Thursday, July 03, 2014

Marbecks Queens Arcade expands, My Generation Music for sale, Everyman Records shuts


Marbecks new counter. Photo via Marbecks Twitter

Marbecks' Queens Arcade store was saved from closure when Roger Marbeck bought the business back in April this year, and relocated across Queens Arcade to a smaller store. This past weekend he shifted back to the original space, expanding his store. Great news! They say they now have the biggest selection of classical in Australasia.

The new/old store. Photo via Marbecks Twitter

ADDED: While Marbecks is expanding, My Generation Music in Browns Bay, Auckland (a former Marbecks franchise) is up for sale. The business is listed on TradeMe, for $65,000. 



And in Nelson, Everyman Records is shutting down, after 39 years. The owner is placing the business in voluntary liquidation.

ADDED 21 July: Sunday Star Times writer and Nelson resident Grant Smithies on the closure of Everyman Records; When the music stops. 

1 comment:

clare jordan said...

Shame about Browns Bay. I hope it stays a record store. I LOVE that shop.
Clare