Exactly Why Should You Buy Your Vinyl In A Record Store? “…But we’ve said it before and we’ll say it again, vinyl is about so much more than just the music. It’s about the experience. And hauling your arse to a record store is a really important slice of that experience.”
586 Records secures enterprise funding as Newcastle’s latest record shop: DJ and promoter Antony Daly hopes his vinyl dedicated shop will attract record lovers from across the North East
Tim Dalton Joins Joe Camilleri And Amber Lawrence As Record Store Ambassador: Music educator Tim Dalton has joined ARIA Hall of Famer Joe Camilleri and Golden Guitar winner Amber Lawrence as an Ambassador for Record Store Day Australia.
“Record Store Day is on its way and all the vinyl happy collectors are jumping for joy with all of the planned limited releases. For someone who had no idea what we’re talking about, this article is made for you. Here are 10 tips for budding vinyl collectors in any stage of their collection.”
“The art world can’t keep its hands off vinyl. From Fluxus artists like Milan Knízák and Nam June Paik, to experimental turntablists and sound pioneers like Christian Marclay, records have proved infinitely fascinating both as aesthetic objects to be celebrated and formats to be manipulated, pulled apart and reconstructed. Opening at BALTIC39 in Newcastle…”
NUVO at 25, Browsing Indy’s record stores: “Throughout the rise and fall of the “digital age” Indianapolis has been fortunate to host not just one, but a handful of world-class, independent, brick and mortar music shops.“
Vinyl Records: Our last, best hope? “The resurging interest in vinyl records offers a ray of hope for humanity.”
Getting in the Groove, Physical Records in a Digital World: “When my friends come to my house, we always play records,” Antee said. “I love the crackling [sound], and I feel there’s a big difference in the connection that you feel with the music because you have the album cover and all of the information about the record right in front of you.”