Record Stores in Iceland


Hljómsyn | Record Store

Hljómsyn

Address: 108, Ármúli 38, Reykjavík, Iceland

Lucky Records | Record Store

Lucky Records

Address: Rauðarárstígur, Austurbær Reykjavík, Iceland
“ One of the six best record stores in the world” (BA Highlife)Lucky Records is Iceland‘s biggest record store and offers an amazing choice of vinyls and CDs, both new and used. Starting back in 2005 in the Kolaportið flea market, its collection has never ceased to increase. Today, one can find over 40,000 items covering a wide variety of musical genres, from jazz to soul, funk and afrobeat, from rock and pop to punk and electronic and classical music, and also an impressive icelandic section, ideal for discovering some of the local finest music. It is also possible to find music t-shirts, posters and used dvd‘s.The store is located in Rauðarárstígur, next to Hlemmur bus station. Everyone is welcome to visit us to discover some music while drinking a free organic coffee, sitting and chilling in a friendly atmosphere, listening to the vintage juke-box funky tracks or on one of the listening stations.If you’re looking for an extremely rare Icelandic pressing of your favorite band or just willing to discover the latest CD from a local artist, Lucky Records is the place you’re looking for!(from the official website)

Tónspil | Record Store

Tónspil

Website: tonspil.is
Address: Hafnarbraut, 740 Neskaupstaður, Iceland
The biggest record store on the east fjords of Iceland. Offers new CDs, vinyl and DVDs among many other things. Varied selections but high emphasis on 70's rock.

Kaffi Vinyl | Record Store

Kaffi Vinyl

Website: Facebook
Address: Hverfisgata 76, 101 Reykjavík, Iceland
Restaurant which plays and also sells vinyl records

Smekkleysa | Record Store

Smekkleysa

Address: Skólavörðustígur 16, 101 Reykjavík, Iceland
Smekkleysa SM was founded in 1986 as collaborative publishing company focusing on publishing refuse of its owners.Smekkleysa SM/Bad Taste SM, was established in Iceland in 1986, by a group of young artists and musicians, who had been active since the Icelandic punk explosion in the early eighties. Part of their world domination or death manifesto, was to create a pop band with The Sugarcubes which in turn became the backbone for Smekkleysa SMs activities over the next few years.

12 tónar | Record Store

12 tónar

Address: Skólavörðustígur 15, 101 Reykjavík, Iceland
New CDs and vinyl on two floors. First floor is dedicated to jazz and classical music, while the basement hosts a wide selection of alternative, indie and electronic.From the official website:The 12 Tónar shop is known as a friendly place where you can sit down, listen to a wide selection of music on two floors, enjoy free espresso or tea, read magazines and relax. We sometimes have concerts in our shop. Especially on Fridays during the summer when our lovely garden becomes the venue for all kinds of music. In 2006 the 12 Tónar shop in Reykjavik was awarded the prestigious title Shop of the Year by the City of Reykjavik.12 Tónar is also an independent record label. Our position as a label is unique as we regularly meet with many musicians in our shop. Therefore we are in good contact with emerging talent.

Geisladiskabúð Valda | Record Store

Geisladiskabúð Valda

Address: Laugavegur 64, 101 Reykjavík, Iceland
A tiny little store in downtown Reykjavik, packed with CDs, vinyl, DVDs, Blu-rays and cassettes. Used and new. The best place to look for hard rock and metal in Reykjavik. A real gem.

Reykjavík Record Shop | Record Store

Reykjavík Record Shop

Website: Facebook
Address: Klapparstígur 35, 101 Reykjavik, Iceland
Reykjavík Record Shop is a new record shop in downtown Reykjavík, specializing in new and used vinyl records. In the shop you can also buy new icelandic cd's, record players, turntable mats, t-shirts, tote bags, music related books and more.

Havarí | Record Store

Havarí

Website: havari.is
Address: Austurstræti 6, 101 Reykjavík, Iceland