Digital TrendsDenis Leary on becoming a rock & roll frontman, and why he hates vinyl
I hated records. I was glad to see records go. I couldn't be happier to have a button on my phone that I can hit and call up my favorite music. Neil Young — I tried listening to what he was talking about [with hi-res audio and Pono], but I don't hear ...
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Resurgence In Vinyl Records Means Booming Business -- And Growing Pains -- For ...
Vinyl record sales aren't just growing. They're growing faster each year: up about 18% in 2012, 32% in 2013 and 51% in 2014. Rainbo was once down to pressing 5,000 records a day; now it does 25,000. And Rainbo, the oldest vinyl-pressing plant in the U ...
Ars TechnicaVinyl records are still riding that big comeback wave, sales up 38% in a year
On Thursday, Nielsen Music released its 2015 US mid-year report, finding that overall music consumption had increased by 14 percent in the first half of the year. What's driving that boom? Well, certainly a growth in streaming—on-demand streaming ...
Mid-Year Music Report: Streaming, Vinyl and Taylor Swift Rule
Taylor Swift Is Incredibly Popular Amongst The Vinyl-Loving Purists Of The World
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Irish IndependentGoodbye MP3s...we're falling back in love with old-style vinyl
Vinyl collector and seller Paul Kelly from Lichfield, England, has been in Sandymount for the past 10 years. He started selling records last year, and said there was never a better time for fans to get their hands on some classic albums, be they ...
The ProvinceThe Garage: Browse vinyl, quaff a brew and listen live all at the same time
Studio Records is looking forward and backward at the same time. On the one hand it's a record store set in the location on Granville once occupied by the Studio Theatre. On the other it's a live-music venue that primarily will feature local acts ...
Wall Street JournalVinyl Is Back—but Not the Goody Old Days
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The New Yorker magazine on May 25 commented on the resurgent popularity of vinyl records with a cartoon: A man shows off his large stereo collection and all the equipment necessary to play the records faithfully, captioned: “The two things that really ...
TIMEThis Guy Just Made a Playable Vinyl Record Out of a Tortilla. And It Sounds ...
So he got himself an uncooked tortilla and a laser cutter and made a playable, albeit shaky, vinyl record. “I was already familiar with laser cutting records at 78 rpm on acrylic for use in gramophones,” he wrote in a Reddit post. “I decided to see if ...
Someone Made A Tortilla Into A Playable Vinyl Record, And So Can You
WATCH: A Tortilla Vinyl Play Music on a Record Player
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Someone turned a laser-etched tortilla into a playable record
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Bleeding Cool NewsThe Last Of Us Is Getting Some Gorgeous Looking Vinyl Records
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I'm a big fan of collecting video game soundtrack vinyl. There is something really gratifying about the tangibleness to listening to them that you don't get when listening to songs on a laptop. That is why I'm going to try my best to pick up some of ...
The Last of Us' soundtrack just got a beautiful vinyl makeover
The Last Of Us Complete Original Soundtrack Vinyl Boxset Announced
The Last of Us' soundtrack getting a slick vinyl release
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FOX 10 News PhoenixValley man runs vinyl record business
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Back in the old days, people who wanted to listen to music bought round, black vinyl discs. They spun them around on turntables as a little needle scratched along grooves in the disc, producing sound. They were called records, and they reigned supreme ...
Core77.comStoring Vinyl Records on the Wall
Vinyl owners fall into two categories: those who play them and those who don't (but are still sentimentally attached to them). Both types might be interested in products that help them hang part of their collection on the wall, displaying those amazing ...