For as long as I can remember, I’ve gone to Looney Tunes Records & CDs. Rarely a week goes by where I don’t pop in to see what new arrivals they have, or at the very least, to chat with John Sadowski.
In the early part of this past decade, the general music-listening public started to rediscover its love affair with vinyl. It became clear there was a need in the market for an affordable, quality, and easy-to-use turntable. That is where U-Turn came in.
Welcome to the seventh article of the A Guide to KISS Bootlegs series! This article will be focusing on the tour KISS did in support of the album Love Gun. Enough of the chit-chat, let’s dig right in! Or as Paul Stanley would say, “No place for hiding baby, no place to run, you pull the trigger of my LOVE GUN!”
Cityman Productions is a Vaporwave focused label out of Finland, run by Tony Vesalainen. For my money, they’re one of the best in the game and only getting stronger; perhaps after this interview, you’ll agree too.
Welcome to the sixth article of the A Guide to KISS Bootlegs series! This article will be focusing on the tour KISS did in support of the album Rock and Roll Over.
Mike has been in the Ska and Punk game for a long time, and over the years, he has been one of the leading voices in combatting racism and sexism in not only the music business but throughout the world in general.
Terry Cole is the founder and owner of both Colemine Records (the label) and Plaid Room Records (the record shop), and if you haven’t had the pleasure of laying one of Colemine’s sweet slab across your turntable, then you are missing out.
There are three types of drive mechanisms that are standard in the industry. (There are also plenty of specialized systems out there for the niche market). The most common are: Idler (sometimes also referred to as a rim drive), belt drive and direct drive.
If you head over to AnalogPlanet’s YouTube channel, that quote is what you will be greeted with? Is it true? Probably. At least to a certain degree. If anyone has the answers, or has a good shot at cracking the code, it’s AnalogPlanet’s Michael Fremer.
Record Store Day is an interesting topic. Some love it and some choose to pass. Regardless of where you fall on the spectrum, it is undeniable that the vinyl resurgence and the emergence of Record Store Day walk hand-in-hand.