Tag Archives: records

The Tiny Record Shop set to pop-up tomorrow in Toronto’s West End

The Tiny Record Shop is packing its crates and popping-up in Toronto’s Parkdale Village for one day only.  Pop by Common Sort (1414 Queen Street West) tomorrow between 5:00PM-11:00PM to check out some vintage vinyl and take in a DJ set from PS I Love You’s Paul Saulnier as part of Vintage Crawl Toronto. Fingers crossed that The Tiny Record Shop opens up a Parkdale location if the response… Read more »

Independent Label Market launches at NXNE 2013

Independent label market logo

Independent Label Market will be holding its first market in Canada in cooperation with Paper Bag Records, NXNE and StageFright Publicity on Saturday June 15th, 2013 at the Ryerson University Campus Common. The market brings together a number of Canada’s finest independent labels to sell their product directly to the public. Culture Addicts loves any event that brings more music… Read more »

Attention all vinyl junkies…The Vinyl Local pop-up shop has your fix

The Vinyl Local poster

Are you a vinyl junkie like us? Are you hitting NXNE next week? Well, The Vinyl Local is definitely for you! The Vinyl Local is a full day vinyl pop-up shop taking place on Saturday, June 15  in Toronto where record enthusiasts and collectors can hunt for vinyl treasures supplied by local shops as well as private collectors. Here’s the… Read more »

Domestic Culture: Moving your vinyl collection

I must admit, I’m a major vinyl addict with a large record collection. Records are my favourite format to listen to music until I have to move my collection, which brings out the vinyl hate. I store my records in  enclosed cabinets and I didn’t have them in old school crates, so packing up my collection has been problematic. Here are a… Read more »

Weekly addiction: Hopefully you still love vinyl as much as us

Keep vinyl alive

The digital age is definitely here, and I am a big iTunes user to download my favourite new tracks. I also see the value in sliding a record out of its sleeve and popping it onto my turntable to give it a listen; nothing beats the rich sound of a fresh piece of vinyl. For those of you still interested… Read more »