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United Records, a review

By on May 22, 2015 in Articles with 0 Comments
United Records, a review

United Records (Nashville, TN) What is the minimum quantity of vinyl pressings that may be ordered through Gottagroove Records? 300 What should one expect in turnaround time? This is something we adjust based on orders in queue.  It’s currently 8 to 16 weeks but should go down when our second facility opens in the next […]

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Gotta Groove Records, a review

By on May 20, 2015 in Articles with 0 Comments
Gotta Groove Records, a review

Gotta Groove Records (Cleveland, OH)   What is the minimum quantity of vinyl pressings that may be ordered through Gottagroove Records? 100 Records What should one expect in turnaround time? This can vary dramatically, so best to go by this webpage (which is always updated):  http://gottagrooverecords.com/release-date-planning/ What type of payments do you accept/expect, and do […]

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Groovehouse (Record Pressing), a review

By on May 19, 2015 in Articles with 0 Comments
Groovehouse (Record Pressing), a review

Groovehouse Records (Woodland Hills, CA)   What is the minimum quantity of vinyl pressings that may be ordered through Gottagroove Records? 300 units What should one expect in turnaround time? 3 months What type of payments do you accept/expect, and do you have any sort of payment plans?  Cash, check or credit card. No payment […]

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Vinyl Record Pressing: What are your options?

By on May 18, 2015 in Articles with 0 Comments
Vinyl Record Pressing: What are your options?

Vinyl Record Pressing: What are your options? Without knowing people in the industry, or who have had experience doing such- it’s easy to feel overwhelmed when you’re looking to get started on pressing your bands new album to vinyl.  We’ve done the research and have compiled a list that includes some factors to look for […]

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Vinyl: 5 Awesome & Interesting Facts

By on May 8, 2015 in Articles with 0 Comments
Vinyl: 5 Awesome & Interesting Facts

Vinyl recordings have been around longer than you think- they have been traced back to the early 19th century in France, as well as to a man named Emile Berliner * (D.O.B. May, 20, 18510). Emile invented the flat disc record in 1888, produced from vulcanized rubber between 12.5cm-18cm thick.  As time progressed, the format […]

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Evolution of Music in the USA

By on May 7, 2015 in Articles with 0 Comments
Evolution of Music in the USA

This is an absolutely fascinating article, about the evolution of music from 1960-2010 in the United States.  We encourage you to spend a little time checking out the link, and reading the rest of the article. An exert below: “Evolution of musical styles in the Billboard Hot 100. The evolution of 13 styles, defined by […]

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Ten great record stores you don’t know yet

By on May 6, 2015 in Articles with 0 Comments
Ten great record stores you don’t know yet

We all know the great record stores in the country, and shop at them regularly.  Amoeba in California, Waterloo in Austin, Reckless in Chicago…  But what about the lesser known, the locations that have a following of loyal and reliable fans?  We’ve gathered some places that you may not have been to yet- but should […]

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The great debate: Vinyl vs CD

By on May 5, 2015 in Articles with 0 Comments

This is a great video we found that lets you hear the difference.  Check it out!

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Lena Fayre debut LP on wax

By on February 23, 2015 in Record Reviews
Lena Fayre debut LP on wax

After experiencing her first full length album, it’s obvious that Lena Fayre listens to a lot of modern radio and experiences a lot of sadness.  Put these two influences together and you have the main ingredients for the album “OKO.”  Starting off with a blatantly poppy, radio friendly electro sound, Lena then moves into more […]

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Review of Vinyl Subscription Services

By on February 23, 2015 in Articles
Review of Vinyl Subscription Services

Facing extinction like its cousin, the 8-track, the vinyl record has been saved from utter decimation due to the hard work and diligence of conservationists, enthusiasts and revivalists.  And recent surveys say people are getting into the whole vinyl idea more and more.  As they should.  Vinyl is the best way to experience un-live music. […]

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