About The Diskery

This well-loved institution, The Diskery is Birmingham's oldest record shop. The store opened in 1952 by Morris Hunting and has been supplying music in the city ever since. The shop is best described by Sam Colley, The Diskery have ‘loyally stuck to the shop fitting blueprint for the classic vinylstore. Faded promo posters - record covers stapled to the roof - and handwritten cardboard labels indicating quirky categories like; ‘Bits and Bobs’, ‘Big Band Goodies and Much More’, and my personal favourite ‘Cheapo Rock’. I especially love the faded sign writing outside the store that promises ‘Good Disco Music’. But, of course, it’s the wonderful team at the Diskery that really makes the store so special.’
The Diskery is renowned for it's atmosphere and banter

throw in a mug of tea, biscuits and a browse through the vinyl then it's hours well spent.

Are you thinking of selling your incredible vinyl collection or your music memorabilia?

We are always buying vinyl collections to add to our stock which is constantly changing.

Music is a labyrinth with no beginning and no end full of new paths to discover.

We love to share our knowledge, so why not pop in and chat to us.



We have been very fortunate and have acquired a totally eclectic major record collection in absolutely mint condition. Please find a small taste of what is in stock and being placed on the shelves now. Everything from Pink Floyd, The Wall to Primal Scream, Screamadelica Nick Drake, Heaven In A Wild Flower to Van Morrison, […]