The team behind local venue Drugstore will launch it in mid-December.
Belgrade club Dim is opening a studio space and launching a record label.
Located within the venue, which is split across two levels and owned by the team behind celebrated local spot Drugstore, the studio will be open seven days a week from mid-December. It'll be used by local and international acts who visit the club, either to record tracks for Dim's forthcoming label or for other projects. The studio will also be used to record—in both audio and video—all the artists who perform at the club.
The first two releases for the label have been confirmed, spotlighting Dim residents Svetlana Maras and Mangulica FM, who will handle an EP each. More details will be revealed soon.
Check out some photos of Dim.