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Why Record Stores Are the Place to Be on April 21

Why Record Stores Are the Place to Be on April 21

In an era where technology reigns king, there’s at least one industry that thrives on nostalgia. Amidst platforms like Spotify and Apple Music, vinyl record sales continue to increase – and it’s no fluke. In fact, 2017 marked the 12th consecutive year of growth in the vinyl record market, with more than 14.3 million vinyl records sold in the U.S. On April 21, independent record stores around the world will…read more →

5 Iconic Record Stores to Visit on the 10th Annual Record Store Day

5 Iconic Record Stores to Visit on the 10th Annual Record Store Day

There’s something special about vinyl records – and it’s not just the way the music sounds; it’s the record stores that sell them. These brick-and-mortar small businesses bring customers in their community together around a shared love of music. On April 22, record stores around the world will fill with new music and veteran fans for the 10th annual Record Store Day celebration. Although technology has greatly diversified the way…read more →

Record Store Day Rocks on Black Friday!

Record Store Day Rocks on Black Friday!

While small businesses and eager shoppers are gearing up for the most anticipated shopping weekend of the year, there’s another group of independent retailers that will be making some noise this weekend, record stores! Record Store Day, created in 2007, is a day dedicated to celebrating the unique culture that surrounds independent music stores and those that support them. With nearly 1,400 independently owned record stores across the nation, and…read more →

Record Store Day 2014

Record Store Day 2014

This year marks the 7th annual Record Store Day on April 19, and you won’t want to miss out on the festivities.

Celebrating Mom & Pop Music Shops Around The World

Every third Saturday in April, independently owned record stores around the world come together with artists to celebrate the art of music and the unique experience of visiting a mom and pop record store.

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