House Of Oldies


HOUSE OF OLDIES GOES CYBER

COVID-19 affected so many businesses, especially in NY. When we were forced to shut down in March, many people were wondering if we would close for good. Good News! We are still going strong … just in CYBERSPACE. Over the past 6 months, we have been, slowly but surely, listing our inventory online at our DISCOGS WEBSITE. We had no idea how many loyal and new customers we would have. We are happy to announce that we have just fulfilled our 1,000th order. (Buddy Holly’s self titled album, in case anyone was wondering). Thanks to all our loyal customers and our “Newbies” for continuing to make HOUSE OF OLDIES your #1 place to shop for all of your vinyl.

#nocdsnotapesjustrecords


Please note that due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the House of Oldies store in New York City is currently closed.

Please email your want lists to rabramson@houseofoldies.com and check our selection of albums on Discogs.com.

We ship anywhere in the US.

Here’s what our customers are saying about our new mail order/Discogs service:

  • “Great records! Just as described….highly recommended seller!”
  • “A perfect Discogs transaction. Thank you!”
  • “Great service, great product. Cool! Cool!”

We hope you all stay safe and we look forward to seeing you again.



Thank you to VillagePreservation.Org for making us their Business of the Month! Read the full feature story about our store here!

VIDEO FEATURE ABOUT THE STORE: For The Record by Zoë Kase Vinyl News:

About the store:

The House of Oldies has been open since 1969 and recently celebrated its 50th anniversary. The store now has over 250,000 vinyl records in stock and has been featured on NY1, Fox 5 and written up in the New York Post.  John Lennon, Justin Timberlake, Steve Van Zandt and Jimmy Page have all visited the store over the years.

The House Of Oldies is located at 35 Carmine Street, New York, NY 10014

Don’t miss our growing selection of Doo Wop 45s at amazingly low prices on Discogs!

Thank you @coffeecakescafe for this illustration of the store! Click to see the full animation.