In rotation: 11/11/15

Millennials push 2015 vinyl sales to 26-year high in US, Nine million vinyl records have been sold in the US during the first half of 2015: The Recording Industry Association of America has posted sales of nine million vinyl albums in the first half of 2015, compared with 14 million in the whole of 2014.

Vinyl junkies rejoice: For the past eight years, Phil Machemer has been performing the record-junkie version of the roaming food truck – he’s been taking his vast collection on the road, setting up in various locations around the city, offering his wares, and then moving on…But starting Nov. 13, Machemer and his Revolver Records will roam no more. A brick-and-mortar shop, located at 1451 Hertel Ave., near the corner of Norwalk Avenue, will house Machemer’s ever-expanding collection of vinyl and used CDs, spanning just about every genre.

Need to add to your vinyl collection? Melbourne’s PBS is throwing a massive record fair this month: Melbourne’s community radio station PBS is giving music fans the chance to bulk up their record collection after announcing they will be hosting their Inaugural PBS Record Fair. The fair will be taking place on Saturday November 21 at Collingwood Town Hall in Melbourne…

Good news for music lovers, from the Darkside: If I could design my dream hangout space, a den, a lair, a retreat, a place just to get away from it all, I’m quite sure it would look a lot like the interior of Darkside Records & Gallery in the Town of Poughkeepsie.

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