The Top 4 Places To Buy Vinyl Records In Dublin

Cian Moore

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Helping you with your vinyl needs.

Record player captured in motion- Cian Moore
Record player captured in motion- Cian Moore

It’s no secret that the sales of vinyl records has rocketed over the last year or so.

Reports from well-renowned magazines, such as Mixmag and Fortune, highlight the extent to which this rise has gone to, stating:

“Vinyl album sales are at a 28 year high”

and ” Vinyl Album sales in the UK could reach 3.5 million this year, It’d be the highest amount in 20 years”.

 

 

                                                                                                                                                                                                           

In light of the massive surge of records being sold, in no particular order, here are some of the best record stores around:

1.Spin Dizzy

Located  in Ireland’s first purpose  built shopping centre, George’s Street Arcade, Spin Dizzy is great for finding oldies and goldies no matter what genre you’re into.

From House and Techno to Reggae and Rock, there’s something that will interest music lovers of all ages and at a cheap price, plus there will always be some rarities visible on the wall that just might tempt you to splash the cash.

2.  All City

If it’s something new in  Underground music, Hip-Hop or Funk and Soul, All City is the place you need to get to. Found on Crow Street,

Selection of Records- Cian Moore
Selection of Records- Cian Moore

Temple Bar,  All City is the best around when it comes to new alternative releases. With records ranging from as little as €1, you can be sure to find something  you love within your price range.

3.  The R.A.G.E.

The R.A.G.E. is well known for its second-hand records, getting “New arrivals in every single day!”, including Jazz, Rock, Pop and Soul. Not only does it deal with second-hands but you can find some of the best Old-School albums here too, but at a higher cost.

 

 

 

4. Tower Records

 Daft Punk Album Discovery Cover Artwork- Cian Moore
Daft Punk Album Discovery Cover Artwork- Cian Moore

Situated both upstairs in Easons on O’Connell Street and also across the Liffey on Dawson Street, Tower Records is a heavy hitter when it comes to mainstream vinyl, everything is of good quality as they don’t deal with second-hand, so there’s no risk of finding a beauty that doesn’t work.

 

 

 

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         

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