Radio-Active Records' New Location Grand Opening, November 5

Radio-Active Records' Grand Opening Party
With Little Beard, Luma Junger, and Möthersky
Radio-Active Records, Fort Lauderdale
Saturday, November 5, 2011

Check out a slide show here.

Check out video here.

Road trippers making their way from Fort Kent, Maine, to Key West will now be able to satisfy their musical needs as they cruise through Broward County without a search-and-rescue mission away from the main drag. 

The lights and sounds from Radio-Active Records' new home beckoned vinyl addicts and music nerds in from its new home on Federal Highway on Saturday. Nestled in a row of kitschy human and animal grooming shops, a tattoo place, pinball machines, and the sexy Cubby Hole and just blocks from Laser Wolf, the new location is fitting for a store of its kind. The recent move warranted a celebration, and in Radio-Active's low-key style, that's what the flock of music nerds received.

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