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Take Away Jazz pops up for the weekend in Nottingham

We chat to Machine Woman as her shop on the road Take Away Jazz pops up in Notts

Renowned DJ and producer – not to mention friend of Juno Daily – Anastasia Vtorova aka. Machine Woman has reopened her by-appointment-only pop-up record shop in Nottingham. 

Sharing a name with the artist’s record label and branded as “a simple solution to your audio needs,” it’s now open again until June 1. 

Inside, patrons can expect to be greeted by Machine Woman herself, can request personal listening recommendations, and browse a large collection of rare, eclectic and signed records, as well as zines, memorabilia, clothing and other trinkets.

Vtorova commented, “If the place was on fire and I had to run and save one record, it would be the signed Actress record!!!”

ok so the project is called Take Away Jazz Records pop up store…. started in September 2020 but actually opened the doors in late November and December before it locked back up due to Covid.

‘It’s more of a book-a-visit store. You can come and drink some tea or Club-Mate and look through the vinyl collection, or even book a visit and sit drink tea and let me do a personal listening session for you.”

“There are some cassettes, some books and records some drawings – some from my personal collection, some from labels that I have worked with, and some from second-hand collections I bought off people.”

“I always wanted to work in a record store but no one would give me a job in one, so I thought I would open my own and make it a haven for those who enjoy experimental electronic music. Before, I often felt uncomfortable going into a record store because often it felt like an elites’ place. You got the sense that you needed to know every underground detail of every techno record ever pressed. I wanted to create something that is always welcoming and never judging of your music taste, or ability to recall every year Aphex Twin released an ambient record.”

“Now I’m taking it month by month. It might become a record stall at a local market where I be a local techno pusher – but in the meantime it’s located at the local artist co-working studios in the centre of Nottingham.

“I like the idea that I could take it on the road and do it anywhere in the world… well.”

Take Away Jazz is open until June 1st. For more information about the shop, visit: