Wollongong's Music Farmers and Crate Diggers Collective agree on record revival

By Desirée Savage
March 1 2016 - 12:30pm
TURN-STYLING: Music Farmers co-owner Jeb Taylor says the demand for new release and vintage records has surged in the last couple of years, "even five years ago records were still a very indie pop niche". Picture: Adam McLean
TURN-STYLING: Music Farmers co-owner Jeb Taylor says the demand for new release and vintage records has surged in the last couple of years, "even five years ago records were still a very indie pop niche". Picture: Adam McLean

While cassettes have faded to a distant memory and compact discs aren’t too far behind, records have remained a constant and even experiencing a revival.

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