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After beginning in owner and founder Shawn Schwartz’s apartment and changing locations several times, Halcyon remains in Brooklyn as one of New York City’s most loved record stores. Primarily selling independent, underground music (specifically electronic and dance), the staff at Halcyon describe themselves as ‘hopeless music nerds…DJs…vinyl addicts…black crack pushers.’ Due to its welcoming and friendly atmosphere of music lovers, you will be sure to be making multiple trips back to this unique record store.
Halcyon, 395 Wythe Avenue,, Brooklyn, New York, NY,, USA
Wax Museum Records is a record store based in Melbourne, Australia. Established in 2006, our products include a range of new and used vinyl, tapes, turntable accessories, vinyl care products and gift vouchers. DJ lessons, movie screenings and room hire in neighbouring space 'The Beats Below' are also available. In 2009, Wax Museum launched it's own in-house record label featuring talent from Melbourne and abroad.
Shop 2 Campbell arcade (Flinders st. Station Subway) Degraves st., Melbourne Victoria, Australia 3000
From it's earliest beginnings Rush Hour has cultivated itself into a haven for music lovers worldwide. The reputation Rush Hour has built mainly comes from the fact that we, first and foremost, focus on music we totally believe in and have a love for. The Rush Hour family has a strong sense of pride in always working with and feeding off that impulse and faith. Rush Hour has always been this way. The company formed in late 1997 with the opening of our record store and mailorder service. Initially importing obscure house and techno records from around the world, then [...]
Spuistraat 116, 1012 VA Amsterdam, Netherlands, Netherlands
In The Corner Records is a new record store hidden in the corner of Birmingham’s DJTechDirect in the Custard Factory. You will find brand new releases meticulously sourced every week by our staff from across Europe, specialising in House, Techno and Disco. In The Corner Records provides a tailored approach to record shopping. No endless clicking through dodgy 30 second mp3 streams and stopping in at home waiting for delivery. Its just like going back in time to an era when a record store new its customers on personal level. When the staff behind the counter would pull out releases [...]
Custard Factory, Birmingham, United Kingdom, UK