Liverpool's independent record shop Dig Vinyl is relocating

ONE of Liverpool's most loved independent record shops is moving home.

Founded by Anthony Nyland and Carl Emery, Dig Vinyl will venture out from their current basement home beneath Bold Street's Soho's and move down the road to the first floor of Resurrection.

Created in March 2014, Dig Vinyl is decades of hard work from record dealing, DJing, band managing and record label running.

Shop manager Yvonne Page said: "We’re really looking forward to the move as we come up to our fifth birthday - it’s the right time and the right space.

"We are so excited to be staying on Bold Street, which, although there's lots of amazing up and coming areas all around the city, is still regarded by many as the heart of the city's independents.

"We've always felt that Bold Street is a huge part of our identity and that it’s been integral to our success, so this really is the perfect move."

Dig Vinyl also manages pop-up shops at Liverpool Sound City and Liverpool International Festival Of Psychedelia.

Elliot Hutchinson, sales supervisor at Dig Vinyl added: "We’ve worked hard to build personal relationships with our customers, which is an essential part of running a shop in the heart of the city’s music community.

"Our knowledge and taste has grown over the years, along with our selection and one-to-one recommendations.

"This move is just a natural progression of our desire to provide the city with a great independent record shop that caters to everyone.”

Dig Vinyl will open in its new location of 27-29 Bold Street on Friday, January 25.

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