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Heaven Street Records
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Boston native Sean Ragon put his obsessive love for music to use by opening a mini-van sized record shop located inside Fox & Fawn, a vintage store on the Greenpoint-Williamsburg border. Ragon’s shop occupies a single corner of the clothing store’s back room, but there are plenty of music gems to be discovered in the neatly organized space. The eclectic selection of LPs and 7-inches spans across a wide range of genres, from post-punk to folk. A white label that provides insightful facts about the band or genre adorns each album’s plastic sleeve. These bits of musical guidance come from Ragon’s intensive research on the albums he sells, and sometimes simply reflect his own recommendations, which he shares whenever he isn’t on tour with his own band, Cult of Youth. The shop’s new and used records are both moderately priced at $10 to $20, but for the most passionate record collectors, Ragon offers a small collection of rare vinyl at a premium price available upon request.
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