A small London-based label called The Tapeworm produces cassette-only releases, limited to 250 copies.

Do  you remember listening to cassette tapes? Well, they're making a comeback in the form of art. A small London-based label called The Tapeworm produces cassette-only releases, limited to 250 copies -  and most have sold out. Phillip Marshall of The Tapeworm explains:

“We were looking for a way to edition music in small runs that was cost effective and would also make the artists we were commissioning think about the ‘a' and the ‘b.' There's a lost art to the ‘a' and the ‘b',” he says of downloaded music in particular, “a lost art to a sequence of music, a lost art to the album.”

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