Sweat Records featured on PBS special about “Vinyl”

Sweat Records is definitely one of my favorite local businesses. Not only is the store full of life and culture, but they just love to hold it down for Miami’s thriving music scene and above all, still support the beauty of vinyl records. Recently, they were featured on a PBS segment on the Nightly Business Report about the existence of vinyl records and its transition into today’s current music industry climate.

Me personally, I have like 10,000 (+) vinyl records. It used to be a hobby of mine to dig for records and a couple years of doing that, I ended up with thousands of rare and classic soul and pop records from the 60’s, 70’s and early 80’s. There’s just something that cannot be explained when hearing music played on a turntable….and I’m not talking that Serato sh*t.

Press play to view the clip above courtesy of Crossfade and the Miami New Times.

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