The Top 40 tunes will change. Playlists will come and go. But vinyl? Vinyl is forever. Just like Starlord in Guardians of the Galaxy still rocks a walkman and cassettes, you know that the music lovers of the future will probably outfit their space station bedrooms with the turntables of tomorrow. Whether you’re a longtime vinyl fan or you’re just starting to grow your collection, it’s always a good time to support your local record store: on Record Store Day, or on just any ol’ day. To celebrate the not-so-lost art of vinyl, we wanted to share some turntable-worthy art found in Discover that had us like, “Now That’s What I Call Music Designs”. Here are 18 music-inspired designs to rock on your next trip to the record store, or while you’re just spinning some tunes at home.
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“Devil Music” | Hometown Hustle
“Music, Everywhere” | Speakerine
“Music Speaks” | Mad Rey
“Rock Print” | Mhacksi
“All You Need is Love” | Buko
“Purrrfect Music” | Ahokoivu
“Music Man” | Eric Fan
“Sunset Vinyl” | Vanphirst
“Vinyl City” | Yuri Lobo
“Vinyl Woods” | Hey Jey
“The Dark Side of the Moon” | Buko
“Vinyl Running” | Mateus Quandt
“Music Follows” | Ary Milligan
“Data” | Speakerine
“MTN LP… (Blue Variant)” | NDTank
“Fashion” | Bulo
“Polyvinyl – Rainbow Vinyl” | Polyvinyl
“Pizza Vinyl” | Fathi
“Guitar Vinyl” | Somgai
Featured design is “At the Record Store” by Pigboom Kaboom.