In 2007, when musicians Nick DeVan and Dave Singleton started GED Soul Records in their living room, the goal was then (and still is now) to put out as much of their own brand of soulful music on vinyl as possible.
As part of his duties as official ambassador for this year's Record Store Day on Saturday, April 20th, Jack White and his label Third Man Records will open their very own Third Man Recording Booth in Nashville to the public.
A cultural haven in one of the most deprived areas in the UK, SOUND IT OUT documents a place that is thriving against the odds and the local community that keeps it alive.
Jay Millar, the Director of Marketing at United Record Pressing, the largest manufacturer of records in the U.S., shows NBC's Kate Snow how records are made.
The Black Keys [The Big Come Up] - Alive Records (ALIVE-0044)
If you’re not hooked by the time Dan Auerbach finger-picks his way into the whining guitar groove of opener Busted, then the delivery of his sandpaper vocal drawl – ably assisted by Patrick Carney’s whiplash drumming and "medium fidelity" production – will assure you that, in the US Midwest, they still keep their blues traditionally bottled. And therein lies the key to The Black Keys’ brilliance – the ability to make exciting new tunes sound raw and well-travelled, without falling into lame pastiche or parody. - Ross Bennett / Mojo - (Video by Tim Martin)