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on Sun Jul 10 2016 2016-07-10 2016-07-10
Daily Vinyl pres: 'Revelation Time'
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Wrapping up his tour of Shanghai venues, Japanese record store owner Eiji of "Revelation Time" in Osaka plays some vinyl at Both Music. No entry fee. Runs 3pm to 7pm.
  • TAGS: Nightlife Vinyl
  • DATE:on Sun Jul 10 2016
  • TIME:3pm-7pm
© Photo by SmartShanghai
Suite B106, 570 Huaihai Xi Lu, near Kaixuan Lu (Inside Red Town)
淮海西路570号红坊创意园区B106, 近凯旋路
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© Photo by SmartShanghai
Suite B106, 570 Huaihai Xi Lu, near Kaixuan Lu (Inside Red Town)
淮海西路570号红坊创意园区B106, 近凯旋路
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