To celebrate world record store day, a throwback to when N by Norwegian magazine sent photographer Alastair Wiper to the Record Industry plant in Haarlem, the Netherlands, which claims to be the largest vinyl processing plant in the world. "Demand is so high that we're having to turn people away," said founder Ton Vermeulen, a former DJ who bought Sony's last vinyl plant in 1998. It's a far cry from seven years ago, when vinyl sales had collapsed and "the death of vinyl seemed inevitable". But young people started rediscovering vinyl around 2011- and, today, UK vinyl sales have risen 53 per cent in the past year, meaning more vinyl records are being sold than at any time since the late 80s. Groovy.