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PX Records celebrates its first anniversary by announcing the opening of three record stores in the brand’s Soho, Holborn, and Chelsea venues where they’ll be promoting albums by all the artists on its roster: namely UK soul outfit Mamas Gun, US saxophone legend Scott Hamilton, Jamiroquai keyboardist Matt Johnson, and jazz duo Ian Shaw and Tony Kofi, all recorded at PizzaExpress Live venues.

Since the launch of PX Records in April 2023, the label has released nine records from artists across a range of genres – from jazz to hip hop, and dance to country. The successful albums have seen over 1.5 million streams in their first year, with countless tracks making it onto national radio.

In 2024, PX Records is set to release even more new records, including a hotly anticipated album from Brit award winner Jack Garratt, whose album was recorded during a series of sold-out live shows at PizzaExpress Live in Holborn, along with captivating duo KYNO (Keep Ya Nose Out), who first rose to fame on X-Factor where they garnered attention due to their awe-inspiring vocals and fierce stage presence.

Commenting on the label’s success, PizzaExpress Music Manager, Ross Dines says: “For almost 50 years, music has been an iconic part of PizzaExpress, combining live performances and delicious dining experiences. To be able to continue our passion for supporting both up-and-coming and established, global artists through PX Records is something we’re very proud of and we’re thrilled to celebrate this milestone with the opening of our first record stores.”

UK future soul band Yakul, whose vinyl album was recorded at PizzaExpress Live in Holborn last year, said, “It was incredible to have our live show recorded and released on vinyl via PX Records. There’s something very special about vinyl and it’s incredibly exciting to have this record now available at PizzaExpress’ record stores across London.”

Since its inception in Soho in the late ‘70s, PizzaExpress Live has built a reputation as one of the UK’s leading destinations for live music, presenting over 1,500 shows per year, including recent performances from McFly and Pixie Lott. PizzaExpress is also home to a long line of musicians who have gone on to become global stars including Jamie Cullum, Amy Winehouse, Norah Jones, and Gregory Porter.

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