Sound Fix Music record store in Williamsburg closes its doors

Sound Fix Music record store is selling tunes

Sound Fix Music record store is selling tunes for the last time today since it first opened in 2004. (Credit: News 12 )

WILLAMSBURG - Today may be National Record Store day, but it also marks the end of one music shop in Williamsburg.

Sound Fix Music record store is selling tunes for the last time today since it first opened in 2004.

James Bradley, owner of the Berry Street store, says business dropped off significantly after the economic recession, as well as drastic changes in the digital music culture.
 

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