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New Vinyl Shop Coming This Summer to Highland Park

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Warm up your turntables, Eastsiders! There is a new vinyl shop headed to Highland Park this summer. Mount Analog will open in July, and we're told they will not only sell new and used vinyl records, but also "books, films, literature, clothing and other assorted curated goods."

The shop will be a spot to check out live events, too, like musical performances, book signings and readings, film screenings, and more. We're also told it will serve as the West Coast office of the esteemed UK label Finders Keepers Records and the B-Music collective.

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"Mount Analog is a place for the creative idealist, progressive artist, music and arts enthusiast, rarities collector, and moreover: the everyday curious and adventure seeker," says co-owner Mahssa Taghinia who also runs B-Music and the U.S. division of Finders Keepers Records. "It is for anyone and everyone desiring cutting edge brands, art, music, literature, and film within a comfortable, community-oriented and aesthetically-unique retail space."
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If you're vinyl-curious, you can get in and check it out during the "soft opening" phase in June, or, if you're patient, you can wait for the grand opening, slated for July 14. Keep up with their progress via Mount Analog's Facebook page.

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