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15 Father’s Day gift ideas to celebrate the music lover in your life
15 Father’s Day gift ideas to celebrate the music lover in your life
With Father’s Day just around the corner, some of us are still struggling to find that perfect gift. Time is ticking, so for all those music-loving dads out there, we’ve compiled a list of gifts that are sure to be a hit. Whether you’re on a budget or willing to splurge on your loved one, you’re sure to find something to please their music tastes below! Read more: Coheed And...
Pirates Press founder celebrates 15 years of pressing records
Pirates Press founder celebrates 15 years of pressing records
As the founder of Pirates Press, the largest broker of vinyl in the world, owner Eric “Skippy” Mueller’s introduction to record collecting taps into the zeitgeist of a post-depression United States where kids began amassing comic books, baseball cards and tiny plastic military figurines that would later be gamified in value.  Since the ra...
IKEA is coming out with its own record player
IKEA is coming out with its own record player
Ubiquitous furniture and homewares giant IKEA is reportedly releasing its own record player as part of a collaboration with Swedish electronics concern Teenage Engineering. See what else the stylish collab has in store below. Read more: Record Store Day announces 2018 date The group of music-focused products from the companies is called FREKVENS (Swedish for "frequency," as noted by HUH
There’s a vinyl record made out of chocolate—and it can actually play music
There’s a vinyl record made out of chocolate—and it can actually play music
First, there was the Oreo cookie vinyl. Now a chocolate vinyl record? We're hungry—and hoping to listen to our favorite tunes in the coolest way. Read more: There’s a company that’ll press your ashes into a vinyl record As Digital Music News reports, French artist Julia Drouhin made a vinyl record out of chocolate—and it can play actual music. To create the chocolate record, Drouhin told the Sout
Rare Sex Pistols single goes for an insane amount on Discogs
Rare Sex Pistols single goes for an insane amount on Discogs
Tourists are money... but so are record collectors, right? Maybe that's why this rare Sex Pistols vinyl single of "God Save The Queen" went for nearly $15,000 on Discogs—one of the site's most expensive sales of 2017. Read more: Riot Fest tried getting the Sex Pistols to reunite Discogs has verified the sale of the 1977 Sex Pistols seven-inch on A&M Records for $14,690, and it now t
11 crafts for old vinyl records
11 crafts for old vinyl records
There’s no denying the satisfaction of listening to a record spinning on a turntable, but occasionally a once-smooth track becomes riddled with scratches and warping. Maybe it already was messed up when you picked it up for a buck at the thrift store, or maybe a clumsy friend bumped the turntable needle on accident and destroyed your favorite song. Tho ...