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The rise of vinyl and why records sound ‘warm’ | Toronto Star

The rise of vinyl and why records sound ‘warm’ | Toronto Star | Kill The Record Industry | Scoop.it

This year the major labels get back on board with analog technology in a big way.

In 2014, it’s safe to say, the major Canadian music labels will release more music on vinyl than they have since the heyday of the format more than 30 years ago.

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2014, expect even more releases on vinyl.

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Pierre Creff's curator insight, February 2, 2014 8:07 AM

"Universal also plans to bring back some notable ’70s reggae albums from the Virgin Front Line label." Good news ! 

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Ontario Independent Music Archive (OIMA) / Les Archives de la musique indépendante de l'Ontario (AMIO)

Ontario Independent Music Archive (OIMA) / Les Archives de la musique indépendante de l'Ontario (AMIO) | Kill The Record Industry | Scoop.it

The Ontario Independent Music Archive (OIMA) will be an online repository for new and emerging musicians in all genres to post and share their work with the public. OIMA will also collect, preserve and promote older independent music from across the province that was originally produced in small batches on vinyl, cassette and CD, making it available to new audiences.

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How Weird Canada will use $50K to rethink indie music distribution

How Weird Canada will use $50K to rethink indie music distribution | Kill The Record Industry | Scoop.it
Weird Canada, an acclaimed music blog which focuses on underground music and features only work by Canadian musicians, has witnessed a ton of huge changes since we interviewed founder Aaron Levin last year.
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What would you do with a $50K grant?

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