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by Pizzo
2 March, 2011@9:15 pm
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Fat Beats founder Joe Abajian explains how Fat Beats will live on in the aftermath of it’s retail stores closing. The new venture will exist as a “pop-up shop”, a monthly event which will section off a piece of their Brooklyn warehouse for customers to come in and purchase product. “FB BK will be reminiscent of the atmosphere and energy that the NY and LA stores once exuded. We have DJs of note spinning throughout the day, such as DJ Evil Dee, DJ Spinna, and Rich Medina,” Joe told The Village Voice. The first event takes place March 5th from noon to 8pm.

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1 Responses to "Fat Beats Is Back, In A Way."
  • Christopher says:

    It is real sad that the days of the record shops are pretty much over. I remember that my first stop in Vegas was to Maryland to hit HHS, drop 200 bucks and then work my vacation around the money I had left. Just a shame that digital has made people so lazy that they can’t got to a shop to get an album.

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