Local Seattleite and Guns and Roses bassist Duff Mckagan speaks out about the opioid crisis, homelessness and corporate greed in his recent album "Tenderness."
Dean Martin was a multifaceted artist whose talents crossed media boundaries. In his album "Dream with Dean" he takes listeners to an intimate place with him. Here's why it's our pick for August Vinyl of the Month.
Miles Davis is a rock and roll hall of fame artist. However, he is recognized by many for his unique jazz melodies that electrify the room with profane energy and eloquence. Here's why it's our pick for July vinyl of the month.
Patricia Barber’s “Café Blue” might seem like background music, but you’ll be enthralled halfway into the first track. Here’s why it's our pick for June Vinyl of the Month.
May Vinyl of the Month: Tom recommends Beck’s latest album, “Colors.” A nod to the modern pop era, circa 2010. Here’s why you’ll want to play this vinyl on repeat all summer long.
April's Vinyl of the Month Features La Luz's 'Weirdo Shrine' which brings surf-rock harmonies to every song. Pick it up at Definitive in Seattle or Bellevue.
Melody Gardot may fly under the radar, but her record, “My One and Only Thrill” soars. Listen to our favorite tracks here — and get your own 45 rpm pressing at a special price this month in our showrooms.
Our pick for Vinyl of the Month is Shelby Lynne's Just a Little Lovin' with is presented in 200gram, and cut to the LP from the analog master sources. If you have the original Lost Highways pressing, be prepared for a night and day difference between the two regarding sound quality.
More commonly referred to as ‘The White Album,’ this deluxe vinyl box set marks the 50th Anniversary since the original version released in 1968. It includes 27 demo recordings, and 50 session takes, the vast majority of which have never been heard before. If you are a Beatles fan, you should absolutely own this box set.
For December, our pick is Dave Brubeck 'Time Out' audiophile pressing, cut at 45rpm. Critics initially provided negative reviews upon initial release. Despite these reviews, it still produced a Top 40 hit and went Platinum - highly unusual for a Jazz LP.