Third Man Records London

Like the locations in Detroit and Nashville, Jack White’s Third Man Records London shop showcases his love of vinyl records as well as his interior design flair. Designed by the man himself, this shop welcomes you in with a vibrant color palette of bright yellow and red, complemented by black-and-white tiles. Inside, you can find a treasure trove of good music; every record sold is produced by the Third Man Records label. The shop also includes a book vending machine, a recording booth, and an intimate live-music venue on the lower floor.

Third Man Records London

  • 1 Marshall St, Carnaby, London W1F 9BA, UK

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