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Abbot Kinney Scores A Cool New Record Shop

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Even more news for Venice's buzziest shopping stretch. Jack Spade's former Abbot Kinney space is now the brick-and-mortar home of online record club VNYL, which took over the shop last month.

Offering a curated selection of old classics and new releases organized by #vibe, the store also features nine turntables so shoppers can give tunes a test spin. Other interior touches—a collab between design firm Ink & Wood and Hipstamatic CEO Lucas Buick—include an eight-foot "Wall of Sound" speaker installation, a DJ booth, and a live performance stage for hosting upcoming in-store shows.

Analog audiophiles can also join VNYL's subscription service, which ships three records to your doorstep based on your playlist preferences ($24 per month or $228 a year). Intrigued? Learn more or sign up here.

VNYL is open Monday through Wednesday from 11am to 8pm, Thursday from 11am to 9pm, Friday and Saturday from 11am to 10:30pm, and Sunday from 12 to 8pm.


1136 Abbot Kinney Boulevard, Venice, CA 90291, USA