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One Distribution announces the opening of a unique branded retail space
curated in the basement of famed London-based skate shop, Slam City
Skates. Branded ONE at Slam City Skates, the space not only represents the
first global retail initiative from One Distribution, but a historically
significant foray into what was once the home of legendary UK vinyl shop,
Rough Trade.




In 1988 the unoccupied basement of Slam City Skates became the home of
Rough Trade. Having hosted in-store gigs from artists such as Pavement,
Stereolab, Jeff Buckley, Sebadoh, PJ Harvey and the first ever Beastie
Boys show in the UK , the Neal’s Yard location is legendary and has always
had a core customer base including Kurt Cobain.



In homage of the basement’s musical heritage and Slam City Skates’
quarter-century commitment to the London skate scene, ONE at Slam City
Skates was designed and curated to reflect the space’s rich history and
cultural relevance.



Throughout the year, One Distribution will also produce several unique
products that speak to Slam City’s 25-year history as one of London’s most
respected skate retailers.



ONE at Slam City will officially launched on Saturday, February 26, with a
grand opening celebration featuring Chad Muska, Stevie Williams and Ali
Boulala.









Via KR3W & SUPRA