Hey, Mister, Missus, and Miss Deejay. These music markets will make you want to put a record on.Wombleton RecordsLet us be the first to buzz you on the specialty vinyl shop just opened in Highland Park. The beautiful, Edwardian-designed space centrally located on York Boulevard hosts an excellent collection of rare pop vinyl from near and far to please and impress even the biggest music geek.VacationTake a trip down to the new Sunset Junction location for the best in rock, indie, electronic, and experimental records on wax. If you’re looking to trade or stock up on preloved albums, the shop sells and buys used. Catch a weekly break with its free shows from local and traveling bands.Amoeba MusicIf “The World’s Largest Independent Record Store” tagline didn’t prepare you, the grandeur of this musical emporium will make your jaw drop. An expertly organized cataloging system by genre, an in-store map, and a knowledgeable staff direct you through the aisles of new, used, and rare CDs and vinyl.Freakbeat RecordsIs that really a rare, limited-edition jazz-fusion record you just spotted in the 99-cent room? The friendly owners at Freakbeat understand that not all of us are impulsive buyers, so they brilliantly installed a listening station with turntables, disc players, and headphones to sample their collection of used records and CDs before you score.The Record CollectorFloor-to-ceiling shelves of the best in jazz and classical records, along with that nostalgic but comforting musty smell, make the vinyl supplier feel more like a musical library. The impressive collection of vintage records has both depth and breadth, so it is as satisfying for the music traditionalist as the classical-curious.Can’t wait to shop? Download some tunes from our playlists now.Photo: j/k_lolz / Flickr Up to 60% off TwinkleStay cozy with chunky knits adorned with whimsical creatures and sleep tight in quirky-sweet linens. Designed by yarn-and-needle mastermind Wenlan Chia, it’s all up to 60% off today on Swirl.