In rotation: 1/9/15

Thanks, but no thanks: “There’s a Netflix For Vinyl Records Now.”

Is the vinyl revival no longer a fad? 

In my time of reissuing: “Led Zeppelin’s 1975 double-album Physical Graffiti will be the next LP from the group’s canon to get a super-deluxe release, following reissues of the band’s first five albums last year. The new edition, which guitarist and producer Jimmy Page has remastered, will come out on the 40th anniversary of the original record’s release date, February 24th.”

“Dave Lee, better known as Joey Negro, is one of the most longstanding figures in UK house music. Lee first began collecting disco, soul and funk records in the late 1970s and has since amassed an enviable vinyl library.”

NYC’s Cake Shop needs some help “to keep the New York tradition of well-curated live rock music going strong.”

Vinyl classics go head to head in a smackdown!

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