Fall 2022 – As the region’s largest and oldest independent music & video store, ATMV now celebrates nearly three years at its recently expanded and remodeled location at the Fountains at Farah.
After three disruptive years which included two relocations, a COVID shutdown and a complete remodel, the newly expanded store is now poised to continue its legacy and tradition of service and selection. With radical changes in consumer behavior amid a digital revolution, the company now focuses on the present demand for 180-gram vinyl records while maintaining its expertise and selection of vintage collectible records, CDs and DVDs, all eras, all categories, all prices. A deep selection of posters and an extensive Pop Culture boutique complements the store.
Vinyl enthusiasts seeking rare, obscure, or exotic collectible records are encouraged to visit our eBay store. Save the shipping charges by choosing the “local pickup” option.
As the cyber evolution continues to transform the retail landscape, tens of thousands accumulated, low value media units are now allocated available space for our famed “pre-pack” bundles. Once limited to bundles of 25 vinyl LPs … CDs & DVDs are now grouped into 10-packs by decade, themes or lifestyles making your discovery and shopping experience more efficient & convenient. The best news, most CD & DVD pre-packs are priced at only $9.99! An endless supply feeds our tables with these fabulous media treats.
In the spirit of our motto, “When having a hard-copy matters,” come browse our vast selection of vinyl, CD, DVD, turntables & other great gift ideas. Find the latest or discover a gem from your past.
Thanks for shopping local and be sure to see our Facebook or Instagram pages for daily or weekly promotions or updates.
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.