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Long Live Vinyl Magazine

(0 Customer Reviews)   |     Write Review 12 issues per year Long Live Vinyl is the brand new magazine dedicated to collecting, enjoying and loving vinyl. The format has seen a huge resurgence in recent years and Long Live Vinyl is the only monthly title that meets musicians, collectors and famous vinyl fans to discuss their passion for owning records. Long Live Vinyl is the perfect showcase for the best new and re-releases giving a broad canvas to highlight artwork and extras.

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Long Live Vinyl  |  Jul-18  


Issue 16 of Long Live Vinyl hits the shelves on what would have been Prince's 60th birthday.

Our cover story focuses on the astonishingly prolific decade between 1978-88, when the Purple One released 10 albums that shaped the future of pop. We also round up the 40 essential Prince releases on vinyl that your collection should not be without and profile the cover art that accompanied his remarkable catalogue.

Elsewhere this issue, we speak to The Smiths legend Johnny Marr about how he made his best solo album yet – Call The Comet – in his home city of Manchester, hear how Josh T Pearson raised the bar with his own latest record, and sit down for a chat with post-punk icons Wire. In our packed features section, we find out which record changed everything for former Suede guitarist Bernard Butler and meet famous 4AD artist in residence Vaughan Oliver to talk through his classic designs for the Pixies, The Breeders and Cocteau Twins.

Also this month, we turn the spotlight on a label that's become a Chicago institution with a mind-bogglingly diverse roster – Drag City, Mark Elliott travels to Belfast for his latest cratedigging adventure in The Trip, and we take an in-depth look at the making of Carole King's career highlight, Tapestry.

If all that's not enough, our packed reviews section rounds up new releases and reissues by The Rolling Stones, Black Sabbath, The Orb, Kamasi Washington, Let's Eat Grandma, Richard Hawley and many more, plus you'll find expert hardware buying and HIFI DIY advice, as well as turntable, speaker and accessory reviews.

Long Live Vinyl is THE magazine for vinyl lovers. Pick up your copy today!
Long Live Vinyl is a brand new magazine for vinyl collectors and enthusiasts from the makers of Classic Pop, Vintage Rock, Country Music, MusicTech and Guitar & Bass. The first issue has an incredible line up of features including a run down of the most valuable vinyl, a collecting guide to David Bowie and a feature on a Prince super-fan, Stephen Shipperlee. We also immerse ourselves in the extraordinary cover art of the legendary Roger Dean, an artist responsible for some of the most iconic album covers from the last four decades. We visit the home of electronica DJ and vinyl collector Steve Davis (who also happens to be a six-times word snooker champion) to discover more about his eclectic tastes and his new life as a festival DJ. Finally we have news and reviews of the latest vinyl music releases, turntables and accessories.
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Articles in this issue

Below is a selection of articles in Long Live Vinyl Jul-18.

Welcome… At the height of his phenomenal powers, a typical touring day for Prince would involve a four-hour soundcheck and a three-hour show, before he checked in to a local studio to ‘start work’. “He...
NOTHING COMPARES 2 PRINCE Prince’s estate releases original version of Nothing Compares 2 U found in the vault, and launches new, in-depth discography and pop-up shop websites for fans On the record Having recentl...
Simon says The magical music and the creative mechanics behind our columnist’s former band, Cocteau Twins, defy explanation – particularly by the band members themselves… SIMON RAYMONDE Looking back over ...
Vinyl Dublin Show Report Described in its pre-publicity as a ‘unique culture event’, Vinyl Dublin – an ambitious celebration of everyone’s favourite sound carrier – turned out be pretty much exactly that. Half summer ...
#14 In The Aeroplane Over The Sea The Story Behind The Sleeve Neutral Milk Hotel Having conceived the artwork for debut album On Avery Island himself, Neutral Milk Hotel’s Jeff Mangum called in a previous offer of help from R....
JENNY WILSON The Swedish singer-songwriter confronts horrific experiences through her music On The Radar Sam Willis Jenny Wilson is used to conjuring beautiful art from the dark moments in her life. A...
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Long Live Vinyl   |   Jul-18   


Issue 16 of Long Live Vinyl hits the shelves on what would have been Prince's 60th birthday.

Our cover story focuses on the astonishingly prolific decade between 1978-88, when the Purple One released 10 albums that shaped the future of pop. We also round up the 40 essential Prince releases on vinyl that your collection should not be without and profile the cover art that accompanied his remarkable catalogue.

Elsewhere this issue, we speak to The Smiths legend Johnny Marr about how he made his best solo album yet – Call The Comet – in his home city of Manchester, hear how Josh T Pearson raised the bar with his own latest record, and sit down for a chat with post-punk icons Wire. In our packed features section, we find out which record changed everything for former Suede guitarist Bernard Butler and meet famous 4AD artist in residence Vaughan Oliver to talk through his classic designs for the Pixies, The Breeders and Cocteau Twins.

Also this month, we turn the spotlight on a label that's become a Chicago institution with a mind-bogglingly diverse roster – Drag City, Mark Elliott travels to Belfast for his latest cratedigging adventure in The Trip, and we take an in-depth look at the making of Carole King's career highlight, Tapestry.

If all that's not enough, our packed reviews section rounds up new releases and reissues by The Rolling Stones, Black Sabbath, The Orb, Kamasi Washington, Let's Eat Grandma, Richard Hawley and many more, plus you'll find expert hardware buying and HIFI DIY advice, as well as turntable, speaker and accessory reviews.

Long Live Vinyl is THE magazine for vinyl lovers. Pick up your copy today!
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  A discount off the RRP of your magazine
  Your magazine delivered to your door each month
  You'll never miss an issue
  You’re protected from price rises that may happen later in the year
  Money-back guarantee

You'll receive 12 issues during a 1 year Long Live Vinyl magazine print subscription.
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