Tomáš Matonoha recommends the record The Boatman’s Call (Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds). Photo: Kabinet Records

Originally established as a record store with the Cabinet of Muses club, today Kabinet Records operates as a new label focusing on the Brno music scene and offers hundreds of LPs across genres and continents. From punk to jazz.

For „LP“ collectors, this shop is a vinyl paradise. There is something for everyone, such as Nina Simone, Patti Smith, Caribou and even Black Sabbath. For the entire LP offer, please email info@kabinetmuz.cz. In addition, of course, you will find records here, which the label itself started releasing last year. The first was the eight-song debut In a Flash by the Brno-based band Bare Escape, which managed to put out its second album What if We Burn It at the end of 2020. The latest addition to the record label is the new album titled sustainable gardening by the band tryo, which was released late February. To see an interview with the band, go to the Planeta Brno website.  

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