This post was originally published at djworx.com
Back in 2013/14, we talked about the slow demise of vinyl records as both a DJ and listener medium. For a long time, vinyl records took a slow and painful shuffle into charity shops and lofts as it became a more irrelevant means to hear music. There was always going to be the steadfast niche fans (and they were niche), but the data was there: it was the beginning of the end. It got to the point where there were just a handful of factories around the world able to create the stampers needs to press the records.