Record Shopping At Dynamic Sounds (Kingston, Jamaica)

Babylon Falling takes visitors inside the vinyl vaults of Kingston’s Dynamic Sounds Studio. The quick video gives an idea of the massive musical history that’s contained within the 45’s that line the archive’s many shelves.

Beat Swap Meet – December 2010 (Los Angeles)


Previous Beat Swap Meets have clearly been the place to be for anyone involved in the hip-hop arts. Vinyl dealers, performances, b-boys, clothing, and an all around good time. Head over if your in the area.

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“Whatever Happened To Yesterday” Mix By Soulman

Record collector extraordinaire Soulman delivers yet another unreleased mix to please crate diggers. The mix, which uses music from Hotwax / Invicticus labels, definitely delivers satisfaction. As a bonus, Soulman promises a special prize to anyone capable of naming all of the records used in the mix!

DJ Spinderella Digging For 45 Singles

DJ Spinderella of Salt N Pepa heads over to Amoeba records to spend time in the crates during her return to collecting 45’s. While reviewing her stack of selections Spinderella pulls out such classics as The Knack, Run DMC, Candi Staton, Ashford & Simpson, Cameo, Rick James, Sly & The Family Stone, and more.

I’m Dat Digga Vinyl Exchange Event (Orlando)

In an effort to foster vinyl appreciation Post Renaissance presents the quarterly vinyl exchange event entitled I’m Dat Digga, which will take place at Orlando’s Park Ave CD’s on Sunday, October 3rd. Pack up your crates and plan to head over. According to its organizers this unique vinyl event will free dealer tables and food … Read more

Sleeveface Dance (Record Store Humor)

Digging for vinyl can make people a little crazy. Rannel Theature Company shows how crazy can get after spending too much time working in a record store.

The Vinyl Factory: Music Is Art

The Vinyl Factory, current owners of EMI’s Type 1400 press, delivers another video tour of its Hayes, Middlesex production facilities. Sound is physical and we crystalize it into the most beautiful objects on the planet.

TOYO KASEI Vinyl Factory Tour

Japanese vinyl maker Toyo Kasei opens its doors to show how a smaller plant operates. Unlike the mass automated plants that viewers have become accustomed to seeing, at Toyo Kasei each record is individually pressed, trimmed, and labled by an technician.