Music Lovers Series: Anthony Montalbano

In many online music groups, certain topics are immediately banned or considered taboo, such as discussing equipment, critiquing Record Store Day, supporting big box stores versus indie shops, and even choosing streaming services over physical media. This interview series serves to peel back those restrictions and instead offers a welcoming platform to hear each individual perspective.

“I Don’t Feel Well,” by Pluralone is a Hopeful, Melodic Experience

“I Don’t Feel Well” is an emotional glimpse and response to the dumpster fire that was 2020 in each note, producing an album that is nothing short of evoking and beautiful. Josh Klinghoffer aka Pluralone really shines on this album.

Yoga for the Ears: “GEA” by Mia Doi Todd is a Spin Your Soul Didn’t Even Know it Needed

Some artists harness the ability to instantly tap into that part of their listener’s soul that allows them to deeply connect with each note, and “GEA” by Mia Doi Todd did just that for me.

Music Lovers Series: Andrew Earle

This interview series serves to peel back those restrictions and instead offers a welcoming platform to hear each individual perspective, as the thoughts and perspectives of the consumers of music should always have a seat at the table. It’s my pleasure to introduce you today to one of our columnists, Andrew Earle.

Interviews Index: -Designers-

Andrew Daly is proud to present his Vinyl Writer Interview series, in which he “sits down” with artists of all genres and key individuals in the music industry to discuss their careers and passion for music. Dig in!

Music Lover Series Archives

The Vinyl Writer Music team is dedicated to promoting positivity and community. In this series, columnist Angela Daly interviews members of our collective Facebook communities to discover what music means to them, and to have an open conversation on topics such as artist streaming revenues, Record Store Day, indie shops versus big box stores, and more.

Interviews Index: -Blues-

Andrew Daly is proud to present his Vinyl Writer Interview series, in which he “sits down” with artists of all genres and key individuals in the music industry to discuss their careers and passion for music. Dig in!

Notes of Nightingale Archives

Please enjoy our full archives of Notes of Nightingale, in which Angela Daly reviews various albums after giving them a first spin.

Women Who Love Vinyl Archives

Women are a niche minority in music, and especially in vinyl. Women Who Love Vinyl is a column dedicated to discussing the female experience in vinyl through the eyes of a woman living with 4,600 vinyl albums, slowly coming to terms with her identity as a vinyl addict.

Remembering Reed Mullin of Corrosion of Conformity

You’ll often hear people say that an album can serve as a soundtrack for a particular period in their lives. “America’s Volume Dealer” by Corrosion of Conformity is one of those for me. The story of how I discovered this legendary album is just as meaningful as the album itself.

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