Record Stores in Manchester, England, United Kingdom

Fopp | Record Store


Address: 19 Brown Street, Manchester, Manchester M2 1DA, UK
CDs, DVDs, Books, Vinyl, T-Shirts, Posters

Stifers | Record Store


Address: 177 Fog Ln, Manchester M20 6FJ, UK
Noel Gallagher wrote once,"Mr Sifter sold me songs when I was just 16." Mr Gallagher may not be 16 anymore, but Mr Sifter and Sifters Records are still around after more than 30 years in the music business. Come and have a sift through one of the most affordable second-hand record shops in Manchester. Over the years we've gained an extensive amount of knowledge about music and records which we love to share with our customers. So, if you're a music fan of any genre, you'll find something of interest at our shop. You can also bring your old records and sell them to us, we will offer you a good price for them.

Mars Tapes | Record Store

Mars Tapes

Address: Afflecks, 3RD FLOOR, Church St, 52, Manchester M4 1PW, UK
The last Cassette shop in the UK!Mars Tapes can be found in the legendary Afflecks Palace in the heart of Manchester.We stock only cassettes and cassette related items, so browse our listings or stop by the shop if your local.Come celebrate tapes with us...yes we know it's 2020!

V Revolution | Record Store

V Revolution

Website: Facebook
Address: 88 Oldham St, Manchester M4 1LF, UK
Punk, Metal and Hardcore, plus Zines, t-shirts, prints and vegan food and snacks

Reel Around The Fountain Records | Record Store

Reel Around The Fountain Records

Website: Facebook
Address: Upper Unit 41-42 Stretford Mall, Chester Road, Manchester M32 9BB, United Kingdom
Independent record shop in Stretford Mall on the balcony.

Smithfield Exchange | Record Store

Smithfield Exchange

Address: 14 Shudehill, Manchester, Manchester M4, UK
Second hand Pop, Rock, Soul, Funk, Imports and Rarities on Vinyl and CD

Deco | Record Store


Address: 9 Egerton Crescent, Manchester, Manchester M20, UK
Second hand CDs, Vinyl, DVDs, guitars and Books

Kingbee Records | Record Store

Kingbee Records

Address: 519 Wilbraham Road, Manchester, Manchester M21 0UF, UK
Old-school independent music shop selling new and used recordings on vinyl and CD in many genresWe have been trading for twenty five years, buying and selling all styles of music and are one of the last remaining independent record shops in the north.50s 60s Rock n Roll, Blues, Beatles, Classic Rock/Prog/Psych, Dance, Folk, Indie and Alternative, Soul, Funk. Reggae/Dub, Punk, Pop, Northern Soul, Jazz.

Analog Archives | Record Store

Analog Archives

Website: Discogs
Address: Stockport Rd, Levenshulme, Manchester M19 3PJ, UK
Located on the community market in Levenshulme. Selling second hand records. Have a beer while browsing. 1st & 3rd Saturday.

Endless Music | Record Store

Endless Music

Address: Birch Mill Business Complex, Middleton, Heywood OL10 2QQ, UK
New and second-hand vinyl specialists

Eastern Bloc Records | Record Store

Eastern Bloc Records

Address: 5 Stevenson Square, Manchester, United Kingdom M1 1DN, UK
Eastern Bloc was established in 1985 by John Berry & Martin Price (from band 808 State). The shop was originally located in Afflecks Palace and since 2011 moved to its present location on Stevenson Square (5a Stevenson Sq, Northern Quarter, Manchester). It soon became a cultural icon and integral part within the Manchester music scene. Back in the late 1980’s, the shop helped to launch bands such as the Inspiral Carpets, while also hosting in-store signings with The Stone Roses and Happy Mondays. The shop was also responsible for breaking much of the new dance music at the time, being one of the only shops in the UK to import dance music from around the globe. One of the owners went on to become part of 808 State. E Bloc also had heavy involvement in the early career paths of A Guy Called Gerald, and K-Klass. Many famous faces have worked behind the counter or been regular customers in the shop. Local DJ’s and globe trotting club DJ’s would often use the shop as their first port of call to get their hands on the latest vinyl promos. Customers have included Laurent Garnier, Jon Da Silva, Mike Pickering, Graeme Park, Sasha, Chemical Brothers, DJ Marky, Anthony Shake Shakir, Pepe Bradock, Eric Morillo, Josh Wink, Ben Sims, James Holroyd, Derrick Carter, Carl Cox, Synkro, Indigo, AnD, XXXY, Jon K, Rich Reason, and many more. Previous members of staff include Justin Robertson, Marcus Intalex, Mark XTC, Moonboots, Dean Wilson, Paul Walker, Paul Taylor, Karl Roscoe, Chris Fatboy.E Bloc has always been at the cutting edge of the music scene as is arguably one of the most respected, renowned, influential and notorious in the world. Today, the store is still shifting vinyl and CD’s, specialising mainly in drum'n'bass, jungle, dubstep, house, techno, and electronica.

Discovery Records & Books | Record Store

Discovery Records & Books

Address: 782 Hyde Road, Manchester, Manchester M18 7JD, UK
Bit of a mess.Wellington boots, dust mask and latex gloves are recommend en-route around the shop, dig deep and Im sure you'll find something you'll like, well worth a visitMake sure you get the right door as upstairs is a brass house

Clampdown Records | Record Store

Clampdown Records

Address: 9-11 Paton St, Manchester M1 2BA, UK
Store for new and secondhand vinyl, CDs and DVDs, including rock, punk, indie, funk, soul and jazz

Empire Exchange | Record Store

Empire Exchange

Address: 1 Newton Street, Manchester, Manchester M1, UK
Second hand Vinyl and CDs plus books, mags, memorabilia, DVDs

Fat City Records | Record Store

Fat City Records

Address: 20 Oldham St, Manchester, Manchester M1 1JN, UK
Specialising in hip hop, funk, jazz and soul, Fat City Records opened as a small record shop in Manchester's Afflecks Palace in February 1993. The Fat City Record shop expanded several times over the years before finally residing in Oldham Street. In August 2009 the Fat City shop closed its outlet in Oldham Street and the business moved to London.

Vinyl Exchange | Record Store

Vinyl Exchange

Address: Vinyl Exchange, 18 Oldham St, Manchester M1 1JN, UK
Shop opened in Manchester in 1988 and is now the largest seller and buyer of rare and second-hand CDs, vinyl records, and DVDs in the north-west of England.Located at the heart of Manchester's rapidly expanding Northern Quarter, this shop has two floors of CDs and records, and a team of staff who know their specialist areas like the backs of their hands.Genres sold include rock and indie, metal, punk, alternative, experimental, industrial, psychedelic and soundtracks. Plus a large team who specialise in hip hop, house, techno, electronica, rave, jungle, r'n'b, disco, soul, funk and reggae. In addition they deal in jazz, blues, folk, country, world music... in short, pretty much every style of music there is.Priding themselves on their fair approach to pricing, whether you're selling your unwanted records, CDs, DVDs, or buying from their huge collection of stock.They also buy items and collections.

Fair Play | Record Store

Fair Play

Website: Facebook
Address: 95 Oldham St, Manchester M4 1LW, UK
Imagine a pop up department store packed full of the best record stores around...BOOGIE // FUNK // DISCO // SOUL // NU DISCO // EDITS // LATIN // JAZZ // HOUSE // HIP HOP // AFROBEAT/// FAIR PLAY ///Our little monthly evening Record Fair continues into 2018.Situated in the heart of the Northern Quarter, the Behind Closed Doors basement will play host to a room full of vinyl available to purchase, with rotating sellers, so each event is different.We're open from 5pm and DJs will play well into the night. However, if your looking to bag a rare vinyl we would recommend getting down early!Weve made sure that we are inviting sellers from all over the county in the aims of bringing some fresh records into the city.FOR ALL VINYL HEADS... THESE EVENTS SHOULD NOT BE MISSEDBOOGIE // FUNK // DISCO // SOUL // NU DISCO // EDITS // LATIN // JAZZ // HOUSE // HIP HOP // AFROBEATEntry is free, however support the cause by buying a drink!

Sifters | Record Store


Address: 177 Fog Lane, Manchester, Manchester M20 6FJ, UK
New and Secondhand Vinyl, CD, Tapes bought and sold. All kinds of music.

Vinyl Revival | Record Store

Vinyl Revival

Address: 5 Hilton Street, Manchester, Manchester M4 1LP, UK
Vinyl Revival was established in 1997 and is situated in the heart of Manchester’s Northern Quarter, between Oldham Street and Tib Street and a stones throw away from the legendary Dry Bar.We are the first to admit that we like to blow Manchester’s trumpet and a good percentage of the shop is dedicated to local bands from the 60′s to present day. We have a vast range of vinyl, cd’s, t shirts and posters related to this city’s great musical heritage.If Manchester bands are not your thing then fear not as we also have a great selection of Punk, Reggae, Soul, Rock, Hip Hop, Electro, House and 50′s and 60′s.

Beatin’ Rhythm | Record Store

Beatin’ Rhythm

Address: Bank House Studios, Warwick St, Prestwich, Manchester M25 3HN, UK
If you’re a fan of Northern Soul, you’ll probably already know about Beatin’ Rhythm. It’s a temple to powder-shuffling soul power, staffed by people who eat, sleep and breathe music. There’s a stunning selection of rare soul 45s but they also do nice lines in Doo Wop, 50s Rock, Rockabilly and Country. Soul survivors can never go back to Wigan Casino, but an afternoon of crate-digging here may be something of a consolation

Piccadilly Records | Record Store

Piccadilly Records

Address: 53 Oldham St, Manchester M1 1JR, UK
Piccadilly Records was established in 1978, but taken-over by the present management in 1990 and moved up the road to our the location in Manchester's record shopping mecca, the Northern Quarter in 1997.They pride themselves on their friendly, helpful service, and their across-the-board range of music.

Record Shack | Record Store

Record Shack

Address: 115 Withington Road, Manchester, Manchester M16 8JW, UK
It sells records and it really is a shack! This is a place of myth and legend and to even offer opening times would be ridiculous.

Vinyl Resting Place | Record Store

Vinyl Resting Place

Website: Facebook
Address: 3rd Floor Afflecks, 52 Church St, Manchester M4 1PW, United Kingdom
Manchester's latest record shop, situated on the top floor of Afflecks Palace. Despite being a small unit (for now) there are plenty in the racks. There is something for the keen beginner and the seasoned connoisseur. There are two racks full of CDs too, covering many different genres.

Vinyl Fiction | Record Store

Vinyl Fiction

Address: 103 Manchester Rd, Chorlton-cum-Hardy, Manchester M21 9GA, UK

Planet Rock Records | Record Store

Planet Rock Records

Address: 5, Wellington House, Pollard St E, Manchester M40 7FS, UK
2nd hand dance and hiphop