The Vinyl Revival Just Keeps On Growing!
This is just a tiny percentage of overall recording sales, for now. Here's the latest 2013 sales projection for the US, based on half-year sales stats just compiled by Nielsen Soundscan.
Mos Generator Release In Concert Live Vinyl on Lay Bare Recordings
in the country of india, people seek out vinyl in the street markets!
Vintage records - Yaseen Music Centre in old Delhi's Meena Bazaar is home to one of the most sought-after music collections in the city
Freddie Mercury -Michael Jackson duets to be released
from our friends at vinylcollective.com
This Weeks Top Albums – July 29, 2013
Here is the list of the top 10 albums sold at Shop Radio Cast from July 23 – July 29, 2013:
1. Weezer – Weezer (The Green Album Limited Edition) LP
2. Off! – Live at the 9:30 Club LP
3. Streetlight Manifesto – Everything Goes Numb 2XLP
4. Catch 22 – Keasbey Nights LP
5. Streetlight Manifesto – Keasbey Nights LP
6. Against Me – True Trans 7″
7. The Dangerous Summer – Golden Record LP
8. At The Drive-In – Relationship of Command (Reissue) 2XLP
9. Weezer – Pinkerton (Limited Edition) LP
10. Faith No More – Angel Dust (IMPORT) 2XLP
Faith No More “Album Of The Year” Vinyl Pressing
Looks like Faith No More’s “Album Of The Year” Is finally getting a vinyl reissue however only in small quantities. Music On Vinyl are releasing this for an August 27th release date, making this an import.
Pre-Order at ShopRadioCast
Our Modern Classics Records imprint, in association with Medical Records, is marking the 20th anniversary of a unique record – Seefeel’s Quique. The London quartet’s debut album (pronounced ‘keek’) is a dreamy confluence of dub, abstract electronic music and minimalist composition techniques, and remains a touchstone record in the ambient and shoegaze movements.
Quique first oscillated into the world in July 1993 via UK label Too Pure, joining the dots between Cocteau Twins, My Bloody Valentine and Aphex Twin. Its most striking quality was its sheer sense of invention – and the fact it was instrumental except for wordless vocals from singer/guitarist Sarah Peacock, lying low in the mix and treated as another instrument.
The band emerged in London in 1992, releasing an EP, More Like Space, and finding a kindred spirit in fast-rising electronica star Aphex Twin. Before long, they were carving out an entirely new sound. “There was a sharp shift to wanting to do something definitive, because this is what I began to respect in others — a sense of striking out, of urgency,” says guitarist Mark Clifford in the extensive liner notes by Dave Segal accompanying this reissue. Being a debut album, it’s one that finds invention in economy. Quique’s unusual sound was not the result of an extravagant setup or a loaded, state-of-the-art studio, even if the guitars and vocals especially existed in a universe apart from everything else happening at the time. It was instead recorded in an attic studio in Camden, north London.
Seefeel left Too Pure for the more electronically-oriented Warp Records after Quique, and with the move assumed a more severe electronic approach. For its invention, its unique sound and the brevity with which its creators pursued it, Quique represents a prized moment for fans of electronica. The album is notable not just for the artists and records that trailed in its wake, but for the effect it has on listeners too. Clifford once noted, “_Quique_ was used with autistic children – I have letters from people [in Liverpool] saying they’ve used it therapeutically with children… And I’ve had letters from people who’ve given birth to Quique.”
“We were not afraid of any possibilities,” says Seefeel bassist Daren Seymour in the liner notes. “And in fact, we enjoyed challenging the status quo as we saw it.”
Reissued on double vinyl in an expanded gatefold sleeve, now is the time to revisit this immersive record – or get lost in it for the first time.
• First time vinyl reissue
• Double-LP release housed in expanded gatefold tip-on jacket
• Liner notes by Dave Segal interviewing original band members
• 1,000 random copies pressed on blue wax
Available August 27, 2013
Acceptance - Phantoms
This is the first time Acceptance's Phantoms has ever been pressed on vinyl. The 2005 release has forged a legacy of its own, still highly regarded as one of the best pop-rock albums ever made. We worked with Sony to finally get this on wax, and we're honored to have it as our first release!
The official "street date" is August 6. However, we already have the records in stock, as you can see in the photos! Records will begin shipping over the weekend of July 26-28.
200 - Half Clear / Half Royal Blue
300 - Dark Blue w/ White & Grey Marble
500 - Royal Blue