Gift guide for Record Collectors

07 Dec Gift guide for Record Collectors

Dust and Grooves Book |

1. Dust & Grooves Book 


“Eilon Paz’s 436-page coffee-table book illuminates over 130 vinyl collectors and their collections in the most intimate of environments—their record rooms.”

Warning: This incredibly beautiful book will only fuel a record collectors addiction even more. The pages of this book are filled with jealousy inducing photos of collectors and their collections, as well as in depth interviews. A must have for any record collector.

Vinyl Me, Please Subscription |

2. Vinyl Me, Please Subscription 


“Special-edition vinyl delivered to your door complete with an album-inspired 12″ x 12″ art print and custom cocktail pairing recipe. Discover amazing albums and build your vinyl collection.”

Vinyl Me, Please takes the idea of a record club to the next level. This isn’t Columbia House in the 90s, not by a long shot. Each month Vinyl, Me please chooses one album to feature and they give it the full treatment. A great way to discover albums of days past and build up your record collection.

Kate Koeppel Record Dividers |

3. Kate Koeppel Record Dividers


Whether you are a hyper organized neat freak type record collector or the “damn I can’t find that record again” because my collection is all over the place type of collector these beautiful hand crafted wooden record dividers will be a welcome addition for any record collector. Available with letters or genres.

Moleskin Blue Note Records Notebooks |

4. Moleskine Blue Note Records Notebook


“In celebration of Blue Note Records 75th Anniversary, Moleskine takes the notebook back to the innovative Hard Bop Jazz Era with Limited Edition Notebook Collection featuring legendary American Jazz Musicians.”

Blue Note records is arguably the most collectable record label across any genre. They defended themselves through outstanding music, sound engineering, photography and design. If you are a jazz fan you will love these Moleskine Limited Edition Blue Note Notebooks. They come in 2 different sizes and feature albums from Dexter Gordon, Art Blakey, Freddie Hubbard, Kenny Burrell and Thelonious Monk.

"I Love The Sound Of Vinyl In the Morning" Mug

5. NeedleGroove Mug & T-Shirt


NeedleGroove, yes, the site you are on right now, creates apparel inspired by the love of vinyl. Shirts like the Vinyl Junkie Tee or “I Got The Jazz” Tee are bound to please any record collector.

Do you know someone who listens to records first thing in the morning when they wake up? Maybe while they drink their coffee, eat their breakfast, or iron their shirt for the day. They will get a kick out of our “I Love The Sound Of Vinyl In The Morning” Mug.

Symbol Audio Dovetail Record Crates |

6. Symbol Audio Dovetail Record Crate


“Dovetail Record Crate is the perfect way to store up to 100 LPs in a portable, beautifully crafted crate. Each crate is handcrafted from 5/8″ thick locally sourced solid Walnut or White Oak and features exposed English dovetail joinery for both beauty and strength. Vegetable tanned Leather handles with solid brass fasteners lend comfortable support when moving full crates and add an elegant and functional detail.”

As a record collector you always have records that you have recently listened to or new additions to the collection that are waiting to be filled. This stunning wooden crate is perfect for keeping the pile organized because we all know it can get out of control sometimes.

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7.  Wax Poetics Magazine Subscription


“At Wax Poetics, we put music in context. Closing the noticeable gap in music journalism between coverage of contemporary artists and celebration of classic trailblazers, we provide extensive commentary on the dynamic relationship between past and present to educate today’s ears about the origins of their favorite music.”

Wax Poetics is a quarterly music magazine, created in 2001, it a great way to discover quality artists old and new. The focus is on Soul, Jazz, & Hip-Hop but they touch on all types of music. The magazine itself is beautifully designed and collectible in it’s own right. Any record collector would be thrilled with a subscription.

Music Matters Blue Train- John Coltrane |

8. Music Matters Blue Note Records Audiophile Vinyl


Although any jazz collector dreams of having a collection full of Original Blue Notes in Near Mint Condition this isn’t financially viable for many these days seeng as many of them go for hundreds or even thousands of dollars.

Music Matters Jazz reissues Blue Note LPs on incredible sounding audiophile vinyl. They have done an excellent job recreating the original article. From the labels to the sound to the quality jacket. They come in a gatefold and have included stunning photos from the recording sessions.


Vinyl Lux Record Clock |

9. Record Clock by Vinyl Lux


“Our LP clocks are made from 12″ records, with laser-cut easy to read numbers. Each clock is individually boxed, easy to wrap and give to the special music-lover in your life.”

A fun little gift for music lovers and record collectors. A nice addition to any basement record room where one can easily lose track of time.

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