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A record pressing plant is set to open inside a former World War II prison

Kooky!

Setting up shop inside the former Blokhuispoort prison in Holland, Deepgrooves is a brand-new record pressing plant with a seriously morbid location. 

Set up by Chris Roorda (Deeptrax Records) and Pascal Thulin, Deepgrooves is keen to shine a light on boutique labels and small, up-and-coming artist with a focus on producing limited edition vinyl runs and coloured vinyl. 

They're also planning on installing a viewing window for visitors to be able to see the vinyl pressing in progress, with the plant said to have: "a user friendly one-stop-shopping concept where artwork, mastering and other services are being provided from a single point of contact.”

The Deepgrooves pressing plant is set to open in August 2017.

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