Brooklyn Flea Sells Hard-to-Find Music

Dearly departed Etherea Records gets a popup of sorts at this weekend's Flea.

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After spending nearly 14 years perched on Avenue A, Etherea Records -- one of the city's serious troves of hard-to-find indie music and international imports -- closed its doors in February, and plenty of guitars gently wept.

If you're kicking yourself for not stopping by during the shop's final days to scoop up tons of great tuneage at everything-must-go prices, here's your second chance. Etherea founder Rich Kim will be a special guest at the Brooklyn Flea in DUMBO all weekend, where he'll be selling music by the armload. We recommend getting there early.

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