Vinyl is once again a multi-million pound industry – but what's it like for the independent record dealers at the bottom of the food chain? We spent a working day with one old geezer who knows.
These streams will make you hot for wax.
From a potato farm in Alberta to downtown Toronto, our favourite unheralded releases of the 70s and 80s.
You've never heard The Rolling Stones like this before.
"You’ll have Bach next to Native American folk music next to some synth-pop record."
What kills a classic song dead in its tracks?
Go step by step with the also members of Om, Grails and more, delving into the samples that made their latest LP.
Ethio-jazz blended Ethiopian musical traditions with American jazz and soul, but the military coup in 1974 put an end to the scene, and records from back then are now as rare as they come.
"Sure there's radio on Spotify, but you'll only find a few singles, you can't really tell a story."
Melbourne crate digger Instant Peterson shares his prized black and white record sleeves.
A fixture of Montreal's music scene for over a decade, Lexis is the DJ behind 24 Hours of Vinyl.