Records are popular again. So why are people turning to their turntables for music these days? The documentary Vinyl Nation answers that question while looking at the history of records.
Business Insider reports that vinyl records are outselling CDs for the first time since the 1980s. In the first half of the year, U.S. record sales totaled $232.1 million. So why are people turning to their turntables for music? The documentary Vinyl Nation explores that question. The film looks at the history of records and current culture of vinyl buyers. Directors Kevin Smokler and Christopher Boone traveled to record stores around the country, toured record factories and interviewed vinyl fans from many backgrounds.
Vinyl Nation is streaming now until November 30. Half of proceeds from streaming sales go to the record stores of your choice. Visit their website to learn more.