In rotation: 7/28/15

Goodbye MP3s …we’re falling back in love with old-style vinyl: “Some in the business say the resurgence in records – and in some cases even cassette tapes – is a direct response to the boom in MP3 downloads and streaming services as music lovers want to build a physical collection, rather than an online database.”

Acorn Records launch at Waterloo Music hopes to create a ‘musical hub’ for Yeovil: “Chris Lowe, proprietor of Acorn Records on Glovers Walk for more than 41 years, has taken up residency in new music store Waterloo Music on Hendford. Acorn Records opened its doors at its new premises on Thursday but it treated music lovers to a variety of live music for its grand opening which took place on Saturday from 10am until 4pm.”

New ‘Music Fridays’ expected to further boost vinyl’s revival: “Dubbed “New Music Friday,” the move by the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry, with 1,300 members, streamlines release dates for music around the world by moving them to Friday.”

WPKN: A half-century in the groove: “I think we’re in a better place than we’ve been in a long time,” said General Manager Steven J. di Costanzo. “We have a lot of young people coming in doing their own shows, like Michelle Spinei, who hosts an all-vinyl show she calls “Surf Party Apocalypse.”

Why selling my record collection left me in a spin: Former DJ Al Dunne regrets his decision to sell his record collection for the price of a night out

For the record: Kosovo Sufi rituals surface on UNESCO vinyl: “The rich musical traditions of Kosovo Sufi Tarikats have been preserved on the UNESCO musical sources collection since 1974. This record is part of a long tradition that the Tarikats themselves have undertaken, by their own means.”

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