In rotation: 3/4/15

“This guy just bought 13 more record presses to keep up with vinyl demand: By now, you may have heard about the vinyl record’s resurgence, but have you thought about what this new hunger for records means for vinyl manufacturers and distributors?”

Boogie Nights Soundtrack Coming to Vinyl: An O Brother, Where Art Thou picture disc is on tap next.”

“5 Vicious Vinyl Shops in the Violet Crown: There’s a vinyl revolution going on out there and Austin is neck deep in it.”

“This Photoshop trick shows you how damaged used vinyl is: Here’s an image taken from an eBay listing for a Beatles record. Looks good, right? Use Photoshop to adjust the levels, though, and the record looks quite different.”

“In a joint partnership with cassette label Gnar Tapes, the new Burger Records in Cypress Park is the label’s first retail space in L.A. For Gnar Tapes — which began in Portland in 2008 — the new venture makes them a major force in Northeast L.A.’s growing garage rock syndicate (which includes Lolipop Records in Echo Park).”

“White Stripes Prep ‘Get Behind Me Satan’ for First Vinyl Release: Tenth anniversary commemorative pressing arrives on Record Store Day next month”

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