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April 29th - May 1st, 2021
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Vinyl fanatics are spoiled by Cleveland’s diverse record emporiums. Whether you're treasure-hunting for underground sounds or old-school standbys, we've got a record shop for that.
Head northeast of Downtown for Gotta Groove Records (one of the nation’s most well-respected platter-pressing plants--yes, you can schedule a tour, too).
Gordon Square’s Hausfrau Record Shop stocks new and old LPs spanning all genres.
In the funky Waterloo Arts District, visit used-vinyl haven Blue Arrow to revisit decades of music history. The floor of this music house--embellished in shellacked record covers--is worth the visit alone.
My Mind’s Eye in Lakewood is the go-to place for punk, metal and rock.
One of Cleveland's foremost record stores, Bent Crayon is known for containing some serious treasures when it comes to underground music.
Touting it's claim-to-fame as the oldest independent record store in the U.S., this gem along Coventry Avenue is the perfect spot for crate digging.
This bi-level record store and coffee house specializes in hard-to-find releases and roasted in-house coffee.
Manufacturer of high quality vinyl records. A reservation is required to schedule a tour. To schedule, please call or email firstname.lastname@example.org
LOOP TREMONT is COFFEE, ART and RECORDS, and is the best roasted in-house coffee in town, no question! And our music store is continuing to grow by the day, so grab a cup, walk upstairs to check out...
If edgy is your thing, make your way to the Waterloo Arts District to check out vinyl record stores Blue Arrow Records. The shop’s floor — which is shellacked with old-school record covers — is worth...
New & Used Vinyl Only. This neighborhood record shop in Gordon Square buys and sells records from every era.
Located within 78th Street Studios, Bent Crayon Records specializes in important music. Whether experimental, post punk, drone, techno, noise, African, dub, bass, house, or whatever you're into,...