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junglungs

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Another Tokyo Record Store question
« on: August 25, 2010, 08:51:56 AM »
Hello

I'll be in Tokyo next week and looking to do some record shopping.  I've been there many times before and hit the major stops like Disk Union, Modern Music, etc.  But I'm curious if anyone could recommend any of the smaller, more "specialty"-type stores that sell avant-garde/experimental stuff.  For example, something along the lines of the Omega Point shop. 
I'm looking both well-known psyche/noise vinyl and also recent, local stuff on tape/CDr.

And I may have my info totally mixed up, but is it Go Hirano (or some other PSF band member) that runs the Enban store? or Fillmore records?

any help is appreciated!
best,
jon

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Re: Another Tokyo Record Store question
« Reply #1 on: August 29, 2010, 02:49:14 AM »
About Enban, Fumihito Taguchi, the founder of this coffee shop/ Aladdin's cave,
is interviewed, here:

http://www.webdice.jp/dice/detail/854/

He discusses his Oz Disc (or, O to Z Disc) label.
Very curious in the catalogue, was the "Buy Or Die" project .