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Charting the Manchester label's 15 years, and ongoing legacy... 

Factory Records is celebrating its 40th anniversary with an exhibition and two huge vinyl compilations. 

The seminal Manchester label— which gave us bands like Joy...

The Haçienda, Factory Records, more memorabilia featured at new British pop culture exhibition

Legendary Manchester nightclub the Haçienda, as well as the city's Factory Records label, are set to form part of the focus of a new British...

A Hat-Trick!: Three is the magic number for Juno

For the third successive year DJmag readers have voted Juno Records as their favourite place to shop for vinyl, CDs and digital downloads.

"It's fantastic...

From the label of the same name, stock focuses on house, disco, avant-garde, minimalism, and punk 

A new record store, Ergot Records, has opened in Manhattan's East Village, New York, run by the label of the same name. 

The shop is...

The shop, simply known as The Store, is situated in the venue's cafe

Brooklyn hi-fi bar Public Records has opened an in-house record shop.

Known simply as The Store, the shop is based in the cafe area of...

The Hackney shop is giving away ten free records every Friday this month.

Hackney record shop Vinyl Pimp is clearing out its bargain bins by offering customers 10 free records during November.

In a post on Facebook, the...

New Korg M3 Workstation

A step on from the legendary Korg M1 workstation - famed for its revered house anthem piano sound in the late '80s - the new...

House label announces London launch with Jonny Cruz

Faceless Recordings, Climbers' upstart label launching this month with 'Left Your Love', is to be accompanied by a regular club night at London's Rhythm...

After 32 years the shop, bar, and events space on Slater Street will not reopen due to disagreements with the landlord 

Treasured Liverpool record store 3b Records is to close at its current location, bringing its 32-year legacy on Slater Street to an end.

According to...

Check out control vinyl being made!

In a revealing blog post, DVS heavyweights Serato have published a collection of photos from their pressing factory!

This is where they make the...

Available as VST, AU, and AAX

Eventide have been one of the biggest players in studio hardware for decades. Their gear can be heard on nearly every major record known to man — they make serious products. It was hard not to get excited about the release of a plug-in version of one of their hardware multi effects units.

With Alex Nagshineh

Faceless Recordings is going from strength to strength. Its recent release from Bambook, complete with remix from label boss and Jonny Cruz as disCerN, further...

Holding court with one of the UK’s most innovative electronic duos...

“Everything around you is so cluttered. If you go online and look at social media, it’s this big bombardment of stuff. I really wanted to...

1,500 jobs have been saved by the deal... 

HMV has been bought by Canadian record store chain Sunrise Records, it was confirmed today.

The rescue ends over a month of uncertainty, and...

London post-industrial trio set for debut album

After releases on indie label Blast First and JD Twitch and JG Wilkes's Optimo label, the trio have signed to hip NYC label DFA for their eponymous debut album.