Katherine had reached out to me through the site's contact page to talk more about what I was working on with the blog and when I realized she had a 'newish' shop in Baltimore we made sure to stop in on a recent trip. Her shop Hare's Breath Records is run by her and her husband, they… Continue reading Katherine Peach | Co-Owner Hare’s Breath Records
I'm so glad to have Dana as a part of the blog, I've been lucky enough to work with her on a couple projects and immediately I knew we'd get along. Like a couple others, including myself, she's former art school kid who found her way into a vinyl workplace. She's got a love for… Continue reading Dana Wickwire| Project Manager at Drastic Plastic Records
I love that that Amy and Margaret wanted to do this together, even though both definitely deserve their own posts. I have so much respect for these ladies,and what they do. Margaret: I’m a Mastering Engineer at Chicago Mastering Service; we do mastering for digital formats as well as mastering for vinyl. On the side, I’m… Continue reading Amy Dragon Telegraph Mastering & Margaret Luthar Chicago Mastering | Mastering Engineers
You can't live in the DC Metro area and not know about Songbyrd Music House and Record Cafe so I'm glad to be able to share it with more of you. Between the live shows, and records to browse while you have coffee there's something for everyone. I was introduced to Alisha by her partner… Continue reading Alisha Edmonson | Co-Owner and Operator of Songbyrd Music House and Record Cafe
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.