Inspired by Darren Crandell, vinyl collector and founder of Vinylog (custom-built record bin/storage units), we sought out record stores that highlight the timeless culture. "For me, it's about the experience" says collector Tony Ervolino, who we met along the way. "In music, there are two people, those who are always looking for the next best song and those who are looking for the next best album. I'm an album guy, and that's why Vinyl is important." Join us as we dig through L.A.'s top record
Science 2.0 LP Resurgence: The Reasons Behind Vinyl's Unlikely Comeback Science 2.0 Vinyl is at the heart of Record Store Day, an event created in 2007 when some 700 independent record stores in the US combined to celebrate music retailing and the...
Do Not Sell At Any Price by Amanda Petrusich Paste Magazine Her latest work may be her most inventive and compelling yet. Do Not Sell At Any Price shows the ways a group of competitive record collectors have shaped pop's history.
Roman Mars’ podcast 99% Invisible covers design questions large and small, from his fascination with rebar to the history of slot machines to the great Los Angeles Red Car conspiracy. Here at the Eye, we cross-post new episodes and host excerpts from the 99% Invisible blog, which offers complementary visuals...
Your album art is often the first visual exposure people have to your band, so it's important to make it count. Experienced graphic designer (and ASCAP member) Jeff Sheinkopf offers some practical advice on how you can put together an impressive album design on any budget.
In 1935, Red Foley recorded "Old Shep," in a studio at the Furniture Mart Building in Chicago. In 1940, in New York City, the Longines Watch Company signed with experimental station W2XOR in what was the first FM radio ...
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