Top 5 vinyl record stores in South Florida

Vinyl records are making a massive comeback and South Florida is a vinyl scene. Miami offers a vibrant and diverse vinyl culture that will leave music lovers wanting more. You will be able to find vinyl from classic rock to hip-hop and everything in between. If you’re a music lover and looking for some awesome record stores in Miami, you’re in luck.

Buy! Sell! Trade! Technique Records welcomes guests with interesting graffiti. (Nayeli Membreno/ Caplin News)

Technique Records
880 NE 79 St. Miami
(786) 717- 6622
Sunday 12-5 p.m.
Monday – Thursday 1-7 p.m.
Friday – Saturday 1-8 p.m.

Whether you want to buy, sell, or trade, Technique Records is the place for you. Known for its extensive collection of rare-used vinyl, Technique Records is a haven for vinyl collectors and enthusiasts. Providing different genres like Alternative, Garage, House and Latin.  Michael Ramirez and his team have welcomed music enthusiasts since 2018. Ramirez stated his demographics have changed over the years with more women becoming interested in vinyl collections and a youthful crowd gathering. Ramirez feels confident that with his team,  they can pay attention to trends and upcoming artists.

Graffiti around the building highlighting Sweat Records (Nayeli Membreno/Caplin News)

Sweat Records
5505 NE 2 Ave. Miami
(786) 693- 9309
Sunday – Tuesday 12-5 p.m.
Wednesday – Saturday 12-7 p.m

A beloved local gem, Sweat Records offers a diverse selection of vinyl, CDs and cassettes. The vinyl selection is diverse and offers different artists, genres, eras. If you are looking for classic vinyl like Fleetwood Mac or Taylor Swift vinyl, you’ll more than likely be able to find it here. You are welcomed by a friendly space of music enthusiasts who share the same passion as you, music.

Found Sound Records welcomes anyone with music appreciation. (Nayeli Membreno/Caplin News)

Found Sound Records
1654 NE 123 St., North Miami
(786) 360-4934
Tuesday 2-7 p.m.
Wednesday – Saturday 1-7 p.m.
Sunday 1-5 p.m.

Found Sound Records is a haven for music enthusiasts seeking unique and rare finds. With an extensive collection of artists from The Beatles to Peter Grudzien. From the moment you walk in, you are greeted by rows upon rows of meticulously curated vinyl records from all kinds of eras featuring over different eras whether it is the 70’s, 80’s 90’s. Rafael Pichardo has been the owner of this record store for 4 years now. Pichardo explains how “over the last 4 years, I’ve seen all kinds of people come in, but they all share the common passion for good music”.

  Lucky Records is connected to 1800 Lucky providing food and records. (Nayeli Membreno/Caplin News)

Lucky Records Miami
143 NW 23 St., Miami
(833) 735-5929
Monday – Friday 12-10 p.m.

If you find yourself hungry and need records, Lucky Records is a great location to visit. In the middle of Wynwood, Lucky Records provides a great ambiance for vinyl enthusiasts who wish to buy classics like Led Zeppelin, The Rolling Stones, The Allman Brothers. In the same building, 1-800-Lucky which is an Asian restaurant, you are welcome to enjoy delicious food and good music. You’ll be able to spot vinyl from different artists, eras and genres for as low as $5.

Vinyl Asylum Records provides a variety of memorabilia. (Nayeli Membreno/Caplin News)

  1. Vinyl Asylum Records & Memorabilia
    2028 Hollywood Blvd. Hollywood
    (954) 251-2943
    Tuesday – Wednesday 2-7 p.m.
    Thursday 2-8 p.m.
    Friday 2-9 p.m.
    Saturday 1-9 p.m.

Unlike other record stores, Vinyl Asylum Records & Memorabilia offers collector figures, comic books, almost any vintage memorabilia. In this record store, you will find a variety of vinyl records from different eras and artists. If you are interested in collecting action figures, or vintage comic books, you’ll more than likely find it here.

Nayeli Membreno is a journalism and communication major with a minor in English. Born and raised in Miami, Florida, but with Argentinian roots, she brings a multicultural perspective to work. She is passionate about storytelling and enjoys keeping people informed through her writing. Her goal is to share stories, uncover the truth, and give a voice to those who need to be heard.