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On February 5th 2017 we opened the doors to the Erased Tapes Sound Gallery — a communal space for people to experience sound in a different way. May it be on our omnidirectional speakers, different instruments, in workshops or sound installations.
”May our new space provide a haven, reflecting these values we share and allowing people to find a moment to slow down in this fast-paced world we live in” — Robert Raths, Erased Tapes founder
”I pootled around in slippers, heard spoken word, had a killer espresso, read some poetry. Highly recommended for a lazy afternoon” — Kate Hutchinson, The Guardian writer
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You're welcome to slow down.
We will sit and listen together.
Erased Tapes is ten.