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Diabolical Records is the dream of husband and wife duo, Adam Tye and Alana Boscan. Such was their love for their pet project that they set up shop in a shipping container and later moved to a modest space in the Granary District. This is among the best place to find vinyls that are rare and limited. They also have record and cassette players in their inventory. They have an impressive collection from labels like slr, Burger Records, Siltbreeze, Woodsist, Goner, Slumberland and Hozac. They also host free concerts on Fridays featuring local musicians.
It is a sensory delight to shop here whether one buys anything or not. The store carries an enormous selection of books dealing with the spiritual and metaphysical realms of life, as well as gifts, cards, and an excellent selection of CDs. Gentle fountains, hidden corner couches, and the aromas wafting into the bookstore from the adjacent Oasis Cafe (The) are all strong inducements to spend several hours in pursuit of refreshing one's mind and spirit.
This is the most famous bookstore in Utah and offers much more than books. Upstairs you will find a section dedicated to LDS books, rare reads and more delicate papers. Downstairs resembles a regular bookstore, but the selection is much more diverse. Visiting authors come here to read from their newest manuscripts and are available for a question and answer time afterward, as well as booksigning. Tourists find the location convenient, right in the center of downtown on Main Street.
Nestled in the 9th and 9th district, this bookstore offers a magical glimpse into childhood. Grown-ups can wander in and reminisce about beloved books of the past, or bring their own children in to discover the joys of reading. The shop holds more than just books though; it also carries a few novelty toys and special clothing items for children and mothers-to-be. Spend a Saturday afternoon meandering through the shelves with your inner child.
People who love bookstores feel like they have found what has been missing at the discount chain bookstores when they walk in. This is what bookstores are meant to be. The owners are committed to keeping the spirit of the bookstore experience alive and have been involved in sponsoring readings by some of the nation's most popular writers (most recently Isabel Allende spoke about Daughter of Fortune). Coffee is always on, the shelves are full to overflowing, comfortable chairs await you and a genuinely knowledgeable staff await book lovers.