Aloha Got Soul and Weekends West provide the perfect playlist for the first weekend of spring.
Picture this: The sun's out, there's a hint of warmth in the air and it's Friday afternoon. Sounds alr [...]
Photographer Eilon Paz's long-awaited coffee-table book Adventures in Record Collecting profiles 130 of the world's most fascinating record collections.
Several years in the making, Brooklyn-based [...]
Brooklyn-based record label launches 7" singles series with digital journal.
It's not altogether surprising to see that the old-fashioned record club is beginning to make a comeback. That vinyl has [...]
First pictures of The Vinyl Factory's era-spanning visual history of Massive Attack.
A year in the making, The Vinyl Factory are proud to at last announce the publication of 3D and the art of Massi [...]
Artist and producer joins Nicolas Jaar, Holly Herndon and Oneohtrix Point Never on preliminary line-up.
Montréal's prestigious digital arts festival Elektra has joined forces with the city's iconi [...]
Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow, Forever to open in Paris in March.
The culmination of four years work, artistic director Trevor Jackson is to exhibit a series of photographs at microscopic level of the [...]
Blossom Records to uproot and head for the open road.
Norwich record shop Blossom Records have announced that they are to wrap up operations in the East Anglian town and move the shop onto a bus in [...]
Blue Note mark their 75th anniversary with mammoth reissue schedule.
Launched by Alfred Lion way back in 1939, Blue Note Records are bringing up the big seven five in style this year, with the anno [...]