Store Hours

Monday – Thursday 11 AM – 8 PM
Friday – Saturday 11AM – 9 PM
Sundays NOON – 7 PM


The Fountains at Farah

Find us at the Fountains at Farah
8889 Gateway West Blvd. Ste. 3015
Promenade (Lower Level)
Under Best Buy

Celebrate Independent Music Stores

Welcome to El Paso’s most diverse and longest standing independent music store. In a digital world, our slogan, “When having a hard-copy matters,” says it all. We’re locally owned and operated and established in 1980 with the simple premise of catering to ALL tastes of the community. We don’t discriminate – whether it’s classic rock, Indie rock, R&B Soul, Mexican, hip-hop, heavy-metal, EDM, folk, country, K-pop, or oldies, we proudly offer the largest and most extensive catalog of LP vinyl, CDs, and DVDs available in the region.

Our long tradition of buying & selling quality pre-owned, out-of-print media ensures an unmatched selection of collectible items anywhere in the area. We carefully evaluate, purchase and process thousands of items weekly, filtering out the junk along the way. Only the best make the cut. Product is then priced fairly, merchandised, organized and curated into our bins for your shopping pleasure. Stop in and experience the joy of collecting a prized memory from your distant past or see what’s new with today’s artists and music, most now being released on limited 180-gram heavy weight vinyl. We stock quality turntables for any budget plus all related collector’s supplies. Our pop culture gift area guarantees we have something for everyone. We’re stuffed with posters, caps, totes, beanies, patches, buttons, Funkos, enamel pins and much more.

As a long-time, certified and pledged Record Store Day affiliate, we invite you to visit, celebrate and experience the culture of the Independent Music Store.

About All That Music and Video

Owner George Reynoso is an El Paso native, Burges High School and University of Texas at El Paso graduate, and former radio and television broadcaster who started his first record store, Nostalgia Records & Tapes on Montana Avenue in 1980. He moved the store to Lee Trevino in 1987 and changed the name to All That Music in 1994. As the business expanded, so did the name, becoming All That Music & Video in 2007. The store was located in two different locations on Lee Trevino for 25 years, moving to Gateway East & Airway in 2012 and now the Fountains at Farah since 2020.