Appointments are no longer needed to shop in our brick-and-mortar store in Oxford. We are fully open for in-store shopping. All record store employees are fully vaccinate and therefore no longer wearing masks. We encourage anyone not vaccinated to please wear a mask when visiting the store. If you would like for the staff to mask up for your visit please contact us and we can make arrangements…no problem.
Sunday 1 p.m. – 5 p.m.
Monday 1 p.m. – 5 p.m.
Tuesday noon – 5 p.m.
Wednesday noon – 6 p.m.
Thursday – Saturday noon ’til 7 p.m.
We buy used vinyl Tuesday – Saturday noon – 5 p.m.
CALL US 662-281-1909
UPDATE (3/6/2021): All COVID protocols at the record store will stay in place, even though the governor of Mississippi has lifted all mask mandates. MASK ARE STILL REQUIRED TO SHOP IN THE RECORD STORE. You do not need a mask to shop the online store. We are also still limiting capacity to 3 people at a time and encouraging social distancing while in the shop. We are still offering curbside pickup via “dumb waiter” as well. We will not be changing any of these protocols until the entire record store staff has been fully vaccinated.
UPDATE (4/29/2020): We are aware of the city’s allowance for retail businesses to open up, but we are waiting a little longer before doing this. We agree with all of the rules around the re-opening–masks, social distancing, hand sanitization practices, etc.–but we are still going to wait as record stores are intimate places with lots of inventory. WE ARE OFFERING CURBSIDE PICKUP AGAIN (starting Thursday, April 30th) VIA OUR WORLD-FAMOUS “DUMBWAITER.” Just call the shop to place an order or check stock (662-281-1909), email us an order (firstname.lastname@example.org), or hit up our online store and select “instore pickup” at checkout. We’re still shipping out orders as well–free domestic shipping for orders over $50. We will keep everyone posted as to when we feel it’s safe to open the store back up. Thanks!
UPDATE (4/3/2020): As of 5 p.m. today we will no longer be offering curbside pickup. That means we have to retire the “dumb waiter” for now…but don’t worry! IT WILL BE BACK. For the time being we will be acting as a fulfillment operation, which means we’ll still be shipping out orders and offering free local* delivery for any orders over $30. Our online shop will remain open 24/7 and we’ll be constantly updating it with Daily Dealz, Rare Records, Isolation Zone LPs, fresh new and used stock, store merch, and you can still buy gift certificates and Record of the Month Club subscriptions. Please email us (email@example.com) or call us (662-281-1909) if you have any questions, would like to place an order, or just want to check in. We’re here!
*local delivery is free within the Oxford City Limits for orders over $30. Free shipping is also available for orders over $30, just use the code “FREESHIP” when checking out in our online shop.
UPDATE (3/18/2020): We’ll close the brick-and-mortar shop to customers starting right now and remain closed until we feel it’s safe to open back up. We will however be posting a lot more on our social media outlets, our website, etc. We’ll still be in the shop all day, everyday taking orders over the phone (662-281-1909), via email (firstname.lastname@example.org), and packing and shipping out orders… our online shop and Discogs store are running. We are also offering FREE curbside delivery (check out the video we posted earlier today), FREE local delivery for orders over $25, and free domestic shipping for orders over $30… we’re constantly adding more inventory to our online shop and we encourage anyone to call us (662-281-1909) to check to see if we have what you’re looking for! Y’all have been amazing. We’re all in this together and we will get through it! In the meantime, stay safe and LISTEN TO YOUR RECORDS!
UPDATE (3/17/2020): Today, we’re going to pricing a lot of fresh used LPs, adding more inventory to our online shop, and posting lots of stuff via our Instagram and Facebook pages. If you see something you want, just direct message us via socials, call us at 662-281-1909, or email us at email@example.com. We can take PayPal, Venmo, or a credit card over the phone. We can ship for free domestically (for orders over $30), we can drop it off on your porch locally (for orders over $25), or you can drive by to pick it up curbside (no order minimum). The brick-and-mortar store is currently open with shorter hours (we’ll be closing at 5 p.m. everyday) and we are limiting the amount of folks in the shop at one time to just 2 people. We urge you to call ahead and set up an appointment if you’d like to come browse the shop. We will be practicing increased sanitization via CDC guidelines as well as keeping a 6 ft. space between customers and staff. Please pay with a credit card if you come to the shop.
We ask that you be patient with us when placing an order. We’ll try to respond as quickly as possible, this is a new daily routine for us so there’s going to be a learning curve…but we’re quick! We’ll get it done! Thanks to all the folks already hitting us up…y’all are amazing!
Stay tuned for more updates as thing are constantly changing. We’ll be posting updates on this post.
While we’re doing our best to stay up-to-date with this virus and our community, we are strongly encouraging people to stay home and order online or call us to purchase records. We are offering FREE DELIVERY to anyone in the Oxford City Limits, and we are offering free media mail shipping within the U.S. for any online orders. We also can run anything to you if you’d like to just drive by the shop and not come in. We will also be posting lots of records on our social media outlets that will be for sale.
We can take payments over the phone, through Paypal and Venmo, or through our online shop.
OUR PHONE: 662-281-1909
OUR EMAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org
OUR WEBSITE: www.theendofallmusic.com
The brick-and-mortar store in Oxford is open as of now, but we are looking at cutting back hours as well as closing for a few weeks to help limit the spread of the virus. Obviously, closing the shop is not what we want to do but it’s sounding more and more like what we have to do in order to act responsibly and protect our customers and staff. We’re taking leads from the City of Oxford and our local government as well as the national news, and we plan to keep customers in the loop throughout all of these decision.
For the time being we hope everyone is washing their hands, staying home if they don’t feel well, and staying informed.
David & The EoAM Crew