In rotation: 4/29/15

Local bands look to branch out with help of record store: “The Record Lounge sets itself apart from other venues in the area for multiple reasons — primarily because it allows small, unheard-of bands to gain recognition in the area when otherwise they may have not been given a chance…”

Stretford Mall record store helps get vinyl revival into the groove: “A new record stall at Stretford Mall, named after a classic song by The Smiths, is helping power the vinyl revival which currently has the country in a spin…”

Launch success for vinyl store: “The new vinyl store – Oldham’s first in more than two decades – opened on the first anniversary of Harwood’s Scoots, Suits and Boots mod-fashion store launch in Yorkshire Street, and coincided with national Record Store Day…”

Life In Berlin: Record Store Day: “For us, it is just some marketing bulls****. We usually say, like any serious record shop would say, everyday is record store day. Vinyl was pronounced dead when we first opened the shop more than twenty-five years ago and we don’t accept the premise that vinyl needs to be saved because, as far as we are concerned, vinyl has been going strong and is very much alive and healthy.”

Long live The Savannah Record Fair! “Flipping through the Record Fair’s fare, I hit a sleeve that was strangely familiar: The Beatles, with Paul in an open steamer trunk and the rest of the guys surrounding him, looking blasé. On closer inspection, there was a ghost underneath; the cover was like a giant sticker, curling slightly on a corner as if it had been picked at by a fingernail…”

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