The Wall Street Journal has reported that sales of vinyl records, which skyrocketed back in recent years, has finally slowed down.
The WSJ points to low quality of some vinyl pressings using digital files vs. higher quality analog tapes as the main culprit.
We personally believe that’s part of the problem, but it’s really just a niche trend, in our opinion. It could only go so far in this new era.
We really do love vinyl, but the WSJ failed to mention that the majority of vinyl records people buy are never even played – they’re kept on shelves as artifacts.