Hanseplatte Music from the record during the day, live in the evening

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In the Hanseplatte in Hamburg you can discover selected records, CDs and all kinds of Hanseatic souvenirs.

If you need a crash course in Hamburg's music history, you won't find any better training material than on the Hanseplatte: Vinyl and CDs are clearly arranged according to artists and record companies, from old Heidi Kabel sound material to the latest electronic boom of the Audiolith label.
Especially the detection of rarities and obscure sound carriers is the main focus here. In addition, all kinds of Hanseatic items are offered for sale, from striped fisherman's shirts to books about the Hanseatic city. The shop opposite the Live-Club Knust isn't particularly big, but bands sometimes build up their instruments here, too: There are regular small, fine concerts by up-and-coming Hamburg bands, which prove between the shelves that their city rocks.

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