With neighbors like Shinola and Filson, Jack Black felt right at home when he set up shop in his hometown, just blocks from the Gold Dollar where the White Stripes played their first gig. Here, the sprawling 4,000 square foot warehouse is boldly colored in—what else—yellow and black, and there’s an edited assortment of vinyl, listening and recording booths as well as the requisite Third Man Records branded ephemera. Also of note: a performance space decorated with photos of local rock bands who have played in the Cass Corridor, and a soon-to-be-opened vinyl record pressing plant—one of less than two dozen left in the United States.

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