A small sampling of what Leary Records will have on offerThe prognostications for record stores may be dire, but Seattle’s probably the place to open a record store if you’re inclined to take on such an endeavor. Leary Records is taking over the space Dissonant Plane formerly occupied, at 5459 Leary Ave NW, and will reveal its wares — including a shit ton of used vinyl — to the public at 11 a.m. The store doesn’t appear to have a web presence yet other than its Facebook page, which claims that the store has recently acquired “soooo much psych.” Enticing! Especially considering that the grand opening festivities will include performances from Handshakes and Megabats, whose creepy ambient psych feels like someone just stretched out your brain like Silly Putty. Bands play at 6 p.m., and the store is open until 8 p.m.