The name “Ultra-Local-Records” is plan and so is its owner Raül. It’s a Thursday afternoon, I had just met a couple of people at art schools and agencies and as I walk along carrer Pujades, my eyes stop at a small shop, displaying with what I grew up with: Vinyl. As I enter, the man behind the counter greets me with a smile and then I look at all the material in there. I do not only spot tons of vinyl, but also cassettes that are hand labeled, hand numbered – yeah, a limited edition cassette, how cool is that?! But who buys cassettes these days, I ask timidly in my broken spanish. Raül lifts his eyebrows and tells me that there is quite a new movement happening: First of all the vinyl sales start outselling CD sales, plus people also buying cassettes again — of course in small numbers, but people value that good old stuff again!