Archer Records Keeps Vinyl and Detroit's Techno Scene Alive

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Archer Record Press in Detroit is one of the few companies in the world that still presses vinyl records. The 47-year-old company is kept alive by techno artists. DJs from all over the world send their tracks to Archer Records to be pressed to vinyl. In the process, these artists keep the almost-defunct manufacturing of vinyl alive. WDET reporter Martina Guzman visited Archer Records and spoke with 75-year-old owner Joe Archer, and his son, Mike Archer, about their thriving business.