National Vinyl Record Day is also known as a Gramophone record. It is an analog sound storage medium in the form of a flat polyvinyl chloride disc with an inscribed, modulated spiral groove. The groove usually starts near the periphery and ends near the center of the disc.
“My introduction to all this great music and to ‘the music business’ came from hanging around, and eventually, working at independent record stores. Nothing beats browsing in your favorite store, listening to music, finding something new or old that you’ve been searching for, all that. And without these stores, there’s just no way Wilco would still be around.” – Jeff Tweedy
History of National Vinyl Record Day
National Vinyl Record Day was created by the Vinyl Record Day Company, a not-for-profit organization dedicated to realizing the preserved vinyl music, its culture, Sound, and art. Whilst you could sift off some old vinyl records and also may be surprised to find many modern artists producing music in vinyl format to present a richer and more immersive experience.
Other Celebrations on August 12
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How to Celebrate National Vinyl Record Day
If you know how to play the Vinyl Record you can play Vinyl and record the music in honour of National Vinyl Record Day. Or you can hear some Vinyl music, and you can use hashtag #NationalVinylRecordDay to post on social media.