U.S. Manufacturer National National Audio Company hopes to get production back on track by the end of the year.
Three-cassette box set due out as part of Record Store Day Black Friday.
Bomb squads in Charlotte evacuated a building suspecting the package to contain a bomb.
Taken from a 1997 cassette tape recorded by teen trio 400 Pounds of Punk.
Including Nevermind recordings sans Dave Grohl and material with Dale Crover.
Plus, Third Man Records is releasing three early White Stripes live recordings as part of the latest installment of its Vault subscription series.
Cheesy snack bags come with cassette player-like “controls” for repeated listening.
Featuring selections from the Montreal trio’s forthcoming LP, Psychic Slush, and a few tracks in Japanese.
Available as a limited-edition run of cassette tapes.
A collaboration with vegan footwear brand Keep.
Featuring early iterations of “So Blue” and “Gotta Broken Heart Again” along with an unfinished, “virtually unrecognizable version” of “Sometimes It Snows in April”.
The track, released on cassette last month, is now available for streaming.