- The store, which launched last weekend, is housed within Club Maté France's offices in the tenth arrondissement.
A new record shop called DDD has opened in Paris.
DDD's owner, Xavier Ehretsmann, was previously involved in La Source, the popular Paris record store that shuts its doors in October. His new shop, which is also located in the tenth arrondissement, is housed within Club Maté France's offices at 12 Boulevard Saint-Martin. It has space for around 8000 new and second-hand records, including house, techno, Italo, jungle, electro and experimental. DDD will only open on Mondays and Saturdays from 1 PM through 7 PM—if you'd like to visit another day of the week, you can do so via appointment. (You can also shop online via Discogs.)
For anyone in Paris, DDD is hosting the second of two in-store opening parties today, January 30th, featuring sets from Low Jack, Doc Daneeka, Nick V, Phase, Flegon, NTN, Chivers and Keat. Doors will close at 10 PM.