How Canadian Vinyl Pressing Plants Made a Comeback
Here's why the rise of homegrown manufacturing companies is good news for artists, labels, and music fans everywhere.
Panasonic Brings Back the Historic Technics SL-1200 Turntable for Its 50th Anniversary
Audiophiles around the world rejoice.
The Resurgence Is Real: British Entertainment Chain HMV Sold One Turntable Per Minute in the Build Up to Christmas
Looks like everyone wants something to play their 30 dollar Urban Outfitters copies of Bieber's album on.
Two Men Risked a Kidnapping in Mexico for the Love of Vinyl
How far would you go for your wax obsession?
How Producers Are Breaking the Bland Limits of Plain Black Vinyl
Black vinyl is boring. For Record Store Day, we look at how artists like Shlohmo, Giraffage and Matthew Dear are pushing the boundaries of what a record should look like.
We Should All Be Able to Judge an Album by Its Cover
Cover art matters if you want your album to stick around.