Vinyl surprisingly emerged as the music industry's biggest retro comeback, but this increase in demand has put a strain on vinyl pressing companies across the United States. Luckily for Quality Record Pressings, a Kansas vinyl pressing company, a discovery of 13 abandoned presses has helped spur more vinyl production. The 13 presses were found in a warehouse in
The 13 presses were found in a warehouse in Chicago, and were determined as leftovers from plans to renovate the presses for a new pressing plant. This discovery will allow the company to produce more vinyl records, and give music fans easier access to their favorite LPs.
Look at one of the abandoned vinyl presses below: