Analog aficionado Jack White has a new project designed to get your kids interested in vinyl early on. A joint effort between White’s label, Third Man Records, and Light in the Attic records will release a new kids’ compilation album, complete with a portable children’s turntable featuring built-in speakers that a lot of us […read more…]
Little Richard’s Tutti Frutti was recorded 60 years ago – part of the rich history of nonsense lyrics on great records Sixty years ago, on 14 September 1955, Little Richard entered J&M studio in New Orleans to make his first recordings for Specialty Records, after four years of trying and […read more…]
We LOVE vinyl… in all shapes, sizes and colours! The NME have come up with a fantastic list of 37 of the most innovative vinyl releases and as I am sure you can expect, there’s a fair amount of LPs from Jack White’s Third Man Label.
Yesterday afternoon, our latest shipment of goodies from our buyer Yashiki arrived at 991 HQ. Some fantastic items have already been hitting the site & shelves with much more to come over the next day or two. Come and take a look at our latest arrivals…
I got a little distracted this morning by this NME article which shows the many beautiful & unique ways you can store vinyl. We would love to see some of the wonderful and unusual ways that you store your vinyl collection…
Within a box of vinyl goodies, we recently uncovered a copy of this ultra rare single from the obscure Scottish indie quartet, Victorian Picture Show. Issued on the No Choice label and housed in a fantastic DIY fold-out picure sleeve with lyrics to both songs printed inside, this vinyl 7″ […read more…]
A Stradivarius belonging to violin virtuoso Roman Totenberg has been recovered, 35 years after it vanished. Violins created by Antonio Stradivari are considered amongst the world’s finest and can be worth millions. The instrument surfaced in June when a woman had it appraised after inheriting it from her husband. Click […read more…]
As you may have seen from some of our recent Instagram posts, we’ve recently had a pretty fantastic collection of DEPECHE MODE items arrive, including limited editions boxsets, vinyl LPs, 7″ & 12″ vinyl singles, CD albums, tour programmes and more within. We’ve already seen a fair few items fly […read more…]
A trailer has been released via Instagram for Vinyl, the music industry drama series set in New York during the disco and punk era, created by Mick Jagger and Martin Scorsese. Vinyl is based on Jagger’s initial idea of two friends who survive for four decades in the music industry. […read more…]
If you are looking to fill a few gaps in your singles collection, a varied selection of obscure and indie vinyl singles have been hitting the site today, with rarities from Victorian Picture Show, Zos Kia, Mouth, Workforce, Yeah Yeah Noh aswell as Depeche Mode, The Cure and more, […read more…]
We were saddened by the sudden passing of the legendary Cilla Black at the weekend. We send our thoughts to her family at this time. In tribute, the NME have compiled five impressive facts you might not know about Priscilla Maria Veronica White, including a popular piece of indie folklore […read more…]
Here’s a cool list of Record Stores from around the world that I read at the weekend. Can any of you tick these of your list of stores you’ve visited? Are there any stores that you think belong on here and have been missed of. Read the full list on […read more…]
One of our buyers arrived back this afternoon with a collection to drool over. The below few items have just been added to our system in the last half hour and are currently awaiting images and there may be a few more bits added this evening, but watch THIS space over […read more…]
Our latest shipment from our Japanese buyer arrived on Friday with some fantastic items by PINK FLOYD, BEE GEES, ROLLING STONES, ABBA and more already having hit our site over the last two days and with more to come this coming week. Watch THIS space for MORE wonderful items in […read more…]
The ROLLING STONES have announced they are to stage their first ever major exhibition at London’s prestigious Saatchi Gallery from 6th April 2016. EXHIBITIONISM will be the most comprehensive and immersive insight into a group described by critics as The Greatest Rock ‘n’ Roll Band, taking over nine thematic galleries […read more…]
Rolling Stones’ legend Keith Richards has announced that he is to release his first solo album in over 20 years, Crosseyed Heart, on Friday 18th September. A fifteen track masterclass which encompasses everything that makes Keith Richards one of the 20th century’s most celebrated talents, the album is a musical […read more…]
Oh boy, do we have a rarity for you!! This may actually be one of those “I’ve got the only one of these” moments. What we have is an impossibly rare 1967 UK double-sided 12″ actetate, containing Ken Thorne’s score from the soundtrack to Richard Lester’s motion picture How I […read more…]
Back in 1989, David Bowie was trying to get back to his more experimental style, rather than the mainstream of his previous release, Let’s Dance. This particular item is an LP sleeve for the groups debut album, which has been fully signed by David Bowie & Reeves Gabrels in gold/brown […read more…]
We’ve recently had a fantastic white label test pressing for Bob Dylan’s 1970 New Morning album. With the ‘CBS Test Pressing’ printed labels and pressed on Heavyweight Vinyl which shows minimal signs of play, this is first time we’ve ever seen one of these! Come and take a look HERE…
We’ve recently taken delivery of a collection of South African vinyl LPs which have been hitting the website today, including Deep Purple, Led Zeppelin, Magna Carta, Rolling Stones and many more. Take a look at the latest arrivals on our Worldwide page HERE!
We’ve recently unearthed a few nice collections of fantastic promotional display cards issued between the 80s – 00’s for a variety of classic album & single releases.
A new study has investigated the physical exertion involved in attending music festivals. Tech company Withings have found that music fans can actually work off as much as 9,000 calories over a three-day music event, walking over 15 miles in the process. Glastonbury was found to be the most exerting […read more…]
Foo Fighters singer Dave Grohl has played through the pain of a broken leg, sitting atop a Game of Thrones-inspired chair at a US show. Grohl was injured after falling off stage at a concert in Gothenburg, Sweden last month, which lead to the band having to cancel their headline […read more…]
We have this fantastic RARE 20″ x 27″ poster issued to promote the band’s gig at Folkestone Town Hall on 21st August 1976, supported by Night Flight & The Dharma Dance Band. A curious bonus with this is that there is a piece of notepaper affixed by poster putty to […read more…]
Are you a fan of band / music related T-Shirts and Clothing? Have you check out our large selection of band merchandise? With various vintage and reproduced t-shirts, jumpers, caps and much more to choose from, your bound to find something you’ve been looking for…
Was you aware that we have an exclusive JAZZ Store? We’re always adding fantastic new additions to the page every day. Come take a look HERE!!
We have recently taken delivery of a collection of original South African pressed vinyl, there’s plenty more to follow over the next few months, but take a look at what has hit the site so far HERE…
RoR (Ringo or Robin) was a design company created by Ringo Starr and his business partner Robin Cruickshank. Formed in the early 1970’s RoR was responsible for creating a variety of items, including official Apple merchandise, along with various other boutique goods ranging from novelty executive toys and desk ornaments […read more…]
Heavy metal legends Black Sabbath have won a lifetime achievement prize at the Ivor Novello songwriting awards this afternoon. Picked up the trophy, Tony Iommi confirmed that the band would embark on their “final tour” next year. Welsh band the Manic Street Preachers were given the inspiration award, marking almost […read more…]
If there are any fans of both Sia and the 1960’s legends The Mamas & The Papas, then this may be the cover version for YOU. Recorded for the soundtrack to the upcoming action thriller San Andreas, Sia’s version of California Dreamin’ starts as an orchestral beauty but soon evolves […read more…]