Headed to New Orleans

Any suggestions for record shops, audio stores, music venues I should check out while I am there? Thanks!

NOLA is my favorite city in the US. So much to see and do, really hard to set an itinerary.

Records Stores:

Euclid Records
Louisiana Music Factory
Peaches Records

To name a few.

Music Venues:

Preservation Hall
The Spotted Cat Music Club
Maple Leaf Bar
Blue Nile

There are SO many music places to see and hear, that you could spend weeks and not see all of them.

For a REALLY cool and different thing to do, if you're there on a Friday or Saturday night, go to the midnight showing of the "Rocky Horror Picture Show" at the Prytania Theatre.
Mofi pretty much hit it. I was just in New Orleans weekend before last. I prefer Euclid and Skully's. I've never been to Peaches.

For additional music venues, there is One Eyed Jacks, d.b.a., and Siberia.

If you don't mind the wait and you're there on the weekend, I highly recommend the Jazz Brunch at Buffa's.
The Esquire video embedded in the review made me want to book a flight. Not for the music, for the food. Now I am frickin Hungry for some red beans and rice LOL!
Have dinner at Commanders Palace and August. If you're not going that upscale, I strongly recommend Redfish Grill. Also, the broiled oysters at Dragos are a must. But don't order anything else there, IMO. I've heard they have some music down there as well, but I'm not sure.
Milkfish at Carrollton and Canal ( just east on Carrolton)

a great Filipino restuarant, amazing food great prices

ps and go see Raw Oyster Cult if they are in town playing
At milkfish now and headed to Euclid tomorrow--thanks guys!
Eat at Antoines in the French Quarter wonderful!!