Three rare Prince albums are to be reissued on vinyl for the first time.
The soundtrack to Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas is to be released on vinyl for the first time.
The OST to Terry Gilliam's 1998 road film, which is based on the Hunter S. Thompson novel of the same name, will be released on wax for a 21st-anniversary edition on 23rd August.
Featured on the soundtrack are tracks from Jefferson Airplane, Bob Dylan, Buffalo Springfield and many more. See the tracklisting and artwork below.
Square Enix have announced the Final Fantasy VII and Final Fantasy VII soundtracks will be re-released on vinyl formats early next year.
The soundtracks for the 7th installment in the Final Fantasy series are both coming to double-vinyl picture discs, with a slated release date of 31st January 2020.
The two LP vinyl records will feature CG renders of Final Fantasy VII's main protagonist Cloud Strife, both in the original and remake character formats.
When DJ Mag catch up with Lester, she’s recovering from a “a double whammy of Celtic rowdiness”, with special thanks to Belfast and Inverness. She’s spent the last 12 or so months travelling and gigging extensively, a period she describes as both surreal and exciting.
It was during that residency, where she rubbed shoulders with B.Traits, George Fitzgerald, Hunnee and Skream, that she began to imagine the transition between just wanting to play music, and it becoming her career. “I’ve wanted this since I was, like, 13-years-old,” Lester explains, “I just didn’t think it was realistic - especially since there weren’t really many female role models in the early 2000s.”
Last track that blew your mind?
Last film you watched?
"I rarely watch films but the last things I watched were The Planets with Brian Cox and then some old ghost hunting series based in Northern Ireland"
Last DJ that blew your mind?
"Call Super at AVA Festival, probably because he ended on a load of hard dance records"
Catch Holly playing at IPSE in Berlin this weekend (13th July) alongside Session Victim, Rahaan and Secretsundaze.
The Independent Label Market (ILM) returns to London this Saturday, 13th July.
The first ILM took place in London in 2011 and has since hosted markets across Europe and the US, working with over 200 independent record labels.
The London ILM will take place at Coal's Drops Yard in Kings Cross from 11am until midnight, with the afterparties held at Spirit Land and SUPERMAX.
Nike have unveiled the latest trainer in the music-inspired collection.
The new Air Max 90 follows last month's reveal of a mixtape-inspired shoe, which came in 'Side A' and 'Side B' designs.
The vinyl-inspired trainers feature a black vinyl upper with an ice blue sole and red detailing, with specially designed miniature-vinyl Nike logos on each tongue.
A personal collection of UK No.1 singles will be sold at auction later this month.
Tim Claydon, who has spent 44 years building the archive, has 684 records in his mammoth collection, which includes rare 45s, 78s and collectable 12-inch singles.
The collection starts with the first UK No.1 single in 1952, 'Here in My Heart' by Al Martino, and ends in 1992 with Whitney Houston's 'I Will Always Love You'.
After almost a year in Tottenham, Kristina Records will soon return to Hackney in east London.
Kristina Records closed their Stoke Newington store last year, before moving temporarily to multi-purpose venue The Cause in Tottenham.
Announcing the news on Instagram yesterday, Kristina Records founder Jason Spinks said that the new store at Well Street near Hackney Central "will be up and running ASAP".
Beastie Boys are set to release 'Sabotage' on 3-inch vinyl next month.
The release, available 19th July, will celebrate the 25th anniversary of Beastie Boys' fourth studio album, 'Ill Communications'.
The mini-vinyl, which can be played on the 3-inch mini turnable from Crosley revealed earlier this year, comes with the original 7″ cover art and an 'Ill Communication' poster.