SOURCE: The Sound Of Vinyl The Killers celebrate an astounding killer career to date by releasing all seven of their albums in one complete box set for the first time. There could be no better way to start off such an epic collection than with The Killers’ three-times-platinum June 2004 debut album, Hot Fuss. Hot…

Only for true music lovers. Futuristic but at the same time romantic and nostalgic. The turntable-inspired Vinyl collection of bathroom sinks by Olympia Ceramica has been designed by the brand’s artistic director Gianluca Paludi. The new line are modeled on a mix between ‘70s record player consoles and DJ setups. The two handles for volume…

The list of titles that will be released at real live record stores on April 21, for the 11th annual Record Store Day,  is here:   The list features unreleased records by David Bowie, four LPs, including his self-titled album, a double LP set including mono and stereo versions; a heavyweight 12in single of the previously unreleased full-length…

We know music festivals aren’t the best place in the world to buy vinyl records for obvious reasons, but sometimes it is worth, because your can find great albums at great prices. Last year, we bought several records at Mad Cool Festival, in Madrid (Spain): The Beat, the debut album by The Beat, released in…

Courtney Barnett has shared another new song called City Looks Pretty. This new track is taken from Courtney Barnett’s upcoming album Tell Me How You Really Feel out on 18th May 2018 (via Mom + Pop, Marathon Artists, Milk!). The Grammy and Brit nominated Courtney Barnett’s second album, Tell Me How You Really Feel, follows…

Storm Thorgerson (28 February 1944 – 18 April 2013) was “the best album designer in the world” according to the writer Douglas Adams and the British graphic designer behind some of the most memorable album covers of all time, including Pink Floyd’s The Dark Side of the Moon. The designer also created artwork for bands…

The first “High Definition vinyl” could be in stores next year, launched by the austrian-based startup Rebeat Innovation, which has received $4.8 million in funding for the initiative. “By summer 2019 we shall see the first HD vinyls in the stores,” founder and CEO Günter Loibl told Pitchfork. In 2016, a European patent filing described…