With Record Store Day nearly upon us, it seems as though virtually everyone have shared their thoughts on the annual event.
Hailing from Kansas City, Mo., singer-songwriter Mat Shoare is celebrating the impending release of his new record, Right as Rain, on May 5.
Based in South Korea, Language of Shapes are gearing up for the release of their latest EP, ThunderKryst, next week, April 21.
Judy Mills, owner and operator of Kansas City's Mills Record Company, explains why Record Store Day should never be abolished.
It might be hard to believe, but few cities rival the musical output of Minneapolis.
Over the course of six years and three albums as the Soft Moon, Luis Vasquez has created a universe of dreary and driving darkwave-infused post-punk.
Every year it seems to get cooler and cooler to hate Record Store Day.
Based in San Francisco, 19-year-old Matt Jaffe was first discovered by Talking Heads' Jerry Harrison at an open mic night.
Nearly 30 years after its initial release, Dualtone Records reissued Cuba, the groundbreaking record from alt-country pioneers the Silos, earlier this year.