New York City’s East Village is getting a new record store focusing exclusively on “rare and collectible contemporary vinyl and cassettes,” BrooklynVegan reports. Limited To One, which will be located at 221 E. 10th Street between First and Second Avenues, is the brainchild of Kristian Sorge, who also helms the RecordNerdz podcast and Instagram and who founded the store with his girlfriend Nichole Porges. “We’re not shooting to have a lot of dollar bins. We don’t want to have a lot of fluff,” Sorge tells Bedford + Bowery. “We want it to be a very curated space that focuses on contemporary collectible items and out-of-print items.” So far, they’ve managed to acquire some Fugazi test pressings, Japanese pressings of the Smiths’ Meat Is Murder and Nirvana’s Bleach and In Utero, and original copies of Cap’n Jazz’s Analphabetapolotholgy, Nas’s It Was Written, and Jawbreaker’s Dear You. The shop will open 7/29 with a mini-concert featuring Gameface’s Jeff Caudill and other “sort of ex-punk rock, ex-indie rockers playing acoustic,” Sorge says.