It is believed that Seattle actually has one of the largest and best music retail sectors across America. It seems that the residents of the city are extremely proud of their musical heritage. So much so, that a poll was recently held in The Strangler, an online publication operating within Seattle. They asked members of the public to vote on their favourite record store and the winner, with 23.8% of the vote was Daybreak Records.
Daybreak records is a rather new record store, having been open since July 2016. Their aim is to cater to the record-buying population of Seattle and really exceed the high standards that they demand from any store. That means having a huge range of music to choose from as well as the right environment for browsing in. Daybreak aims to meet these needs by offering a clean and modern atmosphere with a plethora of records that are easy to navigate. They also offer a varied range of music, from classical to Britpop, or heavy metal to Latin, you will find it all there.
One of the features that really help Daybreak Records stand out as a record store is their listening station. This gives record fans the chance to get comfortable and spend some time listening to new music before they make the decision to purchase it. It really makes an experience out of purchasing new records. It also gives fans somewhere to meet-up and can make record purchasing a social activity, giving the public even more of an experience.
Another thing that the people of Seattle love about Daybreak records is the staff. They are all incredibly friendly and knowledgable when it comes to music. They are happy to answer any questions that you might have or steer you in the right direction when it comes to making decisions about new music that you would like to purchase. They love chatting about music and will make you feel comfortable from the minute that you walk into the store. With a range of accessories on sale too, all designed to help you enjoy your music even more, there is little wonder that they have been voted as Seattle's best record store.
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