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VJ Live #7 – FUNK (6 Degrees Of Betty Davis)

VJ Live is a weekly show (podcast soon), broadcast every Saturday at 1PM EST in our Facebook Community of 22,000+ Members. Vinyl news, reviews and stories. Weekly winners are chosen for vinyl prize giveaways, available exclusively to live viewers of our Vinyl Junkies Facebook Community. Tune in, participate and win. Vinyl Me, Please announced Betty […]

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VJ Live 6: VJ Live #6 – Essential Jazz, Moog, and A Dead Mouse

This week’s VJ Live broadcast was co-hosted by Anthrax, King Beast of The Record Cave.  While he proceeded to dismantle a helpless mouse throughout the show, here’s what happened. This Week’s New Arrivals/Reviews (in no particular order) Thelonious Monk With John Coltrane – Complete 1957 Riverside Recordings(Out June 9th in North America, June 30th Europe) […]

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David Bowie – My Top 100 Favorite Songs: 88

I recently witnessed the biggest David Bowie fan I know count down his top 100 favorite songs. These were private posts, meant solely for his Facebook family and friends. Something really cool happened over those 100 days. I’d like to share that countdown with you. Read along, embark upon Niall Colgan’s personal journey while he […]

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VMP May Newsletter/Member Store Picks

Our Vinyl Junkies Live broadcasts have proven to be quite popular! Awesome, glad you’re enjoying them. Most of it isn’t directly related to VMP so I’ve edited down the bits that do. I wouldn’t call these “reviews” per se; I just ramble on about music and share personal anecdotes. Hope you enjoy them.  Here’s a […]

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VMP March Teaser + Member Store Picks

NO MORE BLACK BOX!  What happened, VMP? That was the Vinyl Junkies’ Netflix red! Bold decision, moving away from the branding that proved so successful, but the reasoning behind it is solid.  Black boxes really like the sun but vinyl does not, and the environment doesn’t like the black ink that dyes the cardboard.  The […]