One of Australia’s most unique music start-ups LableState.com has announced they will be taking things to the next level with a pop-up shop hitting Sydney in June. Specialising in providing bands and fans with merch with the least amount of hassle possible, the Lablestate.com pop-up T-shirt shop will be sticking around until Sunday, 4th August.
For two months, music lovers will have street level access to threads reppin’ their beloved artist, band, record label or even venue. In cahoots with more than 400 different artists and companies including FBi Radio, DZ Deathrays, Velociraptor and Rice Is Nice Records – there is sure to be a massive range to choose form.
The pop-up shop will host an array of musical events, the first of which will see Velociraptor’s Jeremy Neale peddling his currently buzz-worthy solo project broadcast live from the shop on FBi Radio at 2pm AEST Saturday, 6th June. Neale stopped by Music Feeds Studio recently, so you can get an idea of what to expect from him here.
LabelState facilitates a no-cost method for artists and companies to sell merch to fans by handling the sticky production and mailing costs and hooking bands up with $5 royalty from each sale.
Lablestate.com Pop-Up T-shirt Shop
Monday, 4th June – Sunday, 4th August
118 Oxford St, Darlinghurst