Stock up on Vinyl at These Record Stores Around the Main Line

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Love collecting records? The Main Line is filled with record stores made for browsing vinyl from your favorite artists and genres.

Calling all music lovers! Across the Main Line region, record stores abound with vinyl new and old. Whether you’re just starting your collection or are a longtime vinyl aficionado, you’ll love browsing the wares at these record stores on and around the Main Line.

Beautiful World Syndicate

Check out Beautiful World Syndicate for a huge selection of new and used records, CDs and DVDs. With an inventory that changes constantly, this store has tons of hidden gems waiting to be discovered.

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1619 E Passyunk Ave, Philadelphia, (215) 467-0401

Forever Changes Music & Gifts

This one-of-a-kind boutique and vintage record store sells an array of artwork, clothing and creations from some of the finest Chester County artisans.

28 S Main St, Phoenixville, (814) 732-9907

Main Street Music

Check out this indie music store for new and used vinyl records, plus DVDs and in-store gigs.

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4444 Main St, Philadelphia, (215) 487-7732

Matones Music

This independent record store has a great selection of classics and modern favorites from which to choose. Selling both new and used vinyl as well as compact disks, the shop features a rotating stock of high-quality curated albums that are updated weekly.

 331 E Main St, #1, Collegeville, (484) 854-1105

R & B Records

Stop by R & B Records to sell your old vinyl, then stick around to browse the shop’s extensive collection of records.

49 Garrett Rd, Upper Darby, (610) 352-2320

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The Rock Shop

Visit King of Prussia Mall’s premier music outlet, The Rock Shop, for one of the area’s largest selection of rare vinyl records.

160 N Gulph Rd, King of Prussia, (610) 265-1074

Vinyl Closet Record Store

Find new and used vinyl, CDs, cassette tapes and even some 8-tracks here. If you’re looking to swap out some of your current records, bring them here to sell and trade.

 2117 W Main St, Norristown, (484) 322-5728

Vinyl Revival

 

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Visit Vinyl Revival for an ample stock of records from your favorite artists and bands. Its 35-set theater, The Vault, is the perfect place to watch an independent film or see a concert in a casual, intimate setting.

35-37 N Lansdowne Ave, Lansdowne, (610) 284-3537

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