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Heres our story.
Shuga Records started by accident.
Now one of the largest online record stores in the world, it all began a
decade ago when a car accident landed Chicago DJ Adam Shuga Rose Rosen on
an operating-room table and, later, out of work. To pay the bills, he
logged onto Ebay and reluctantly started selling off his library of more
than 5,000 albums, earning enough to pay the rent and then some. With his
profits, he began rebuilding his collection, which, like his expertise of
vintage and audiophile vinyl, grew quickly and exponentially. Now a six-
employee family company run by Adam and his wife Danielle, Shuga Records
has an inventory of nearly 400,000 highest-quality recordings, which are
each approved by Adam himself, updated in real-time.
Shuga stocks many of the bands that got Adam hooked on DJing as a teenager,
from Underworld and Nine Inch Nails to the Future Sound of London. But its
specialties have expanded to include the widest range of audiophile
pressings from classical labels, 1960s folk and psych, and rare first
editions by some of rocks biggest legends, as well as the kind of esoterica
DJs crave, from spoken word records and private-label pressings to regional
rarities, novelty albums, reissues, and new collector vinyl. While buyers
from around the world are drawn to the stores range of albums, the way
Shuga does business consistent, on-the-mark grading; prompt, secure
shipping; and a commitment to music that shows keeps them coming back:
If you see it, we;'ve got it. In 2009, Shuga Records launched a one-of-a-
kind real-time inventory system designed specifically for us. What it means
for you: It's in stock, and the moment its sold the listing is
automatically removed from our database. That means when you buy, its
In 2009, Shuga Records celebrates a milestone. Relocated to a 7,500-square-
foot space in Northeast Minneapolis, Shuga Records is opening a retail
store to showcase local artists, welcome musicians for in-store
performances and make visible our decade long passion for music. While
getting started may have been accidental, getting here ten years later is
Shuga Records bricks-and-mortar store is at 165 13th Avenue in the heart of
Northeast Minneapolis arts district. The former home of the Minnesota
Center for Photography, the store will offer low-priced used records, new
releases on vinyl and CD, a free bin of records and album-cover art,
listening booths, a DJ booth and stage for in-store performances, vintage
turntables and an online database to browse the hundreds of thousands of
records stored in the back-of-store warehouse.
Carrying new records by local bands, the store will also showcase local
visual artists. Two photographers are curating two walls of their music
photography: Cameron Wittig, whos photographed artists including Andrew
Bird, Haley Bonar, Dosh and others, will present his studio-based photos,
while Marshall Franklin Long, staff photographer for Metro Magazine, will
give a look at concert photos by local and national acts.
The most visible visual artwork will be an iconic 50-foot mural by Broken
Crow, created with large-scale stencils. The gigantic street-art scene by
Broken Crow collaborators John Grider and Mike Fitzsimmons features a giant
porcupine and a repeating pattern of vinyl records. The wall, on the stores
west side, will feature a new local muralist each year.
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