We are an independent record shop at the heart of Liverpool’s Bold Street.
NOW REOPEN FOR IN-STORE SHOPPING! You can also shop online via our Discogs, link here.
Our Bold Street shop is now reopen, daily 11am to 5pm! Our online mail order and click & collect service will also remain available through Discogs, with listings being added frequently. Check out our shop here: link . Hand sanitising stations will be provided and we will be limiting the number of customers in the shop at any one time to adhere to social distancing guidelines.
We’re located on the 1st floor of Resurrection, (directions here), come see us and get digging! We stock vinyl, CDs, cassettes, memorabilia and more!
We buy records!
Looking to sell a music collection? We buy your vinyl records, best prices paid! We are currently looking to buy records, CDs, music books, memorabilia and more. Sell your vinyl records and music collections to a local independent business – we have buyers located across the North West. Contact us for more information on the kind of records we’re looking to buy and to arrange an appointment. Typically our stock buyers are available in-store Monday-Friday, but please phone ahead to ensure that someone will be there to look at your collection!
About Dig Vinyl
Established in March 2014 and quickly becoming a destination for tourists and locals alike, Dig Vinyl was the inevitable product of decades worth of record dealing, DJing, band managing, record label running, and music making of it’s founders, Anthony Nyland and Carl Emery. Stocking a wide range of wax from deep psych to spiritual jazz and all stops in-between, Dig Vinyl aims to be a vinyl paradise for collectors and heads of all ages, budgets, and musical tastes. Managing pop-up shops at Liverpool Sound City and Liverpool International Festival Of Psychedelia, in addition to its over-achieving staff hosting radio shows on local stations (Melodic Distraction, IWFM) and spinning vinyl everywhere from Africa Oye and Anti-Social Jazz Club to Positive Vibration and Soul Weekender, Dig Vinyl has become more than just a record shop – it’s a success story and a testament to the love of music that drives Liverpool.