Hip hop, electro, new wave, rock, jazz or any genre, new or secondhand, classics or unknown gems: fans of vinyl records come to Brussels from far and wide. There are record shops that have grown over the years into established names for connoisseurs, collectors and music lovers.
Alongside them are new shops with ever-changing genres and sometimes even offering added extras, from the sale of books and other things to exhibitions, DJ sets and performances. Here you’ll find a selection of shops from the vast offer that are well worth a visit.
Geert Sermon, one of the forerunners of the ‘Sound of Belgium’ opened his legendary record store on Place Saint-Géry in 1997. Since then, this gold mine of electronic music is known around the world among leading DJs and producers.
Mon > Tue 12:00 >19:30, Wed > Thu 12:00 > 20:30, Fri > Sat 12:00 > 19:30
Rue de la Grande Ile 1 Grooteilandstraat, 1000 BRU
Veals & Geeks
A certain value for geeks and junkies of the genre! Krautrock, prog rock, new wave as well as psychedelic Italian groups from the 70s or Portuguese garage/surf from the 60s ... it’s a paradise for collectors.
7/7 11:00 > 20:00
Rue des Grands Carmes 8A Lievevrouwbroersstraat, 1000 BRU
A new trendy store specialising in electronic music.
12:00 > 20:30
Rue Blaes 146 Blaesstraat, 1000 BRU
One of the oldest record-sellers in Brussels on Boulevard Anspach in front of the Ancienne Belgique: CD, vinyl records, and new and second-hand DVDs. All sorts of musical styles available: rock, pop, indie, hip-hop, soul, electronic, etc.
Mon > Sat 10:00 > 19:00, Sun 13:00 > 18:30
Boulevard Anspach 101 Anspachlaan, 1000 BRU
Taille 33 specialises in selling rock vinyl records. In addition to organising free concerts every Saturday at 5 pm, Taille 33 also contains a tattoo parlour at the back of the store.
Mon > Sat 11:00 > 19:00
Chaussée d’Ixelles 331 Elsensesteenweg, 1050 BRU