Whether you’re looking for the latest CD or that classic vinyl record, Indianapolis has you covered when it comes to local record stores.

Below is a list of where you can get your music fix.

Indy CD & Vinyl

806 Broad Ripple Ave.

Indy CD & Vinyl is Indiana's largest independent record store selling both new and used CDs and vinyl. They are also a proud member of the CIMS (Coalition of Independent Music Stores).

Irvington Vinyl & Books

202 S. Audubon Rd.

Irvington Vinyl & Books serves the Indianapolis community by providing quality used records, used books, cassettes, VHS, ephemera, zines, and other media.    

Karma Records (Two Locations)

21 N. Post Rd. and 3802 N. High School Rd.

Karma Records is the oldest independent record store in Indianapolis, with their east side location being the oldest in the state. At both Karma Records locations, you will find thousands of new and used CDs, records, cassettes, and DVDs.

LUNA Music

5202 N. College Ave.

LUNA’s new vinyl LP inventory is over 10,000 titles, and their pre-loved vinyl selection sits at over 25,000 LPs — ranging in price from $1 to $10,000. In addition, LUNA offers a wide range of music and music-related items, including t-shirts, turntables, tote bags, and more.

Square Cat Vinyl

1054 Virginia Ave.

Named one of the best record stores in the country by Vinyl Me Please, Square Cat Vinyl is a one-of-a-kind record shop in the Fountain Square Cultural District of Indianapolis. The space is comprised of a record store, performance venue, and a bar serving beer, wine, and coffee drinks.