Vinyl may seem retro, but it's not going anywhere
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MINNEAPOLIS (KMSP) - More than 400 people lined up at the doors of the Electric Fetus Saturday morning to celebrate the 11th annual Record Store Day.
It’s stores like the Electric Fetus that keep the world—and records—spinning on days like these.
The tradition began in 2007. The idea behind the day is to celebrate the culture surrounding independently owned record stores around the country, and show the role they play in communities. The event thrives on being inclusive, inviting music lovers of all kinds.
Music lovers outside the Electric Fetus said vinyl may seem retro, but it’s not going anywhere.