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The Plural Of Vinyl

Joel De'ath, Gareth James

The Plural Of Vinyl is a weekly podcast about records. Each Friday, Gareth and Joel give you all you need to know about new titles and quality reissues in the racks, big moments in the second-hand market and the state of the nation’s shops. more

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For this week’s episode of the Plural Pod, Gareth and Joel wonder just how much any record can possibly be worth. There are reviews of fresh pressings from Camera Obscura, Holland-Dozier-Holland and Kamasi Washington. We dig into the world of second ... more

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6 days ago

For this week’s episode of the Plural Pod, Gareth and Joel consider how and why we end up with multiple copies of the same album. There are reviews of fresh pressings from Kathryn Williams & Withered Hand, Portishead and the Pet Shop Boys. We dig int... more

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13 days ago

For the first episode of the Plural Pod, Gareth and Joel begin by reflecting upon this year’s Record Store Day. There are reviews of fresh pressings from A Certain Ratio, Bobby Hutcherson and Taylor Swift. We dig into the world of second hand records... more

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21 days ago

Gareth and Joel are putting the finishing touches to their new podcast but it needs a name. Subscribe now to get the first full episode in your feed next Friday. more

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a month ago

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