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Sony to start pressing vinyl records again for first time in three decades

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New pressing plant set to open in Japan.

Sony Music will resume pressing vinyl records for the first time in almost thirty years, when it opens a new plant in Japan’s Shizuoka Prefecture in March 2018.

Picking up where it left off in 1989, when Sony ceased in-house domestic vinyl production to focus on CDs, the pressing plant follows news earlier this year that Sony Music has installed a cutting lathe in its Tokyo Keep Reading

Lost recordings from pre-revolution Iran collected on vinyl for the first time

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A gorgeous, eerily evocative soundtrack rescued from tape.

A collection of lost recordings by Morteza Hannaneh, co-founder of the Tehran Symphony Orchestra, have been rescued from their original tapes and released on vinyl for the first time.

While very little is known about the album, Tschashm-e-Del is thought to have been recorded in pre-revolution Iran in the ’60s to be played on Radio Tehran, and remains an eerily evocative document of a bygone era.

Essential for fans of library music, soundtracks Keep Reading

The Smiths reissue two single versions of ‘The Queen Is Dead’ on vinyl

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It’s available in 12 inch and 14 inch.

The Smiths have released two vinyl reissues of seminal track The Queen Is Dead Keep Reading

The Velvet Underground and Nico gets 50th anniversary reissue on bubblegum pink vinyl

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One of the best albums ever made.

The Velvet Underground and Nico
is to be reissued on bubblegum pink vinyl to mark 50 years since the game-changing album’s original release.

Limited to just 1000 copies, the edition features Andy Warhol’s unmistakable “banana cover” with peelable banana sticker and reproduces both the gatefold format and “torso” photo of the original, where Lou Reed’s face was superimposed over the torso Keep Reading

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