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Vinyl records are back in the groove

A return to analog listening In the fast-paced world society was accustomed to, many people did not have the time to stop and disconnect from life in order to enjoy a full-length album from start to finish while doing nothing else.  However, with most of

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David Bowie | The Berlin Trilogy | Vinyl Review

Record Label: Parlophone Rating: 5 out of 5 stars In the 1970s, David Bowie consecutively released the Berlin trilogy, consisting of the albums Low, Heroes, and Lodger. Since its initial release, the trilogy hasn’t been on vinyl all together since 1991. The record label Parlophone

Vinyl or digital: which one is better?

Vinyl isn’t just background noise by Allison Ackerman The millennial generation is the generation that grew up with the evolution of the CD to MP3, MP3s to streaming apps. Millennials have not only experienced multiple new technologies in the music world but have also had

New Young Pony Club | The Optimist | Vinyl Review

Record Label: The Numbers Records Rating: 5 out of 5 stars From the indie English band known for their quirky, upbeat, and sometimes sexual repertoire, New Young Pony Club’s sophomore album from 2010,  The Optimist, was not as widely established as their first. Caliginous and