London's Finest by ABSOLUTE.
Ahead of his appearance at Disco Inferno this Saturday, ABSOLUTE. takes his us through London’s creative culture spots…
London based producer ABSOLUTE. has been active on the city’s dance music scene for a number of years now, supporting the likes of Tiga here at the club, as well as a plethora of heavyweight artists such as Maya Jane Coles, Laurent Garnier, Horse Meat Disco and lots more.
Originally from the seaside town of Torquay, Anthony aka ABSOLUTE. is a current Londoner who fully appreciates the capital’s music and fashion culture, stretching from Soho to Camden to Dalston & more.
Sharing a selection of his favourite places to shop in town ‘from threads to music to magazines’ ahead of our first ever Disco Inferno event on Saturday with Austin Ato, ABSOLUTE. takes his us through London’s creative culture spots…
Dover Street Market - Central
A bounty of designer threads including some of my favourite brands from the outlandishly fun Charles Jeffery and Walter Van Beirendonck to powerhouses Balenciaga and Rick Owens to effortlessly cool street queen Martine Rose. There’s something for every occasion, if not for every budget.
LN-CC - Dalston
Worth a visit even if only for the incredible interior design, it’s like a cavernous futuristic tunnel filled with fashion, books and musical delights.
magCulture - Clerkenwell / Angel
One of the best collections of creative magazines in the world, the perfect place to get lost and inspired.
Juno - Camden / Online
I’ve been using these guys for years, I would buy all my vinyl online here before I even moved to London and I get most of my musical equipment here too, they have one of the largest selections of both equipment and electronic vinyl in the city. On top of that, the staff are always so friendly.
Phonica Records - Soho
A London institution. When my first release ‘Fairground’ came out on vinyl a couple of years ago I went here to buy a copy, I was so excited I ended up telling everyone in the shop.