New Study Identifies Vinyl Buyers As Lonely Middle-Aged People

By Alyson Camus | December 5, 2016

66% of them ‘say they could not get through day without listening to music’

HBO’s “Vinyl” Cancelled

By admin | June 23, 2016

Farewell, Vinyl. We hardly knew you.

A New Los Angeles Company Combines Vinyl And MixTapes

By Alyson Camus | October 24, 2015

‘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

By Alyson Camus | February 1, 2015

‘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

By Alyson Camus | April 18, 2014

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

By admin | February 21, 2013

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