Spitalfields Vintage Record Fair


Today I was at the Record Fair – it’s good to know that people still buy . I have several friends who are always buying but they work in the music industry, so does that still count? Anyway, somehow it seems that people still want to buy and it’s nice to see the occasional artist still distributing their album on . The argument for print magazines is similar and there are still new magazines are being launched all the time even though many thought digital magazines would take over. I went to a magazine launch just yesterday for a new print magazine, . It’s nice to know and not just for nostalgia sake that there is still a desire for records and magazines.




I do love a good album cover, sometimes the art work can be very inspiring. So if you have a chance it’s worth a visit to the Record Fair on 1st and 3rd Friday of every month.






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