Breathing new life into the platters that matter

24th November, 2019
Breathing new life into the platters that matter
Donagh Molloy and Hugh Scully of Dublin Vinyl. Picture: Simon Burch

Global vinyl sales are at their highest level in 30 years, and are continuing to grow year on year as a whole new generation discover the unique experience of physical records. In 2014, vinyl record sales in Ireland were estimated to be worth just €500,000, but this year they are estimated to reach €5 million.

Dublin Vinyl is a record manufacturing, sales and distribution company working with international record labels and directly with artists to service the...

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