In rotation: 7/30/15

Vinyl Tuesday Set to Launch in Indie Stores Next Week: “…Vinyl Tuesday ‘is a way for us to encourage artists, labels, distributors and managers to continue to release physical music on Tuesdays when they can. This allows physical retailers to have something fresh to sell and to talk about during the week, and lets those releases not just get lost on the increasingly crowded Friday/ weekend.’”

Rediscovering vinyl in Brockville: “Houle sees the vinyl revival that the music industry is experiencing as a byproduct of this tendency, as a way to unplug and get a higher quality listening experience. After all, he said, ‘MP3s sound like sh**.’

Grandmaster Flash Lost Priceless Record Collection In Car Mix-up: Rap Pioneer Grandmaster Flash Lost His Treasured Collection Of Vinyl Records When His Car Was Stolen In A Valet Parking Mix-up Earlier This Month (Jul15).

Faith No More’s Gould Sold Off Record Collection To Annoy Friends: “I traded my classic vinyl collection for Huey Lewis And The News records just to piss off my friends. It was the stupidest thing I’ve ever done – but for about 10 minutes I got a lot of satisfaction out of it.”

Vinyl Album Cover Stories: Beastie Boys, ‘Licensed To Ill’: “…unlike your basic presidential candidate, the Beasties were intentionally loud, crude, in your face and funny. Pity the poor album cover designer who had to capture all of that in a single image.”

Anyone Who is Interested in Vinyl Records Should Go to a Record Store: “…the best means of listening to recorded music is a good old fashioned turntable.”

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