The Diskery

The Diskery is Birmingham’s oldest surviving record shop.

The store opened in 1952 and has been supplying music in the city ever since. They stock a diverse range of secondhand and rare vinyl records – including 78rpm jazz and swing. The Diskery also deal in vintage wind-up gramophones and accessories.

The store is a welcoming place to visit and is great for record diggers and music enthusiasts alike. You can enjoy a cup of tea and a natter, then browse the records with a stash of oddball curisoities which fill up every space.


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