We know there are still many music aficionados out there who cherish the idea of buying and holding a physical piece of music. For this reason, we wanted to point Miami locals in the right direction of where to get their hands on the most diverse selection of records possible. Here’s a list of our seven favorite record stores in Miami.
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You can find just about anything you’re looking for at Museo Del Disco, from rock and pop to Latin and electronic dance music. Located just west of Coral Gables in Coral Terrace, Museo Del Disco is home to renowned records from artists like Adele, Queen, Lana Del Rey, The Weeknd, The Eagles, and Nirvana.
Address: 1301 SW 70th Ave
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Residing in Wynwood, Lucky Records will not only sell you records, but they’re happy to buy any you’re getting rid of. The eclectic store invites you to browse their wide variety of records and drop off any records that you don’t listen to anymore. They also have a notable Christmas record selection for the holiday season.
Address: 143 NW 23rd St.
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If you’re looking for the rarest of the rare, look no further than Technique Records. Known for carrying limited edition and rare records and CDs, Technique Records holds a wide variety of over 20,000 records, CDs, and tapes, with new records arriving daily.
Address: 880 NE 79th St.
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Yesterday And Today Records is another record store with just about any genre you can imagine. Yesterday And Today Records is impressively South Florida’s oldest independently-owned record store. The store encourages guests to browse through their variety of records from blues, jazz, funk, experimental, disco, Latin, rock, electronic, and much more.
Address: 9274 SW 40th St.
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Not only does Sweat Records buy your vinyls and sell them in their store, but they’re also Miami’s prime hub for the highest quality vinyl and turntable accessories. Sweat Records invites music enthusiasts of all ages and hopes to remind them of the importance of vinyl.
Address: 5505 NE 2nd Ave.
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You can think of Gables Records N Comics as more of a sanctuary for music aficionados than a record and comic store. Located on Miracle Mile, Gables Records N Comics holds a vast array of records and CDs as well as a dense variety of comic books and memorabilia.
Address: 277 Miracle Mile
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Found Sound Records is one of Miami’s newer record stores, which recently opened in the city’s northern region. Found Sound also buys and sells records, and guests are invited to look through the store’s diverse variety of music from all genres and artists. Found Sound Records also hosts monthly DJ shows and other events.
Address: 1654 NE 123rd St.