Tag: vinyl

New vintage-style R&B releases

Thanks to Thierry for digging out a couple of modern-day, vintage-style R&B releases that might well be up your street. The first is Nick Waterhouse & The Turn-Keys' 45 called Some Place, described as the 'Santa Ana Delta Sound' and 'a raw, rhythmic sound unique to Southern California and it's […]

New Richard Kent Style EP incoming

The Acid Jazz Rare Mod series of seven-inch EPs continues in the new year with rare recordings by 60s beat group The Richard Kent Style, going by the name of the In Style With EP. Housed in an authentic 60s sleeve are four mod-friendly tunes, Marching Off To War, Just […]

DMC My Generation record bag

I'm not personally sold on merchandise with targets on, but I know a number of you will be. So with that in mind, we present the DMC My Generation record bag. It's part of a similarly-styled range that also includes t-shirts and slipmats, but the bags are down as a […]

Rare Record Price Guide 2012

This sneaked out a couple of weeks back – the Record Collector Rare Record Price Guide 2012. It is pretty much what it claims to be – the 11th edition of the best-selling guide to record collecting. The new edition packs 1,440 pages and over 100,000 entries, covering pretty much […]

Crosley Revolution now in UK

Mystic Meg, Derren Brown, they've got nothing on us. Last month we said that the Crosley Revolution CR6002 portable record player was available in the US and that we expected Urban Outfitters to jump on it in the UK eventually. Well, it just has. It's a reworking of the Sound […]

The Who Live at Leeds boxset

Not everyone's favourite album by them, but if you are a fan of The Who, I'm guessing you will want the Live At Leeds 40th Anniversary Super-Deluxe Collectors Edition. Yes, as you might have worked out, this is a deluxe reissue for one of the most famous live albums of […]

Crosley Revolution record player

We said it was incoming back in January, but now you can actually buy the Crosley Revolution CR6002 portable record player. At least, you can in the US, with a UK launch on the horizon. Yes, it's a remake of the vinyl crate digger's tool of choice, the Sound Burger, […]

Super Size Two Tone artwork

Over on Retro To Go some months back we featured Super Size Art – large-sized artwork of classic singles. The original batch had a mix of eras and genres, but now it's been joined by Gangsters by The Special AKA on the Two Tone label. It's a replica of a […]