW RECORD STORE - CANTERBURY

It's been a year and a half since we opened our first shop in Folkestone, and 8 months since we opened the doors in our new permanent and beautiful store.

This Spring sees the beginning of a collaboration with Bramley's in Canterbury. A place  we helped decorate for doors opening, almost ten years ago. All these years later, and its a natural setting for us to have a weekly concession in the beautiful medieval city centre. 

You can catch us on Sunday May 1st from midday, which also doubles as the release party for THE FUTURE OOZE LP by Sans Pareil on Hot Salvation. From then on, you will be able to shop with us EVERY SATURDAY from 12pm until 5pm 

We will be bringing the very best in new music to Canterbury; Electronica, Avant Garde, Jazz, Punk, Metal, Soul, Ska and Dub, Soundtrack, Psych, Garage and more. 

Our new store opening hours are:

Folkestone Store
Monday  Closed
Tuesday 10am - 5pm
Wednesday 10am - 5pm
Thursday 10am - 5pm
Friday 10am - 5pm
Saturday 10am - 5pm
Sunday 11am - 4pm
Canterbury Store
Saturday only 12pm - 5pm

 

 

April 06, 2016 by George Clift

Albums Of The Year | 2015 | George

These are my favourites. Not the ones that sold the best, or had the biggest impact, just the ones I liked the most. I urge you to check them all out.

New Music

Protomartyr - The Agent Intellect

Screature - Four Columns

Various Artists - Art + Sound

Broken Water - Wrought, 45's and Seasides

Kitchen's Floor - The Battle Of Brisbane

Amen Dunes - Cowboy Worship

Chain Of Flowers - S/T

Shopping - Why Choose?

Helen - The Original Faces

Lonelady - Hinterland

King Woman - Doubt

Anasazi - Nasty Witch Rock

Spectres - Dying

Novella - Land

Low - Ones and Sixes

Institute - Catharsis

Big|Brave - Au De La

Death And Vanilla - To Where The Wild Things Are

Andy Human and The Reptoids - S/T

Uncle Acid - Night Creeper

Sonic Jesus - Neither Anger Nor Virtue

Masayoshi Fujita - Apalogues

Delia Gonzales - In Remembrance

Negative Scanner - S/T

Ben Salisbury and Geoff Barrow - Ex_Machina

Hieroglyphic Being & JITU AHN-SAHM-BUHL - We Are Not The First

Perspex Flesh - Ordered Image

The Soft Moon - Deeper

Destruction Unit - Live in San Fransisco

Noveller - Fantastic Planet

Black Mass presents TSCOYBT

Sarah Mary Chadwick - Sarah-Mary Chadwick

Rival Consoles - HOWL

Helm - Olympic Mess

Viet Cong - S/T

Hey Colossus - Radio Static High

Beak > < Kaeb

Despite being a light 4-track EP, this has their most vital work to-date. Folding post-punk, apocalyptic sci-fi, acid folk and trip hop into their Can-heavy catalogue is a master-stroke, and done with ease and confidence. Cannot wait for LP three.

Hieroglyphic Being - The Acid Documents

Free-jazz philosophy and aesthetic over a Chicago-house foundation. I'm a laymen, but definitely a fan. 

Colin Stetson and Sarah Neufeld - Never Were The Way She Was

Simply the most interesting and engaging piece of Post-Rock or Neo-classical music this year. Excellent stuff rolling in from Nils Frahm, Godspeed etc, but this LP is just a cut above in it's delivery and mood throughout. at points, truly haunting, and others, saturated in beauty. 

Holly Herndon - Platform

Modern pop music as imagined by an academic sonic arts composer. Herndon manages to interpret Grimes, Beyonce, and Dance Music using futurism, minimalism, avant garde techniques and some weird, non-musical influences. Brilliant. 

Jefre Cantu-Ledesma - A Year With 13 Moons

As dense as any work as he's produced before, A Year with 13 Moons pulls the 4AD 80's catalogue, My Bloody Valentine, Slowdive and even Merzbow into a hazy, nostalgic wall of noise. At its most monolithic, this is the euphoric, sunset-on-the-beach alter-ego of SunnO))), and rumbles and shakes huge warm waves of tone through the speakers. 

Hey Colossus - In Black And Gold

I've been an on/off fan of Hey Colossus since their first LP (and my first record-store job). This LP will be regarded as their seminal work, I have no doubt. They have pushed the boundaries of doom/noise/rock/metal or whatever, to new levels of creativity. Opening with an almost Eno-like ambient synth track, they then launch into what becomes equal parts Beefheart, Can and Jesus Lizard. Whats so impressive about this, is with how large the group is, and how potentially dense and un-dynamic this could be, they have mastered texture and dynamics like a group playing together for over ten years should be able to. They can assault with a three-guitar riff, and change to a whisper in a master-stroke. The tracks are psychedelic, modal, and colourful in tone, if you buy one rock LP this year, make it this one.

Jenny Hval - Apocalypse Girl 

There's been such interesting and challenging pop music these last five years it feels like the underground is taking the genre back, and the word is once again, clean and a badge of honour. No more evident is this in Sacred Bones' release of Jenny Hval's latest LP. Sonically and compositionally there are touches of Bjork, Lennon and Ono, Serge Gainsbourg, and hip-hop. Anchored by members of Jaga Jazzist and Swans, Hval has produced a piece of work so powerful, feminine, confrontational and down-right catchy, I've found myself coming back to it again and again. 

Sievehead - Into The Blue

There's been a slew of excellent punk and post punk this year, Sauna Youth, DIAT, Negative Scanner, Institute, Safewords, Flesh World, Dawn Of Humans, Violent Reaction etc; the genre is in rude health for sure. These three lads from Lincolnshire via Sheffield have recorded an LP so vital and energetic, it just, for me, wiped the floor with the rest. The rhythm section is so rooted in the members hardcore past; I can hear The Wipers or Rites Of Spring, Dag Nasty and that classic Revolution Summer in the fast, thrashy beats  throughout the record. It's the songs though, Davey Walker's compositions play out like Killing Joke covering Wedding Present songs. His voice hollering with that deep, long reverb, weaving in and out of his razor-sharp, slap-back delay guitar lines. His vocals and guitars roll and wave over the rest of the band's freight train punk-rock, and although only just scrapping a 2015 release, has shot to the near-top of my list. Well in lads.

Zomes - Near Unison

After an almost chance-meeting, Asa Osborne and Hanna Olivegren have made some of the most beautiful and hypnotic music this last decade. Osborne's signature modal/drone style, used so powerfully in Lungfish shines through with his organ and synth work. Dense yet singular, sharp yet comforting, he is flanked by Olivegrens incredible Swedish folk tales, that rise and fall as the record progresses. The production is sparse, intimate yet warm with the fuzz of an overdriven drum machine and the vocal hooks are playful yet abstract. This new LP is the one I have come back to more than any other in 2015, I urge you to play the whole thing as soon as you can.

Reissues

Arthur Russell - Another Thought

Scientist - The Best Dub Album In The World

Harry Pussy - S/T

Trader Horne - Morning Way

Judy Dyble - Anthology 1

Gun Club - Death Party

The Missing Brazilians - Warzone

Ruth - Polaroid/Roman/Photo

Various - Rastafari: The Dreads Enter Babylon 1955-83

Punk 45 - Extermination Nights | Cleveland, Ohio: Punk and the Decline of the Mid-West 1975-82

Popol Vuh - Nosferatu

Charles Mingus - Mingus Plays Piano

Lamartine - Reportage

Ellen Fullman - The Long String Instrument

Ami Shavit - In Alpha Mood

Giles Peterson presents Sun Ra and his Arkestra

Units - Digital Stimulation

The Contortions - BUY

Alice Coltrane - Universal Consciousness

Broadcast - Tender Buttons

Savant - Artificial Dance

As with most of these reissues, the music itself is new to me, and therefore, I've been able to treat them as new music as much as anything else on the list. Superior Viaduct, Finders Keepers Records, Futurismo and Soul Jazz have dominated my year, blowing my mind with some of the most incredible music I've heard, and without the need for tired new-release campaign methods, these records are simply being archived for the works of genius they are, and I've been able to experience them in a cold isolation. This has not been exemplified more than with the Savant anthology released by RVNG Intl. Kerry Leimer is something of an enigmatic composer, and this set comprises work released between 1983 and 2014, including his Neo-Realist LP and the simply jaw-dropping Stationary Dance 12", as well as some newer material.

What is on show here is Leimer's work away from the heady-scenes of New York or London at the time, yet still managing to act in parallel with acts such as 23 Skidoo, David Byrne, John Cage, Bryan Eno, Fripp and latter-day Can. An incredible journey through loop and sample based performance, proto-hip-hop, polyrhythmic tribal world music and hallucinatory sound-scapes. 

This is probably my favourite LP of the year overall, you need to hear this, immediately. 

December 08, 2015 by George Clift

VIET CONG + COSMIC THOUGHTS NOVEMBER 25th!

We're SUPER psyched to bringing VIET CONG to Kent, in partnership with Ramsgate Music Hall. HS Records post-punk-prog humans Cosmic Thoughts are in support.

Tickets are selling fast, £10 adv, available at our store in Folkestone.

EVENT

November 03, 2015 by George Clift

32 Rendezvous Street open for business!

Photos kindly taken and submitted by Josh Jordan of the incredible Papercrane Recordings collective. 
October 3rd 2015: We've officially opened the doors at our new location in Folkestone Kent. 
October 05, 2015 by George Clift

29-32 | Hot Salvation moving to larger premises

We've been a company for a whole year now, with the doors to our beautiful Folkestone store opening at the end of November 2014. It's been a thrilling 9 months at 29 Rendezvous St, a trial by fire if you like. What we know, is that East Kent needed a record store, a proper record store with knowledgeable staff being able to recommend and pick the newest, most cutting edge music. Folkestone, you have repaid us in kind.

Access to affordable, used vinyl was always a priority for us, trying to bring back the crate-digging and treasure-trove element to record shopping, we take pride in the bulk stock we buy and let you rummage through. If there's a banger we've missed, or a rare piece we overlooked, thats the thrill of the chase, and as important to us as finding the best new records available. 

Our record label has garnered much momentum with the release of Mass Lines 'Personality Cult' this year, with imminent releases from Kind Eyes and Sans Pareil as well as a forthcoming Cosmic Thoughts LP and some excellent little surprises around the corner.

Considering this, our snug little nest has become a little cluttered. Not least due to the success of our delicious filter coffee offering, and the launch of the Different Damage homeware and design brand, but simply due to the volume of vinyl we're buying in and shipping out. We need more space!

So we're pleased to announce our move to 32 Rendezvous St. It's within sight of the existing store, but we have the luxury of almost tripling our floor space, meaning we'll be able to space and present our incredible growing stock with some comfort, for us, and most importantly, for you.

Our grand opening day is to be confirmed, but expect it before the end of September. 

Thank you for your continued support this year, we would not be able to make this move if it was not for that.

August 12, 2015 by George Clift