If you’re in the UK, there’s still plenty of time to get your order delivered in time for Christmas. This week we look at what to buy for collectors of genuine Autographs, Japanese Pressings and for the very deep pockets, pieces that we feel are worthy of investment long term.
From the BBC Sony Music, one of the big three global record companies, says it will start pressing its own vinyl releases again for the first time since 1989. The firm will resume in-house domestic vinyl production at a Japanese factory south-west of Tokyo by March 2018. The move comes amid […read more…]
The photographer’s portraits of record collectors at home have become a cult hit on his Dust & Grooves website Dust & Grooves: Adventures in Record Collecting is available to order with local shipping rates from dustandgrooves.com. A third edition will be published by Ten Speed Press in September Killian Fox […read more…]
Often branded as Japan’s answer to Kraftwerk, Yellow Magic Orchestra are set to enjoy a lengthy reissue campaign that extends well into 2016. From their self-titled debut right up to 1984’s After Service, nine crucial albums will be fired up and repressed to 180g transparent vinyl by Music On Vinyl. […read more…]