In a new bonus episode segement Relics of the Past, B. Cox reminsces about what was the excitement of Record Release Tuesdays. From the late 1980s until 2015, the music industry designated Tuesdays as its Global Release Day; the day that new albums were released. He talks about the hype, anticipation and journey about going to the record/music store on release day and how the day fit into the culture of music (most specifically during the commerical rise and popularization of hip-hop) and fanhood.
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NPR: Why Albums Are Relased on Tuesdays In The U.S.
NPR: Goodbye Music Tuesdays. Starting Today, Albums Come Out On Friday
Rolling Stone: Music Industry Sets Friday At Its New Global Release Day
Vibe: The Record Store. What Used to Be
UpRoxx: Putting Out New Albums on Friday Is Bad, So Let's Move It Back To Tuesday
B. Cox is joined by NaturallyAlise and JR of the R&B Representers to review SWV 's debut classic album It's About Time as it turns 30. As R&B continued its evolution in the early 90s, the trio from NYC burst …
In a bonus episode of The Guest Lounge , B. Cox sits down with Sumit Sharma & Chris Mitchell of the Breaking Atoms Podcast . Based in the United Kingdom, Sharma and Mitchell have built one of the more intuitive, …