The Camden branch of Reckless Records - a valuable source of second-hand vinyl loveliness for Londoners - is to go the way of its Upper Street counterpart and close down this month.
The store, at 92 Camden High Street, will cease trading on September 11th (the shops on Berwick Street, Soho, remain open). As way of celebration/an excuse to mash shit up proper, local punky types Bullet Union will be performing in store at around 6pm. This is a free show, so if you wanna come, come early. Cos it'll be pretty packed. Come even earlier and buy some neat records at stupidly low prices, too.
Another date for the Londoner's diary: the aforementioned Union play with the excellent This Aint Vegas at the Buffalo Bar on September 7th. Their second album The Night Don Benito Saved My Life is released on September 12th.