Record Stores in New York, United States

Commend | Record Store


Address: 172 Forsyth St, New York, NY 10002, USA
the inner space within the outer space.

Rebel Rouser Records | Record Store

Rebel Rouser Records

Website: Facebook
Address: 867 Broadway, Brooklyn, NY 11206, USA
This record shop and vintage store specializes in 1950s-1980s rockabilly, garage rock, beat, mod, psych, proto-punk, punk and hardcore, along with other oddities.

Primitive Languages | Record Store

Primitive Languages

Address: 871 Broadway, Brooklyn, NY 11206, USA
Closed as of Sep 2016. Exquisitely curated record store specializing in hard-to-find, high-quality releases. Also carries tapes, books, more... Located down the flea market alley.

Record Runner | Record Store

Record Runner

Address: 5 Jones St, New York, NY 10014, USA
New/used records & CDs., collectibles (lots of Madonna, Kylie Minogue, Kiss New Releases and used vinyl many Japanese pressings etc.)

Breakbeat Science | Record Store

Breakbeat Science

Address: 181 Orchard St, New York, NY 10002, USA
tel: +1 212 995 2592 fax: +1 212 378 9528 e-mail: scientist -AT- breakbeatscience • comBreakbeat Science Recordings was a drum and bass record label and record store of the same name based in Manhattan in New York City, New York; both the label and the store were founded in 1996, and a website was launched in 1997. Breakbeat Science was the first store dedicated to Drum and Bass music in the US, at the time of its opening the scene was still primarily based in the UK.Breakbeat Science moved several times over the years. The first location was on 9th Street and the store later moved to Orchard Street, both in Manhattan's East Village. After the Orchard Street location closed, the remaining backstock was moved to the Halcyon record shop in Dumbo, Brooklyn.

CD CAFE | Record Store


Address: 10.5 W Market St, Corning, NY 14830, USA

Generation Records | Record Store

Generation Records

Address: 210 Thompson St, New York, NY 10012, USA
New/used CDs and records. Huge focus on punk and metal. Carries alternative/indie as well.

Downtown Music Gallery | Record Store

Downtown Music Gallery

Address: 13 Monroe St, New York, NY 10002, USA
Underground & Avant Jazz, Art Rock/Pop, Contemporary Classical, and the Completely UnCategorizable. CDs and LPs.Downtown Music Gallery is the #1 place to find hard-to-get recordings - including CDs, LPs, and even DVDs! - from a wide range of international Avant / Jazz / Art-Pop / Progressive / Improviser Musicians, Composers, and Groups....And the #1 place to find the largest selection of the most important international avant-jazz, new music, and progressive Labels.

John Doe Record Shopppe | Record Store

John Doe Record Shopppe

Address: 434 Warren St, Hudson, NY 12534, USA
many records and cds

House of Oldies | Record Store

House of Oldies

Address: 35 Carmine Street, New York, NY 10014, USA
Small Greenwich Village shop, founded in 1968 & specializing in 1950-70s vinyl, with back-up inventory kept in a basement stockroom

Other Music | Record Store

Other Music

Address: 15 E 4th St, New York, NY 10003, USA
Records and CDs. All genres, including collectibles and hard-to-find labels. Other Music will be permanently closed after June 25, 2016.

The LONG ISLAND Music Lover's Faire | Record Store

The LONG ISLAND Music Lover's Faire

Address: Massapequa, NY 11758, USA
Long Islands's Oldest and Largest Record Show.Always the SUNDAY following the 3rd Saturday of January, March, May, September and NovemberOver 60 tables of Vendors from NJ, NY, CT, PA, MA and beyond. Selling LP's, 45's, 12", CD's, DVD's, Books, Magazines, Memorabilia and MORE!

Vinyl Paradise | Record Store

Vinyl Paradise

Website: Facebook
Address: 273 Railroad Ave, Ronkonkoma, NY 11779, USA
Long Island's Newest Record Store!

RPM Underground | Record Store

RPM Underground

Address: 244 W 54th St, New York, NY 10019, USA
Used record store in Midtown Manhattan that specializes in both buying and selling. Filled with over 20,000 unique vinyl finds, with a speakeasy featuring 18 private pop-themed karaoke rooms and two full service bars.

Vinyl Fantasy | Record Store

Vinyl Fantasy

Website: Facebook
Address: 194 Knickerbocker Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11237, USA

Record Mart | Record Store

Record Mart

Address: 7 Times Sq, New York, NY 10036, USA
Record Mart originally opened in 1958 in the 14th street Union Square Subway Station. In 1961, a second, larger location was opened in the Times Square Subway Station. The 14th Street location was forced to close in 1975 due to subway renovations. The 42nd Street location remained open until 1998 when also due to subway renovation, was forced to close. In 2007, Record Mart reopened again at the 42nd Street location on the IRT level opposite the Shuttle Train. Originally opened as a Record Store, carrying English popular music, proprietors Jesse Moskowitz and Bob Stack noticed that many of their customers were of Latin decent. A large fraction of the clientele were Puerto Ricans working in factories in the Downtown area, so Jesse and Bob decided to start carrying more music that their main clientele desired. Eventually, Record Mart became known as a place that specialized in Latin music. They also carried an extensive collection of Jazz, Classical and Caribbean music. Sometime in the 1970s, Bob Stack left Record Mart and left Jesse to continue running the store with his dedicated staff. A few of those staff members even returned to Record Mart upon it's reopening in 2007. Most notably, Harry Sepulveda, considered one of the most knowledgeable people in the world when it comes to Latin music. Especially Salsa, traditional Puerto Rican and Cuban music. On any album, Harry can often spout out the label, the year it came out, the musicians as well as who did the arrangements. In 1998, Peter Watrous of the New York Times, wrote an insightful article in the Times dubbing Harry the "One-Man University of Latin Music." Today, Record Mart carries more than just music. With the ever changing landcape in the music industry, we can not just cell CD's or LP's. Make no mistake, our identity is still that of a Latin music store. We stock over forty thousand CD's and in the last year, with the resurgence of LP's have been steadily growing our Vinyl inventory. We offer a large selection of DVD's as well. Even though streaming is on the rise, we continue to offer great deals on movies and music videos. Electronics are an integral part of the new Record Mart since reopening in 2007. We carry a very large selection of headphones from brands like Skullcandy, Beats, Grado, JBL, Monster and many more. All of whom we buy direct and are authorized dealers of. We are an authorized GoPro dealer as well and carry their full line of cameras and accessories. Rounding out our inventory, we carry all your charging needs, phone cases and just about any mobile accessory that you could think of.

Estefano-the-Recordman | Record Store


Address: 8th Avenue South, New York, NY 10039, USA
Private listening appointments... Specializing in rare and out of print soul... jazz... funk... rare grooves... reggae... Rock... Disco... House... Larry Levan Paradise Garage... the Loft... Shelter... Gospel... Soundtrack and Broadway Sound and Stage

Limited to One | Record Store

Limited to One

Address: 221 E 10th St, New York, NY 10003, USA
Small shop that focuses on rare, limited and out of print mostly contemporary music. Also has large punk, emo and indie section.

Brooklyn Record Exchange | Record Store

Brooklyn Record Exchange

Address: 599 Johnson Ave 2nd Floor, Brooklyn, NY 11237, USA
Used & New vinyl, books, & film!LPs, 12"s, 45's, VHS, & DVD

Super Power Records And Tapes | Record Store

Super Power Records And Tapes

Address: 4905 Church Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11203, USA
Defunct meeting place, hub and distribution centre for Jamaican music, scene for the filming of numerous music videos as well as a DJ murder, with Super Cat and Nitty Gritty in 1991, in which Nitty Gritty was killed.

Last Vestige Music Shop | Record Store

Last Vestige Music Shop

Address: 173 Quail St, Albany, NY 12203, USA
Sell vinyl LP,s & 45's as well as used CD's, DVD's (Movies & TV as well as music, Some Blu-ray) Used turntables & Some Stereo gear

Black Dots | Record Store

Black Dots

Website: Facebook
Address: 223 Lafayette Ave, Buffalo, NY 14213, USA
New & used records, tapes and some CDs. Rock, pop, indie, punk, metal, soul, jazz. We got it all!

Bleecker Street Records | Record Store

Bleecker Street Records

Address: 188 West 4th Street, New York, NY 10014, USA
New/used CDs and records. Alternative/indie, rock, 80s/90s, rare and collectible releases.

HiFi Records and Cafe | Record Store

HiFi Records and Cafe

Address: 23-19 Steinway St, Long Island City, NY 11105, USA
Queens indie record shop opened in 2015. HiFi Records has a selection of new and used vinyl as well as turntables, home audio equipment, and a cafe.

The Thing | Record Store

The Thing

Address: 1001 Manhattan Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11222, USA
Secondhand store with huge used record selection in the rear and basement. No organization, and hard to navigate, but records are cheap and it's a fun, yet slightly claustrophobic way to spend an afternoon.