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Visual Artist Feature: Tessa Rose Jackson / Someone - VINYL MOON

Visual Artist Feature: Tessa Rose Jackson / Someone

  Volume 036 is a collection of music about bodies and minds that move in the world, and the mysterious art and iconography of Tessa Rose Jackson is a perfect match for it. Tessa, who creates art and music under the moniker Someone, was the mastermind behind the volume's phenakistoscopes. Phenak...
Visual Artist Update: August 2018 - VINYL MOON

Visual Artist Update: August 2018

Welcome to our new series, where we show off newer works from the visual artists who have contributed to past Vinyl Moon volumes. Enjoy the visual cornucopia, and be sure to support the artists by following them on social media (or even buying something from their online store)! Marcos Navarro V...
A Guide to Buying Used Records - VINYL MOON

A Guide to Buying Used Records

One of the joys of vinyl records is the thrill of the hunt. For vintage releases, early pressings, and people looking to grow their collection without breaking the bank, you have to shop pre-owned records. That means time spent searching through used bins or shopping online - both of which can le...
Visual Artist Feature: Jonas Fisch - VINYL MOON

Visual Artist Feature: Jonas Fisch

An explosion of sounds deserves an explosion of sights, and, after listening to our mix for Volume 035, Jonas Fisch gave us just that. His original piece, More Boom Than A Dynamite Store, is jam-packed with figures, colors, shapes, and meanings. Naturally, we needed to know more. Join us as we ...
Alumni LP Highlight: Fort Lean - "Quiet Day" - VINYL MOON

Alumni LP Highlight: Fort Lean - "Quiet Day"

No, Fort Lean is not a real place (though I did spend some time looking for it due to their mischievously misleading bandcamp bio). It's a platonic ideal, a state of mind, a utopia - but one where the shadows are a little bit darker and longer than they should be, where the edges are a little sha...
Visual Artist Feature: Toma Vagner - VINYL MOON

Visual Artist Feature: Toma Vagner

Nostalgia is an easy thing to ruin - laying it on too thick or appearing insincere is a guaranteed way of losing your audience. We knew we were walking a delicate line with the wistful Volume 034, so we went to someone who was no stranger to sentimentality. Journey back to your childhood as we l...