The music industry is always thinking about albums, right?
Over recent years, the answer to that question has become murkier, amidst a never-ending torrent of streaming data revolving around single tracks.
In 2018, BPI and ERA introduced National Album Day to serve as a reminder of the kind of magic only the long player can conjure. On October 12, it’s back with bells on, with an exhibition celebrating British music touring railway stations across the country, an auction of rare ...
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