Mount Analog's progress has slowly played out behind its glass storefront on North Figueroa Street since early May.
its forthcoming arrival. In the following weeks, boxes upon boxes of records were stacked on the floor and then slowly organized into bins. Recording and DJ equipment soon followed.
Finally, on Saturday, Highland Park will be able to begin diggin' in Mount Analog's crates.
North Figueroa Street newest record store will celebrate its grand opening from noon-10 p.m with free refreshments, food trucks and live music and sets from local DJs.
The grand opening will coincide with Second Saturday Gallery Night, and THIS Los Angeles' closing ceremony for Lisa Solberg's Stalker.
According co-owner Mahssa Taghinia, Mount Analog will strive to be more than just a record shop. Hosting live shows and offering a space for local artists and music lovers to connect will be part of the mission.
"Mount Analog is a place for the creative idealist, progressive artist, music and arts enthusiast, rarities collector, and moreover: the everyday curious and adventure seeker," Taghinia said. "It is for anyone and everyone desiring cutting edge brands, art, music, literature, and film within a comfortable, community-oriented and aesthetically-unique retail space."
Mount Analog at 5906.5 North Figueroa St. will officially open this Saturday, July 14. The Grand Opening will be held from noon to 10 pm and feature food trucks, free refreshments and live musical performances and DJ sets from the likes of Peanut Butter Wolf, Mariachi El Bronx, Peaking Lights (DJ set) and many others. See the attached flyer for more details.