From New York to Pittsburgh.
Tucked away on a quiet side street of Dormont, in Pittsburgh, PA, stands Vinyl Remains, a record store that is anything but quiet. Recent NYC transplants, Greg and Jennifer Anderson — formerly of Shrine Music East Village record store, Daddy’s Williamsburg BK bar, and The Rogers Sisters aughts post-punkers — realized their new home was missing something: a place where people could discover old favorites they hadn’t yet heard. Lining the walls are just a sampling of the over 3,000 painstakingly curated records housed in the shop. You can find anything from jazz to horror movie soundtracks as well as classics like AC/DC and even some local sounds. And if it’s not here, Greg can find it. Vinyl Remains also houses a small underground art gallery offering a selection of prints, books, shirts, and stickers featuring different artists regularly . So stop by and get lost looking through the stacks of records, you’ll probably find something you didn’t even know you needed.
These change every month so check back to see what we’re listening to. And if you have a suggestion let us know! We’d love to hear from you.
Vive La Trance $20
Amon Duul 2
This extraordinary 1973 album finds the influential German art rock band straying from their usual epic jams and traded it in to make an amazing short song format album while keeping their unique sound.
Natural Boogie $30
Hound Dog Taylor and the House Rockers
These songs are so raw and distorted- Hound Dog played on 50 dollar Japanese guitars through Sears and Roebuck amplifiers and cracked speakers. With a voice like nobody else, this is house rocking boogie blues at its finest. A must have!!
This 1979 stellar album is Twilleys first effort without Phil Seymour who was the other half of the Dwight Twilley Band who put out two albums together before these power pop legends parted ways
Buy, Sell, or Trade.
Looking for a specific record? Got something that needs a new, loving home? Want to swap old for new? Send us a message and we can help you out!