Houston, TX 77007
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- Free, Street
Houston Press' Description
Houston music lovers gained a true treasure when Heights Vinyl opened up in late 2011. The little shop run by Craig Brown has become a destination for record hunters on the lookout for quality used stock, but Brown’s passion for music extends to more than just making a sale. He also thinks Heights Vinyl has a mission to support the local music scene and the bands who roll through town, shown by the store's hosting record releases, in-store appearances, and special acoustic performances on its “High Noon Stage." These events often feature another of Houstonians' favorite activities: drinking free beer from local breweries. What’s not to love?
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2012 Best of Houston Winner: Best Vinly Shop.Check out more Houston Press Winners here:http://www.houstonpress.com/bestof/ Or go moblie with the free Best Of app.
Nice pricing system. It's based off reservoir dogs.
Prices are a little high but you will find they have a ver knowledgable staff and am awesome collection of vintage turntables, amps, and speakers. They are also super about fixing stuff that they sell
Overpriced for about 90% of their selection.
Awesome selection and knowledgable employees! This place rocks!
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