'They've got to maintain the quality': The next wave of the vinyl revival

James Hanley

The vinyl revival is one of the music industry good news stories of the past decade. But it was never going to last, right?

Well, overlooking one or two bumps in the road, the signs are that, actually, it just might.

As you’ll read elsewhere in this issue, sales have rocketed since the format bottomed out with 205,000 copies sold in 2007. Sales were up 5% in Q1 2019, rebounding from a 5.5% slump in the previous quarter (having risen ...

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