Vinyls and marijuana go together

What's old is new again, record stores are celebrating a comeback. Record Store Day is a shared celebration with the cannabis community. Like 4/20, it was a group of afficandios supporting independent retailers, raising awareness and celebrating the multi-faceted art. Modeled after Free Comic Book Day, it began in 2007 and is celebrated by retailers around the world. Hundreds of artists participate through special appearances, performances, fan meetings and the release of special vinyl. It makes sense that they spend a day, vinyls and marijuana go together.

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Music and marijuana go together perfectly. Marijuana makes music almost come alive in a 3D way. The properties of marijuana improve current attention, prevent searching for memories, and help the mind focus on the music, making it seem fresher and more intriguing. It helps the body focus on the current moment. Both marijuana and vinyl are on the rise. The legal cannabis industry just reached $29.5 billion in 2023 and the vinyl industry's revenue increased 17% to $1.2 billion in 2022. This is the sixteenth consecutive year of growth and accounted for 71% of revenue from physical formats in physical stores.

Of course, which vinyl goes best with marijuana? Here are a few suggestions.

Pink Floyd – The Dark Side of the Moon

Pink Floyd's classic allows the consumer to wallow in philosophy and explore the corners of the mind. While enjoying the plant, thoughts and preconceived notions can be dismantled and reconstructed. The rhythm of the song makes it feel as if every bone and muscle is alive and independent.

De La Soul – Three Feet High And Rising

De La's beat is great for a happy high. Completely perfected in its alchemical balance of fun and wisdom, with a hefty dash of silliness, it will let your soul escape into a colorful playground.

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Tame Impala – Yes, I’m changing

This psychedelic rock band sets the mood perfectly. The main band member, Kevin Parker, shared that he doesn't remember the creation of this song and it's as if someone else wrote it. What more can you say and it is also a great reminder that we are constantly changing and healing from our past.

The Beatles

From “Yellow Submarine” to “All You Need Is Love,” the band’s songs intertwine with exhilaration, bringing to the forefront the essence that allows one to feel, love, act and be.

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