New Study Identifies Vinyl Buyers As Lonely Middle-Aged People
66% of them ‘say they could not get through day without listening to music’
HBO’s “Vinyl” Cancelled
Farewell, Vinyl. We hardly knew you.
A New Los Angeles Company Combines Vinyl And MixTapes
‘You’ve got to convince people to go vinyl over streaming and what [the artwork and packaging] is saying is, ‘We made this for you.’ To capture our audience, we have to make it feel special.’
Vinyl Sales Are Up But Record Labels Think It Is A Fad
‘The revival we see today is a choice, largely based on the sentimental feelings that we tend to attach to music,’ writes advisor to the European Commission on ICT Matthew Finnie, in Wired. ‘Yes, I miss the artwork, the feel and smell, but do I miss the general faff? Not really
15 To 26% Of People Buying Music Don't Listen To It
15% of people who do buy music on CD, vinyl or cassette tape, never plan on playing them! And this largely concerned the young people, among the 18-24 years old, 26% bought music without having the intention to play it… so all these vinyl purchases are just to decorate their bedroom shelves?
Vinyl Adventure "Young Americans", David Bowie
One of the main reasons I picked up the album was because of the John Lennon contribution. I mean, “Across The Universe” is such a good song. It’s just fun to listen to. Easily one of Bowie’s best collabs