FILM EVENT ~ 'The Vinyl Revival' + Q&A with Graham Jones
A film about how the tables are turning again...
Thursday, October 3rd, 2019 7.30pm
Venue: The Twickenham Club, 7 Church St. TW1 3NJ
Tickets £5 or FREE with a copy of the book 'The Vinyl Revival and the Shops That Made It Happen' (Graham Jones) [£14.95]
The Vinyl Revival explores the renaissance in all things vinyl. We hear from passionate new record shops owners as well the established die-hards still going and thriving. We speak with musicians and music industry pundits, experts on culture and music history. The ﬁlm discusses the importance of the record shop and vinyl as a whole. We answer the why’s of vinyl’s revival, the human need for belonging, the love of history, and the stories of how the humble little record shop has shaped so many lives.
“It’s a Lazarus moment” Phil Barton of Sister Ray and ERA
Contributors in the ﬁlm include: - Graham Jones (Proper music/Last Shop Standing author) - Nick Mason (Pink Floyd), Ade Utley (Portishead), The Orielles, Natalie Judge (Owner, World of Echo), Phil Barton (ERA/Sister Ray), Dr Jen Otter Bikerdike (Author ‘Why Vinyl Matters’), Megan Page (Record Store Day UK/ERA), CASSIA, Joel Gion, The Brian Jonestown Massacre
“The vinyl record is the equivalent of whether you have the tea bag or the Japanese tea ceremony, the tea ceremony is the right way to approach music .” Nick Mason - Pink Floyd