Check out these three D.C. record shops that'll let you get lost in past hits and happy memories, all while you bust out some of your epic dance moves!

Vintage is making a huge comeback! Many people are breaking out their old record players, buying new ones, and racking up records of their favorite old music -- while basking in the memories that came along with it! Are you one of those people? Here are some record shops to pique the interest of your inner music lover!

Red Onion Records

[caption id="attachment_8973" align="aligncenter" width="720"] Courtesy of Red Onion Records (Facebook)[/caption] Where: 1628 U Street NW Contact Information: Check out the website or call 202-780-7735 A small, independent shop, Red Onion Records will help you discover some real treasures! They have a little something for anyone's music tastes -- new records, old ones, and even some rare ones stashed around. They sell CDs and books there, too. A real one-stop shop!

Som Records

[caption id="attachment_8972" align="aligncenter" width="604"] Courtesy of Som Records (Facebook)[/caption] Where: 1843 14th Street NW Contact Information: Check out the website or call 202-328-3345 Som Records houses more than 12 genres of vinyl records in a cozy, well-decorated shop! Whether you're into electronica or blues, there's a vinyl for you! You could easily spend hours (and a decent amount of money) in here, perusing through music from both the past and present.

Smash! Records

[caption id="attachment_8970" align="aligncenter" width="960"] Courtesy of Smash! (Facebook)[/caption] Where: 2314 18th Street NW, 2nd Floor Contact Information: Check out the website, call 202-38-SMASH, or email Did you jam out in your room to punk or alternative music, blasting the sound so loud you couldn't hear anything else? If so, Smash! Records is the spot to check out! This record shop is full of character and features used LPs, CDs, and 45s from the 1970s to today! And if vintage and punk rock clothing is down your alley, then Smash! Records has quite the collection in that department, too. What were/are your favorite records? Have you visited any of these shops in D.C. before? Which record shop would you recommend to someone visiting the city? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below! And happy listening!

If you're into funk music, check out the D.C. Funk Parade on May 12!