Go Retro: This Lower Parel Cafe Will Organise Vinyl Sessions On The First Sunday Of Every Month

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All the music lovers of retro music and old-school vinyls, the G5A Foundation for Contemporary Culture is bringing back their ‘Vinyl Sundays’ on the first Sunday of every month at PORT Cafe.

The Vinyls Are Back

In the age of digital music, where you have apps to stream your music from, the vinyls bring in a little bit of the old world charm. The physical records of these vinyls played on a turntable and blasted off the speakers, with listeners sitting around and taking it all at once, is what these sessions will be made of.

The idea is to bring back the magic of vinyls and encourage vinyl owners or people who’d love to listen to vinyls under one roof.

What We Love

On Vinyl Sundays, the idea is to exchange vinyls, play them or even listen to them. The sessions will happen on the first Sunday of every month from 3pm to 6pm at PORT cafe. The cafe in itself has a really nice vibe going on, and even has a green patch of open roof for people to lounge in.

At these sessions, guests can either bring in their own vinyl collection {old, new or borrowed}, or join in as a listener. From your old Beatles, to Pink Floyd To Miles Davies and more, turn back the time with music. It’s also a great way to meet new people in the city, exchange musical notes {new band recommendations? Yes please}, or just socialise on an other wise lazy Sunday.

So, We're Saying...

We love communities in Mumbai organising more of these events and bringing back the magic of lost records. If you’re a 90s kid, you may have grown up listening to Michael Jackson’s tunes on an LP, but if you’re a millennial – head to one of these and reminisce the past unknown to you.

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Former Senior Features Writer, LBB Mumbai | Equal love for coffee, and chai. ☕️