Here you will find a list of record stores in Finland; walk-in-stores, online shops, second-hand shops, all shops who sell used or new music recordings in different formats. The information is compiled on the basis of the notifications of merchants and their customers and my own findings.
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If you only have an online store, you can use this form to report your shop information.
NB! However, there may be exceptions to the opening hours of smaller stores - check the information on the store's own website or Facebook.
You can identify the real online shop from the shopping cart -symbol after the shop name. What is an real online shop? Ordering and payment will succeed with one online session without any other contact with the retailer.
For other shops transactions, ordering requires email or telephone contact with the seller or other confirmation before the order is done. The procedures can be found on the merchant's website.
Some second-hand shops sell their records via DiscogsI have not listed them here. You will find information about the merchant's own website or you can search for records from Discogs by merchant's name.
Some second-hand bookshops sell their products - also records - through antikvaari.fi.
A selection of one small shop.
Record Shops are located in the largest cities. At the smaller cities, audio recordings can be bought from various second-hand shops and flea markets. Their range is very varied, but especially from second-hand bookshop may have a surprisingly large selection and good quality records.
Some second-hand bookshops also sell new records or cd’s.
The number of online record shops seems to have increased. Even smaller retailers have made some sort of e-commerce available, including private individuals selling their own collections online. Discs are also sold and purchased at many online marketplaces such as Huuto.net, Tori.fi and international marketplace; Discogs and ebay.
Many merchants and individuals also sell their recordings at a record fairs.
Erkka Kettunen from Fennica Records is trading at a record rairs.