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Citing rising rents and the changing face of the music industry, Other Music, an independent record store in New York City, will close its doors on June 25, 2016 after 20 years in business. MSNBC travels to the store in its final month to speak with co-owner Josh Madell as well as customers and comedian and musician Tim Heidecker on what made the store legendary.