Armed with his want list and his wallet, Goldmine’s Dr. Disc is shopping his way through independent record shops. This edition: The Groove in Nashville.
By Dr. Disc Goldmine’s secret shopper — who will be known to you only as Dr. Disc — travels extensively and loves to visit record shops during those trips. An avid collector and music lover, the good Doc scopes out …
If you long for the old-school ways of buying and enjoying your music, Alan Maisano’s A&M Music Center in Lyndhurst, N.J., is right up your alley.
Goldmine’s Dr. Disc takes a mystery record shopping road trip to Cactus Music in Houston to assess its stock, staff, store, selection and special features.
With more than 2 million used records for sale, Jerry’s Records in Pittsburgh is one of the largest vinyl-only record stores in the country. Here’s his story.
Redscroll Records began as a record label, then evolved into a record shop in Wallingford, Conn. Owners Joshua Carlson and Rick Sinkiewicz share the history of their store.
Divinyl Revolution keeping vinyl & more alive in Saratoga Springs, N.Y.
Discology has been in business since 2006 and carries everything from rock ’n’ roll and classical music to movie and music memorabilia. The shop specializes in finding hard-to-find items. This includes new and used CDs, LPs, DVDs and memorabilia. Shop …
A Connecticut record store that has proven that vinyl records have always been a mainstay in recorded music sales
Record stores, where are you? Collectors, where do you buy your records?