A simple question.
MP3. iPods. Streaming. Spotify. Apple Music.
Yet with all this, and more, vinyl seems to be growing in popularity amongst young and old alike.
So, how is it that a way of listening to music that pretty much died out entirely – we’re not talking eBooks versus physical books here, where books never really went away – is now flooding back into shops? And why is it so expensive, compared to all the music that haunts its way, as if by magic, through the ethereal cloud that envelops us?