Former Haçienda DJ selling entire 8,000-strong vinyl record collection

Buckley Boland follows Dave Haslam in shifting his old records

A former DJ at Manchester club The Haçienda is selling off his entire vinyl record collection.

Buckley Boland, a former resident DJ at the now defunct nightclub, took to Facebook to announce that he is open to “serious offers” for his 8,000-strong collection.

Boland said that the decision of fellow Haçienda veteran Dave Haslam to sell his 4,000-record collection to DJ Seth Troxler last month (November) made him consider shifting his own backlog.

Boland wrote: “OK, so I see Haçienda DJ Dave Haslam has sold his record collection to Seth Troxler and it’s got me thinking… I have around 8,000 that I’m thinking of selling.”

He continued: “Anyone who knows me knows that all the killers from late 80’s to around 2007 are in there before I made the switch to digital… [any] serious offers?”

See Boland’s post and photos of the full collection here.


Meanwhile, Liam Gallagher and ex-New Order bassist Peter Hook are set to feature in a new documentary about the Haçienda.

The documentary entitled You Own The Dançefloor?, was screened at a charity fundraiser at Manchester’s Royal Northern College Of Music on August 15.