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‘Fix’ is in! Sound Fix to relocate — and live music will return

for The Brooklyn Paper

Yes, one of Brooklyn’s best record stores is moving out of its home of five years, but Sound Fix owner James Bradley has some good news for his customers, too: Live music performances will return!

In-store appearances at the Bedford Avenue vinyl and CD emporium helped define Sound Fix — until neighbors complained and the shows were halted.

They’ll return at the Berry Street location.

“Record stores all over the nation [have live music],” said Bradley (pictured). “Why can’t we?”

Bradley also hopes to expand the listening section of the store, which he feels is too cramped in the current location.

The new store will open in early September in a building that will also house a wine bar, a BBQ restaurant and a dance club.

Sound Fix [for now at 110 Bedford Ave. at N. 11th Street in Williamsburg, (718) 388-8090]. Opening in September at 44 Berry St., at N. 11th Street.

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mark from austim says:
i agree,here in austin tx we have in store music performancs several days a week.
June 28, 2009, 2:51 am

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