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Record Store Day Delayed - A Tale of Redemption In Three Parts

Record Store Day Delayed - A Tale of Redemption In Three Parts

Like many things, Record Store Day 2020, originally slated for April 19, succumbed to Covid-19 cancellation.  This really wasn’t a surprise, with safety and common sense taking the lead.  The last thing we needed to do was pack into lines and queue up in the midst of a pandemic. 
RSD 2020 ONLINE MOVIE PREMIERE

RSD 2020 ONLINE MOVIE PREMIERE

Hey guys! Tay the Reviewer here with some AWESOME news!  As we all know, RSD 2020 has been postponed due to COVID-19. And that sucks. BUT, on April...
Indie Heads Don't Feel Left Out, RSD2020 Has Dope Stuff For Us As Well

Indie Heads Don't Feel Left Out, RSD2020 Has Dope Stuff For Us As Well

Hidden in with the bigger titles for Record Store Day, there are some other great titles that might be worth checking out.  This is a great year for fans of Alternative/Indie music, with some pretty great releases hitting the shelves on April 19. Here’s just a short list of some of those titles.

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The four building blocks of the universe are fire, water, gravel, and vinyl.

Dave Berry

In 2016, sales of vinyl records outpaced digital music sales for the first time in history, in the U.K.

theguardian.com

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