New Intervention Needle Drops, Look Sharp and Night and Day Shipping NOW!

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New Intervention Needle Drops, Look Sharp and Night and Day Shipping NOW!

The following is a press release issued by Intervention Records.

May 17 ,2016 - IR has launched a super cool new feature on the web- a Listen page with high-res needle drops recorded directly from our LPs at 24-bits/192kHz! 30-second clips of two songs from each Intervention release are featured.

These clips were specially prepared by Channel D's Rob Robinson using Pure Vinyl, the premier vinyl-ripping, editing and archiving software. Pure Vinyl works in conjunction with Pure Music, Channel D's digital music server software. Both of these programs are award-winning software suites with legions of users throughout the world! Visit Channel D on the web to learn more about their award-winning products.

Visit the IR Listen page and hear the Intervention difference!

Look Sharp! includes the hits "Is She Really Going Out With Him?," "Sunday Papers" and "One More Time." Rolling Stone called Look Sharp! a "near-perfect, short, sharp New Wave pop album" and tagged it one of the Top 100 Debut Albums of All Time.

Jazzy and sophisticated, Night and Day was Jackson's breakout hit with the MTV staple "Steppin' Out" and the achingly pretty "Breaking Us in Two" providing the sharpest highlights. This is a brash, stylish and kinetic big city record!

Look Sharp! and Night and Day are in stock and shipping NOW. Both are 180-gram single 33s pressed at RTI. Night and Day retails for $35 and Look Sharp! for $38. Night and Day is housed in a gorreous single-pocket gatefold, while Look Sharp! is a single jacket featuring the matte texture of the very early UK first pressings. Both jackets are lavishly produced by Stoughton.

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About Intervention Records
Intervention Records is owned and operated by professional music lover and Hi-Fi industry veteran Shane Buettner. Buettner also manages Marketing and Business Development for Vandersteen Audio, and prior to that was Vice President, Communication at AudioQuest. Buettner’s earlier career was in publishing, and his work was read in respected publications such as Home Theater magazine, The Absolute Sound and The Perfect Vision. Intervention Records would not exist without the inspiration and guidance of Joe Harley and Ron Rambach of Music Matters Jazz, brothers in analog arms and two of the kindest people walking this Earth.