Cyber Monday promises to drum up big dollars by attracting music fans with deep discounts on popular releases and music products ranging from t-shirts to headphones.
You can now buy records at Whole Food locations in Los Angeles, West Hollywood, Pasadena, Santa Barbara and Venice, along with “locally sourced” reclaimed wood headphones.
A day after Jay-Z revealed during an impromptu Twitter chat that his song “Open Letter” would appear on the vinyl edition of MCHG, put out by Jack White’s Third Man Records, the label confirmed that they are in fact releasing the record.
While music fans continue to buy physical copies of their favorite releases, those CDs and vinyl LPs are often ripped into digital MP3s for convenience’s sake. Earlier this year, Amazon launched a service called AutoRip, […]
2012 was a very good year for rock Renaissance man Jack White. His first proper solo album, Blunderbuss, earned the guitar hero and former White Stripes frontman a fistful of high-profile GRAMMY nominations, including the […]
Earlier this year, the Red Hot Chili Peppers announced that 18 songs from the recording sessions for the I’m With You album would see release through a series of 7-inch vinyl singles also be available […]
Parties are full of pointless parting favors, but Third Man Records‘ third anniversary is the first pointless party favor that a plethora of vinyl nerds are jealous they don’t have their hands on. Jack White‘s […]