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National Vinyl Record Day is Aug. 12! Here’s Where To Get One

These days, we’ve traded classic vinyl records for MP3s and Spotify, but for true music fans, vinyl records will always hold a special place in our hearts. That’s because there’s nothing quite like putting your favorite record on a player and watching it spin to your treasured tunes.

Luckily, it’s still possible to get vinyl records, especially in rockin’ Washington, D.C. which has lots of shops specializing in this retro item. Head to these stores to get all of the records you need to fill your 1331 Maryland apartment with music.

Songbyrd Music House, located at 540 Penn St NE, Washington, D.C. which is seven minutes from your 1331 Maryland apartment, is a coffeehouse and music shop with vinyl and java for sale, plus listening booths and a 1947 recording booth.

Songbyrd Music House is a 200-capacity live music venue, bar and restaurant in Union Market. In just six years, Songbyrd has proven itself as an incubator and launchpad for an eclectic mix of up-and-coming local and national bands. Songbyrd works closely with its sister store Byrdland Records to also offer exclusive vinyl records.

Spin Time Records, located at 600 Pennsylvania Ave. SE #15123, Washington, D.C. which is eight minutes from your 1331 Maryland apartment, specializes in music that showcases the city’s history, as well as a huge reggae selection.

Spin Time Records is known for their personalized service and no matter what you’re looking for, they can help you find it here. Their collection is expertly curated and all genres and styles of music are represented.

Songbyrd Music House

540 Penn St NE, Washington, D.C. 20002

(202) 544-5500

Spin Time Records

600 Pennsylvania Ave. SE #15123, Washington, D.C. 20003

(202) 527-2212