SuperM are objectively a big deal. The seven-man ensemble brings together members of several prominent K-pop groups: EXO’s Baekhyun and Kai, NCT 127’s Taeyong and Mark, WayV’s Lucas and Ten, and SHINee’s Taemin. That makes them a supergroup, and they flexed their commercial superpowers this week by landing their debut EP SuperM: The 1st Mini … More »
Move over, Post Malone: Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are here to break some streaming records. Within hours of the ceremony, which is taking place in Windsor at St George’s Chapel tomorrow, a recording of the entire thing from Decca will be up on streaming services like Spotify and Apple Music, with a vinyl … More »
The American obsession with British Royalty has always confused me a bit. While I have no idea what is so captivating about the Queen and her children, I saw a piece of news today involving the royals that caught my attention. It is no secret that Prince Harry is engaged to his soon-to-be wife, Meagen
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Vinyl’s hot right now, and though the resurgence does, in fact, allude to a long-term shift in the record market, apparently, it also alludes to significant market expansion — royal nuptials.
That’s right folks, we’re talking the union of strangers. Coming to a record player near you is the upcoming union of Prince Harry and Meagan Markle. The royal wedding will officially be dropping on vinyl courtesy of the record label Decca. That’s right, hipsters, the royal wedding will be coming to you live on your living room record player.
Though Harry and Markle’s wedding isn’t the first royal occasion to be given the vinyl treatment, as the Queen’s coronation and royal weddings before have too been commemorated with their own pressings, this occasion is an exciting deliverance for those who nevertheless receive happiness from the union of absolute strangers.
If that doesn’t excite you enough, perhaps you’d like to know that the ceremony will feature a dazzling array of performances from the renowned cellist Sheku Kanneh Mason, soprano Elin Manahan Thomas, the St George’s Chapel choir, and gospel group the Kingdom Choir. Here’s to the absolute joy of the vinyl resurgence, may it reign on, and welcome more randomness forevermore.