We're giving away a rare INXS ‘Need You Tonight’ 7" vinyl, plus the newly released ‘A Musical Journey with Michael Hutchence’ soundtrack and ‘Dekadance’ on vinyl.
The Beach Boys announce new collection 'Sunshine Tomorrow' featuring a stereo mix of 'Wild Honey', their shelved “live” album, Lei’d in Hawaii & rarities.
Interpol's Our Love to Admire is getting expanded-reissues including a two-LP vinyl set, a double LP with bonus DVD, and a CD/DVD set on 18 August 2017.
This year is shaping up to be the summer of Seger. Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band announced their 2017 Runaway Train Tour and vinyl reissues.
The three solo albums of Iggy Pop's pioneering catalogue, 'The Idiot', 'Lust For Life' and 'TV Eye Live' are getting reissued on coloured vinyl.
New York Dolls’ landmark first two albums are receiving limited-edition coloured-vinyl reissues, exclusively through uDiscover, on 5 May.
Elliott Smith’s major label masterpieces 'XO' and 'Figure 8' are getting reissued on vinyl for 7 April 2017 along with limited edition coloured versions.
As we anxiously count down the days until 22 April, check out some of the exclusive Record Store Day releases that have been announced for 2017.
25 years after New Miserable Experience became a mainstay on MTV, the Gin Blossoms' multi-platinum album is being reissued on limited edition colour vinyl.
The Killers' explosive debut album, Hot Fuss, is being reissued as a single vinyl LP on January 13, and a limited white vinyl LP edition.
Two vinyl box sets from Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers are set for release
Win a Space-Age White Turntable And Holographic ‘Star Wars’ Vinyl
Jukebox manufacturers Sound Leisure have revealed the first commercially available vinyl-playing jukebox in 20 years, available in the summer.
HMV have announced that, in the closing weeks of 2015, they sold one record deck every minute, making turntables "the gift of the year".
A huge reissue campaign of some classic B.B.King albums is coming your way soon…
Watch the first trailer for HBO’s series set in the '70s New York music scene, ‘Vinyl,’ directed by Martin Scorsese and produced by him and Mick Jagger.