The new record shop, called Disk Frisk, is coming to Gloucester Road in Bristol.
Run by local DJs Kane Orchard (aka Kayne the Hermit) and Corey Miller – otherwise known as Morey Cillar – Disk Frisk will specialise in second-hand vinyl from the 1970s through to the early 2000s. The shop is set to open toward the end of April or in early May.
The pair, who also host an NTS show as Disk Frisk, started out selling digitally via their Instagram page and recently announced the plan to open a physical shop. The store will be housed in new creative space The Old Drumbank Studios. Following the announcement, they also held a pop-up record store at Bristol venue The Love Inn earlier this month.
Sharing the news, Orchard and Millar said, “We want to thank all the people who have bought from us and supported the Instagram which has ultimately allowed us to get this far and make the jump to a physical space so soon!” [sic]
Follow Disk Frisk on Instagram for updates on the shop opening.