Bandbox vinyl is vinyl subscription service which has been around for a couple years now. In truth, if you’re a vinyl fan, you’ve a few of these to choose from now, but the people at Bandbox are good people, they’re indie and they’re doing it right.
Matt Earley is an industry veteran who has worn just out every hat one can wear, and Gotta Groove Records is a plant that is known for its gorgeous, stunning quality as well as their iron clad quality control.
Today, I’ve got the co-founder of Real Gone Music in the house. Gordon Anderson is an industry veteran who has worn just out every hat one can wear, and is someone who operates with true integrity within the increasingly murky waters of the music industry.
During Eric’s initial run as a YouTuber, he has put out dozens upon dozens of excellent videos ranging from retrospective albums reviews, to interviews to good old fashioned unboxing videos, which prove that he and Vinyl Rewind are here to stay.
With loads of records, endless musical knowledge and an actual brick and mortar store, you can expect Dylan’s channel to continue to grow for as long as he wants to keep at it. That’s right, you heard right, Dillon has his very own record store. After years in the vinyl game selling online and locally, Dillon finally opened Noble Records, which is named after his son.
On a personal level, it’s been a pleasure getting to know Dylan. Since the interview, we’ve been emailing back and forth talking interviews, vinyl, and most importantly — KISS. Also, Dylan has a passion for KISS soundboards and bootleg just as I do. It’s been cool nerding out on that.
Arnie Goodman is a music lifer. He’s basically done it all and then some. These days, he’s an accomplished photo-journalist, but if you go back, the music and record scene of NYC over the last 45 or so years has Arnie’s fingerprints all over it.
If you consider yourself a part of the Vinyl Community, then you probably watch vinyl related videos on YouTube. Now, if you’ve been watching those videos then you’ve probably had the pleasure of checking out Jarrett New’s Vinyl Eyezz channel.
There is something about the type of writer and journalist that has honed their craft in such a way that each letter of each word carries immense weight. In essence, their opinions matter. For me, Larry Jaffee is one of those writers. Larry’s body of work, his taste, his passion, and his ethics truly speak to me. Within the depths of his words resides a man with good taste and solid ethics.
Here is one for all of the Hip-Hop heads to enjoy. So, I’ve been a fan of the German based vinyl web shop, Vinyl Digital, for a long time now. They have long been a source for great indie Hip-Hop, and some of my most sought after Instrumental and Lo-Fi records have come directly from their shop.