Sainsbury's: Vinyl is for everyone

Murray Stassen

Sainsbury’s head of music and books Pete Selby has told Music Week that vinyl should not be seen as an “elitist” format, as the supermarket became the latest High Street store to stock LPs.

“It’s not that long ago that High S treet generalists – Boots, Woolworths and WH Smith – were responsible for a huge part of the vinyl market,“ said Selby. “The format never used to be elitist and we don’t believe, given the emotional attachment it still ...

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