Millennium Entertainment has acquired all U.S. rights to “Life of a King,” a drama that stars Cuba Gooding Jr. as a chess-playing ex-con. The film premiered in June at the Los Angeles Film Festival…
Full of inspired detours and colorful non sequiturs, Jeff Broadway's music documentary will be greeted as a godsend by hardcore hip-hop fans.
While audiophiles may be horrified at the thought of parting with their vinyl LPs, Amazon.com is hoping to usher them into the digital-music age with an offer to automatically "convert" their records…
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Filmmaker J.R. Hughto spins a sense of uneasy dread throughout most of "Diamond on Vinyl," his low-key psychological drama about an emotionally blocked musician given to eavesdropping and…
California-based mega-retailer Amoeba Music, the last big record store on the block, has moved into the digital age with both feet.
It wasn't all about the mall on Black Friday, as independent record stores witnessed a continuing sales boom during the third annual Record Store Day post-Thanksgiving sales event.
With a hearty chorus of "Why Don't We Do It in the Road," EMI Records and Apple Corps will launch the vinyl re-release of the Beatles' entire catalog Tuesday by putting a pair of mobile pop-up stores…
Record Store Day, which began as a grassroots stunt to drive traffic for indie music retailers has blossomed into an annual marketing platform for major labels to reach key music-buying demographics…
"The L Word" star Jennifer Beals is set to topline and produce "The Lord of Vinyl," an indie jazz pic that will mark the directorial debut of Dennis Bartok, who wrote the script and will also produce…
Loosely inspired by an actual record-biz hoax, "Vinyl" is a genial underdog's revenge comedy about some old punkers who fool the industry that's forgotten them into promoting their new single…