This record shop specializes in a variety of Mexican pop music, from Lupillo Rivera to La Banda del Recodo, Los Tigres del Norte to Selena.
Given the size of the store, selection in some genres (jazz excluded) can be limited, but the emphasis is on quality. You're apt to find rare treats at decent prices, and owner Dave Kloski is more than happy to help.
This shop stocks around 24,000 roots and world titles, as well as music-related books, DVDs, LPs, and vintage 78s and 45s.
An independent hip-hop label and record store that also sells spray paint and other graffiti gear and hosts performances.
Features vinyl, posters, rare magazines, and memorabilia.
This little record store carries hard-to-find soul records, along with everything from jazz and rock to reggae and rap. You'll also find record players, books, posters, and other funky music-relate memorabilia.
Groove Yard has a fairly narrow niche— jazz on vinyl—yet that's precisely why loyal customers keep coming back.
The store has a wide selection of DVDs, CDs, and cassette tapes in Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Bengali, and Punjabi.
The place to unearth rare UK and European imports, B-sides, the latest and greatest indie albums, and a treasure trove of music memorabilia and magazines.
This East Oakland record store has deep roots in the neighborhood, with firm ties to the local funk, R&B, gospel, soul, gangsta, and turf rap communities.
This fancy cafe and classical music store, located across the street from UC Berkeley's Sproul Plaza, is one of the few venues in downtown Berkeley where you can eat scones and sip lattes while listening to live chamber music or cabaret.
A lifestyle boutique that sells men's and women's clothing, accessories, surfboards, skateboards, grooming products, books, magazines, and vinyl.
This trusty CD and record store also has in-store events featuring local and touring artists.
The physical headquarters of the record label Superior Viaduct, Stranded specializes in new and used vinyl.