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New Shop Concept Release party with LIVE music from Vena Portae featuring Emily Barker

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Warm welcome to Peoples & Schmidt, Linnegatan 5, Göteborg on 6th December at 7pm for a very special concept launch for our shop. 

To complement the rooms you already new about we have added two more rooms and integrated a fully operational music studio. The only obvious change you may notice is the new control room window we installed but our two new rooms encompass a moveable vocal room, a separate recoding room and allot of nice reference recording equipment. 

The rest of the shop is 'secret' linked as further recording spaces, including the large main room and YES we have the best Studio Monitors of any Studio I have ever been to (LINN EXAKT SYSTEM).

Music Producer and session musician Rosie MacClune is now in the driving seat at Linnegatan and will be actively pursuing new talent for our record label as well as being the in-house audio expert. Rosie is known as a member of several bands including The Hedrons & Gogobot and has toured the world as well as playing top UK gigs like Tea-in-the-park (3 times), The O2 Arena and allot more. She has even played with the Rolling Stones so I guess that covers the credibility Question.

The shop is now a physical and operational experience from the microphone to the living room and is rather stunning if I may say so myself ... pretty unique.

You may look forward to many music events including exclusive 'LIVE' recordings in the main area of the shop and that's how it will start out on 6th December with the return of the amazing Emily Barker as part of Her new band Vena Portae. Emily has a BAFTA, the intro song to Wallander (UK series) ... She is awesome and this time accompanied with some serious musical talent.


Please email your attendance in advance to martin@peoplesandschmidt.com for this exclusive ticketed event (150 sek in advance) and expect a fantastic evening. Warm Welcome ...

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