A Separate Reality Records Hosts Reopening Party in Ohio City


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A Separate Reality Records, which brought music collectibles of all kinds to West 14th in Tremont since 2013, has recently moved shop to Ohio City.

Tonight, after a bit of a delay, the record store hosts a party in celebration of its reopening at 3932 Lorain Avenue. The event, running from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m., features a slew of live music and DJs, including DJ GrandBag, Ouster, Teasebox and the Tornments. Entrance is free, and do expect raffles and giveaways.

The new space isn't a whole lot larger than the previous one, but does offer a spacious patio for hosting events and live music. No word yet on if the  Buckland Museum of Witchcraft & Magick, A Separate Reality's former adjoining neighbor in Tremont, is moving out of the building as well.

Find out more about the event right here.

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