Vinyl Nation is a documentary dig into the record resurgence and what that means for America today.

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"A lively, engaging affair...visually stimulating...exhaustively covers much of the record industry with keen interest. [Vinyl Nation] takes the macro to a personal level. That is quite a feat." -- Film Threat, rating 9/10

"Smokler and Boone crisscross America in search of vinyl-guided mystics." -- LA Times

"Like a well-produced song" -- Houston Chronicle

"As so many things have become passive or have slipped away from us entirely, 'Vinyl Nation' shows why sometimes you just want something to hold onto." -- Detroit News

"Visually stunning" -- Chicago Reader

"This movie exists for those of us who appreciate a solid deep-cut existence." -- Third Coast Review

"Lovely" -- NPR

"All but impossible to resist heading to one’s turntable and dropping the needle on a cherished album after the credits roll." -- Mountain Xpress

"A warm, analog hug" -- Spoiler Free Movie Sleuth


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  • Vinyl Nation

    The vinyl record renaissance over the past decade has brought new fans to a classic format and transformed our idea of a record collector: younger, both male and female, multicultural. This same revival has made buying music more expensive, benefited established bands over independent artists and...