December 2011
Music Week;12/2/2011, Issue 48, p20
Trade Publication
An interview with Derek Howe, the manager of Beatin' Rhythm retail store is presented. When asked about the existing condition of the business, he states that the business is harder in the existing time since they are the only vinyl shop that sells singles. Howe describes the atmosphere in the store as something that most people love. He adds that if there is one thing he could change about the music industry, it would be something that he wished that computers never have to happen.


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