At 441 West Canfield Street in Detroit’s historic Cass Corridor sits a building that used to by used by the Willys Overland Motor Company that now is home to Third Man Records Cass Corridor.
More than just a store, It’s a bonafide paradise for music lovers, the contraption-curious, and the inner kid in us all. Have a seat and flip a page or two in our Third Man Books Nook, bribe the Third Man Records House Band — The Syncopators — into playing a song from their jukebox fake book, listen to our ENTIRE catalog in our Listening booth… You can record your own (incredible sounding) 6″ record in a Recording Booth, Collect another Mold-a-rama sculpture for your prized chachki shelf (it’s a yellow mold of our satellite superstar, the Rolling Record Store!), take a photo in the Impossible Photo Booth, the first booth of its kind to shoot using our Impossible Duochrome Black & Yellow film, made specifically for Third Man Records by Polaroid-heros the Impossible Project and Ride Mini Topsy, a motorized Elephant scooter who is ready to take smalls and talls alike for a spin around the store.
Coming Soon — Third Man Vinyl Record Pressing