Best Vinyl Record Stores in Seattle
Seattle loves their old school vinyl records. With Record Store Day just around the corner, we thought we’d share some of our favorite LP and 45 spot around the Sound.
Easy Street Records
20 Mercer Street
Seattle, WA 98109
Seattle’s record store with two locations. The first, in West Seattle, opened in 1988. After 23 years, they are still going strong with a second store in Queen Anne, a cafe with the West Seattle store, and live music events at both. Browse the huge selection of albums, and enjoy in-store concerts and events.
Jive Time Records
3506 Fremont Ave. N
Seattle WA, 98103
Jive Time Records proudly celebrates it’s eleventh year as Seattle’s premiere used vinyl destination. After a decade their mission remains the same: to make shopping for music as much fun as listening to it! From classic rock, punk, soul and jazz to the most obscure corners of the underground, you’ll find it all at Jive Time. They buy, sell and trade with new arrivals daily.
Sonic Boom Records
2209 NW Market Street
Seattle, WA 98107
A buy, sell and trade vinyl record location in Ballard. Sonic Boom Records has been buying and selling used LP’s/CD’s/7″ since 1997. They can even come to you if your collection is big or you are welcome to drop your stuff by for a quote. Sonic Boom will pay fair prices and let you know if there is something really valuable in your collection and what we are paying for it. Come shop, talk with knowledgeable and friendly staff, and purchase tickets to local concerts.
701 5th Avenue North
Seattle, WA 98105
Silver Platters has three stores based in the greater Seattle area. In business for over 27 years, Silver Platters carries the largest selection in both new and used CDs, DVDs & vinyl in the Northwest. They take pride in their staff’s knowledge and customer service.