In rotation: 5/20/15

Meet the Man with Over 5,000,000 Vinyl Records: You may have heard of Zero Freitas and his insane vinyl jones. Now let’s hear him talk about it.

David Bowie to reissue ‘Let’s Dance’ single on yellow vinyl: The 1983 single will be re-released to mark the ‘David Bowie Is’ exhibition opening in Melbourne

Foo Fighters release mini-documentary about Record Store Day gig in Ohio – watch Foo Fighters Tickets: Dave Grohl and co performed at the Record Connection store in Niles, Ohio during April

Riding the Wave of Vinyl’s Revival: “Many within the industry attribute the revival to teenage and twenty-something hipsters raised on .mp3 downloads embracing the novelty of the “throwback” format. It is a tangible, engaging format that they can hold, flip, smell and contemplate the cover art. They can listen to whole albums as a story and an artistic expression, rather than individual tracks divorced from the whole.”

HMV Announces Website Relaunch: The previously stricken company has turned around significantly since its near-collapse in 2013, and its website re-launch will be particularly symbolic of its recovery.

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