With 25000 7″ records, he is the greatest Amália Rodrigues collector in the world, owning more than 650 records of the “Queen of Fado”.
Owner of one of the coolest independent record stores of Lisbon, his collection is based on 60s and 70s LPs, with real treasures of psychedelia, prog and much more.
Radio-host since 1979, he’s collecting record since late 60s.
Music journalist and a true vinyl lover for decades, Rui Miguel Abreu has been diggin’ for Funk, Soul, Hip-Hop, Library, Weird Electronica, and so on.
A DJ since 1980, he was the first Portuguese DJ to do an edit before it became fashion. Working as a A&R for the major label Valentim de Carvalho, Pedro Tenreiro is also part of the seven inch collective “Sete Magníficos” (Magnificent Seven) and proudly presents his “Club de Funk”.
Rogério Matos is the biggest Portuguese vinyl collector and one of the biggest in Europe. Wait to hear the rest.
João’s a documentalist and researcher on RTP tv station. His collection is based on Portuguese records from the 50s, 60s & 70s.
Owner of Groovie Records, Edgar edits and collects the most obscure garage, freakbeat and psych cookies.
Joaquim’s the author of Taschen’s books “Jazz covers” and “Funk & Soul covers”, and yes, he has every single records on both books.