Music Farmers is located at 5 Crown Lane in Wollongong, Australia. Crown Lane is the laneway that goes up the hill from the top of Crown Street Mall. We are in the big brown building on the southern side of the road.
Music Farmers specialise in the best new releases and classic re-issues on vinyl, as well as stocking books, cds, dvds, shirts and second hand vinyl. We buy second hand vinyl so feel free to contact us if you have records to sell.
Monday: 10am - 6pm
Tuesday: 10am - 6pm
Wednesday: 10am - 6pm
Thursday: 10am - 7pm
Friday: 10am - 6pm
Saturday 10am - 4pm
Sunday 11am - 3pm
Music Farmers co-owners Nick Irwin and Jeb Taylor set up Impedance Records & Touring in 2006 to release and tour cutting edge music both in Australia and internationally. In our it's history we've been lucky enough to release albums from and tour the world with a number of great artists including The New Christs, Mother & Son, Mondo Generator, King Parrot, Nick Oliveri, Buggirl and plenty more.
Music Farmers founder/co-owner Jeb Taylor established MFA Industries to manage artists and provide related services, drawing on over a decade of experience in the music industry. Currently MFA Industries represents Shining Bird and The New Christs.
The Farmer & The Owl
Music Farmers have joined forces with fellow local music promoters and venue owners Yours & Owls to present The Farmer & The Owl. An annual full day event brining some of the finest music and arts from around the world to the Wollongong CBD.
Music Farmers was founded in 2004 by Jeb Taylor and Simon Dalla Pozza. Originally operating as a small scale music distributor, a retail shop was opened in December of that year in Wollongong, Australia. Through the next couple of years additional activities such as running a label and booking shows took place under the Music Farmers name. In 2007 the shop moved to a larger building in Crown Lane where it operated for two years before closing at the end of 2008.
The Music Farmers brand took a two year hiatus as Simon moved to London and Jeb was touring the world managing bands via his other business Impedance Records.
At the end of 2010 after sensing a resurgence of vinyl records during his travels and a distinct lack of their availability in his home town, Jeb decided the time was right to bring back Music Farmers. Still running an office out of the Crown Lane building and with the help of Impedance Records business partner Nick Irwin, the Music Farmers shop re-opened in February 2011. Simon moved back to Australia mid way through 2011 to help add his touch to the re-launched entity.