Meet Portia Sabin, she's a busy lady as president of the independent record label Kill Rock Stars and host of the music business podcast 'The Future of What'. Kill Rock Stars (KRS) has a great inclusive mission to: "...put out exceptional records by important artists, and our tradition of being queer-positive, feminist, and artist-friendly..." They are one… Continue reading Portia Sabin | Label President, Kill Rock Stars + Podcast ‘The Future of What’
Today we're taking a look behind the curtain at an online shop that I've personally bought countless records from over the years, All That is Heavy. Recently Casey and Taylor Kelch took over ownership and have been giving some new life to the store that's based in Texas and founded in 1997. It's the first online… Continue reading Taylor Kelch | Co-Owner All That is Heavy
Meet Desuana (pronounced: DUH-SHAW-NA clarifying here since her twitter does), this fun spirited and lovely woman is the East Coast Ambassador for Vinyl Me Please. Her main role is hosting 'The Spins', Vinyl Me, Please’s nationwide monthly listening party. She's based in Philly but also occasionally hosts events in New York. Desuana loves going to… Continue reading Desuana Dubose | East Coast Ambassador for Vinyl Me Please.
I'd been following Diana on Instagram for awhile. She's not only busy working a full time job, but she also creates stunning coffee paintings, curates a YouTube channel 'diggininthecr8' where she talks about records, and blogs for Vinyl of the Day. I thought she'd be a great addition to the Women in Vinyl blog because we all… Continue reading Diana Biernat | YouTuber + Writer Vinyl Of The Day
Meet Grace Krause, a project representative at Cascade Record Pressing right outside Portland, OR. I've known about Cascade for some time (it is after all in one of my favorite cities) so when Grace and I connected I was happy to have her as part of the site. Her and I also do similar things in… Continue reading Grace Krause | Project Representative at Cascade Record Pressing