A rather black colored Friday: just how the fetish for plastic is giving costs soaring

A rather black colored Friday: just how the fetish for plastic is giving costs soaring

‘Cheapness just isn’t a goal that is main celebrating art is’. Shoppers in harsh Trade East, London, on Record Store in 2018 day. Photograph: Mark Whiteman

‘Cheapness just isn’t a definitive goal, celebrating art is’. Shoppers in harsh Trade East, London, on Record Store in 2018 day. Photograph: Mark Whiteman

The rise in popularity of Record shop Day – and its own Ebony Friday version – is turbo-charging the collector mindset at the cost of the typical customer

We n the UK, it didn’t take very long for Ebony Friday – a product sales occasion pegged to Thanksgiving in america – to go from novel on track. Its effect on the songs industry happens to be less conspicuous compared to the discounts that are gaudy by main-stream merchants, but believe it or not significant. Continue reading “A rather black colored Friday: just how the fetish for plastic is giving costs soaring”