CVC 014: Vinyl Dealers
Miyagi Records (Chicago)
Miyagi Records is a Chicago-based record dealer since 2002. They specialize in the obscure and classic - Soul, Funk, Jazz, Latin, Rock, Blues, World Music, New Wave / Industrial, Hip-Hop, Disco, House in LP, 12inch single, & 45rpm formats. Influenced by the hyper-curated, hidden away vinyl shops of Tokyo, Japan, their goal is to become your 'secret spot.'
South Rhodes Records (Chicago)
South Rhodes Records is your home for all Hip-Hop, Jazz, and R&B music on vinyl. Well, not quite all. We recognize that there is more music being produced now than ever. And we can't possibly stock everything, nor do we seek to. With a focus on quality over quantity, we offer the classics everyone knows and loves along with other vinyl essentials for everyone's collection. In addition to new and reissued vinyl we also specialize in sourcing hard-to-find original pressings.
A1 Records & CDs (Indianapolis)
Longtime Midwest record dealer specializing in new/used Hip-Hop & R&B vinyl that curates crates specifically for each record show from their inventory of over 25,000 records. Everything from original out-of-print 12’’s and LP’s to recent import 7’’ singles.
Aadam Jacobs (Chicago)
Aadam has been selling records for decades, and now he brings his knowledge and inventory to CVC. With a focus on Rock music, you’ll also find soundtracks, jazz, soul, and hip-hop. If you don’t see what you’re looking for, please ask!
Conservatory Vintage & Vinyl (Chicago)
Conservatory Vintage & Vinyl is a destination, specializing in rare and pre-owned vinyl records, plus premium Midcentury furniture and home decor. They are the only boutique of this kind located South of Chicago and neighboring South Suburbs. A unique shop for vinyl record and home décor collectors/enthusiasts.
Funky Beats Music (Chicago)
Purveyor of used LPs, 12" singles, and 45s specializing in Funk, Soul, Disco, Boogie, Hip Hop, and WBMX-era classics (House, Electro, Italo, and Freestyle). Plus Rock, New Wave, Jazz, & more.
A legend in the Chicago Hip-Hop + DJ scene, Jay's deep, vinyl-only sets mirror his deep crates at the Dealer's table.
Mississippi Records (Chicago / Portland)
Mississippi Records is a small label run by Gordon Ashworth and Cyrus Moussavi. The Mississippi Records retail shop is in Portland, Oregon and runs separate from this website. The label is based in Chicago.
Shady Rest Vintage & Vinyl (Chicago)
Shady Rest Vintage & Vinyl, a woman- and minority- co-owned storefront at 1659 S. Throop, specializes in used records; vintage hi-fi audio components and equipment; cameras and accessories; and art, culture, and design books.The store’s entire inventory is hand-selected and curated by owners Nuntida Sirisombatwattana and Peter Kepha.
Tony K Records (Chicago)
Former record store manager now selling at record shows and various pop-up events. New and used vinyl across all genres - Rock, Jazz, World, Blues, and more!
CVC 014: DJs / Live Performers
As long time seeker of oddities and originality in music Adam looks for grooves where and whenever he can find them. From African boogie and Brazilian funk to Chicago blues and northern soul, he wants to show the rich history and diversity of music around the world throughout time. Adam started out with DJing tech house on midi controllers but has loved switching to vinyl.
Ariana’s vision to unify our diverse world through her music easily shows when you hear her live. She’s an open format DJ that infuses all genres of music in her sets, from hip hop, reggaeton to house and trap.
Big Once has been mixing and cutting wax for over twelve years. He got his start as a teenager; putting out mixtapes, spinning house parties, and working with several local bands and emcees. Big Once broke into the Chicago hip-hop scene while still in college and he has steadily been building his rep as one of the most in-demand DJs in Chicago and the midwest.
Kida is a south side purveyor of vibrant style expressed through fashion and soul music from all different eras. If it connects to the human experience and has some soul in it, you can find Kida spinning it on decks across the city!
Born in Chicago during a visionary era of DJ culture, Michael Reuter, better known as Shazam Bangles, has consistently found sanctuary in music. His grandfather was a Polka drummer who often told stories of playing with jazz legend Gene Krupa and instilled in him a strong sense of rhythm from the start. In his teens, he was drawn to the stylistic freedom and technical fluency of hip hop DJs on college radio stations such as WNUR and WHPK. He honed his craft for years before stepping out into the spotlight.