Long Live Vinyl Issue 31

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Long Live Vinyl Issue 31

It was The Beatles’ last stand and remains one of the greatest albums ever made. Issue 31 of Long Live Vinyl brings you the inside story of Abbey Road, including interviews with some of the key figures who were in the studio with the Fab Four back in 1969. You’ll also find an in-depth look at the making of the amazing new 50th Anniversary Deluxe Edition and an expert collector’s guide.

 

Elsewhere, our packed interviews section features chats with Ezra Furman, Metronomy, Hiss Golden Messenger and Fionn Regan about their new albums. We round up 40 Essential Southern Soul records you need to own, tell the story of the legendary Decca label on its 90th birthday and dig deep into the making of R.E.M.’s ninth album, Monster.

If that’s not enough, Long Live Vinyl has the most comprehensive range of album and hi-fi reviews anywhere on the newsstand, as we run the rule over new releases from Pixies, Bon Iver, Wilco, Blur and Liam Gallagher, as well as the awesome new AVID Ingenium P&P turntable. Long Live Vinyl is THE magazine for vinyl lovers. Pick up your copy today…

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Long Live Vinyl is the only magazine dedicated to all things vinyl. We care deeply about the format and share the passion of the crate diggers, record labels and shops that are the beating heart of the vinyl revival.

Each month, we bring our readers a curated mix of interviews with their favourite bands, alongside the best columnists, in-depth features and expert buying advice.

Our reviews section is the most comprehensive on the newsstand, giving readers dozens of recommendations on the latest new releases, reissues, boxsets and hi-fi gear.

We're also the publishers of the official Record Store Day guide, a free magazine packed with details of every one of the 500+ Record Store Day releases and distributed to each of the 250 participating independent record shops every year.

At Long Live Vinyl we care about all things vinyl, and so do our readers.