This year, Record Store Day has teamed up with Dawes for the first ever record to be released on Small Business Saturday, “We’re All Gonna Live.”
It’s the BRITISH ROCK ISSUE and Ringo Starr has a lot to talk about: new music and old experiences. And peace, of course.
Making Vinyl conference reflects existing and new pressing plants, as well as record labels and indie retailers.
The Brooklyn Mirage, a new outdoor venue, announces 2 More Days of 1969 — a two-day event that celebrates the 48th anniversary of Woodstock on August 18-19.
Paddle8 launches auction dedicated to The Beatles and launching today, upon the 50th anniversary of the release of “Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band.”
Varèse Sarabande will release Blue Velvet, the original motion picture soundtrack, on vinyl May 19 for the first time in nearly 30 years.
Legacy will release “AMERICAN EPIC: The Collection,” a 5-CD box set and the soundtrack, a single disc anthology of 15 songs featured in the documentary.
One of the most exciting announcements of the last year or so was the news that the MVD Entertainment Group is now handling the Bear Family catalog.
Goldmine‘s Spring 2017 issue — dedicated every year to Record Store Day — features The Doors on the cover.
Goldmine magazine and URP launch a distribution partnership that kicks off with Record Store Day.