The series kicks off with this first-ever vinyl pressing of 2001’s The Places You Have Come To Fear The Most, set for release on July 31st, 2020. A long-awaited vinyl re-release of 2000’s The Swiss Army Romance as well as a first-time pressing of 2002’s MTV Unplugged 2.0 will also follow later this year, and all will be available in multiple collectible, limited edition variants!
Underoath have announced a series of livestream concerts. Tickets are now available. They have also announced that They’re Only Chasing Safety, Define the Great Line, and Lost in the Sound of Separation, will also be seeing vinyl re-presses. There’s also a cool looking boxset that I’m telling myself I can’t spend money on.Read More “Underoath Announce Livestream Concerts”
Since 2008, Record Store Day has grown into the world’s largest single-day music event, shining a light on the culture of the indie record store across the globe. In 2020, that world is different, so Record Store Day will be too. RSD is now scheduled to be celebrated with special, properly distanced release dates on Saturdays in August, September and October. […]
The titles on the RSD 2020 Official List, launched on March 5th, will be released at participating record stores on one of these three RSD Drops: August 29th, September 26th, and October 24th. The new version of The List, with newly assigned RSD Drops dates will launch on June 1 so check back here for a look at when you’ll be able to pick up the titles on your RSD 2020 wishlist at your local record store.
The trailer for the upcoming Vinyl Nation documentary has been released.
Vinyl Nation digs into the crates of the record resurgence in search of truths set in deep wax: Has the return of vinyl made music fandom more inclusive or divided? What does vinyl say about our past here in the present? How has the second life of vinyl changed how we hear music and how we listen to each other?
Yuri Suzuki has designed the Easy Record Maker, a cute little machine for cutting your own records.
The machine comes with ten blank five-inch discs. You can plug in the audio source from any device, such as a computer or phone and then “engrave sound directly from the recording stylus,” Suzuki tells Design Week. You can then instantly playback sound using the tone arm and in-built speaker.
Drive-Thru Records are releasing Welcome to the Family on vinyl for the first time.