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Mobineko’s new service promises to deliver press runs of 25-100 copies within four weeks

Taiwanese vinyl pressing plant Mobineko is launching a new express service for limited runs of 25-100 records. 


The Mobineko Express service promises to deliver pressings...

vinyl

Manufacturing delays and other issues continue to put a strain on small and independent labels. Taiwanese press plant Mobineko has unveiled a new pressing machine specifically for short runs, aiming to reduce the global bottleneck for vinyl production. Declan McGlynn speaks to Josh Doherty about the problems facing vinyl today, how the new machine works and what impact it could have on the future of vinyl

On the surface, the good news keeps coming for vinyl. Every year, new numbers are released showing the format’s strength and resilience continues. In fact...

ILM

London’s Independent Label Market is set to make its return this summer.


Taking place at Coal Drops Yard in King’s Cross on Saturday 16th July...

Matter of Fact

A new vinyl pressing plant aimed at grassroots music and indie labels has opened in northeast Germany.


The founders of Matter of Fact, which...

Over 19 million vinyl records sold in the US so far in 2022

More than 19.4 million vinyl records have been sold in the US so far this year, according to a new report.


The data from Luminate...

The new company will focus on independent artists and labels, small-run releases, and musicians local to the plant

A new pressing plant geared towards grassroots music, Press On Vinyl, is set to open in Middlesbrough in the coming months. 

The company -...

Vinyl

A new vinyl pressing plant is set to open in southern California.


Californian reissue label Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab (MoFi), which is owned by online...

We explore the implications of the fire at Apollo Masters and ask, 'What's the future of vinyl production?'

On Thursday 6th February, a devastating fire burned the Apollo Masters factory in California to the ground. Luckily, none of the staff were harmed in...