Good news for the record industry.

According to the latest Nielsen Music Year End Highlights report, which covers music consumption for 2018, the music industry grew 23% over 2017 in total “album-equivalent audio consumption.” The growth was primarily driven by an almost 50% increase in on-demand audio songs compared to last year. Oddly, one of the contributors to the growth was good old vinyl, which was up 15% over the same period last year. (The growth in vinyl can in part be attributed to the annual Record Store Day.) Says Nielsen Senior Vice President/Industry Insights David Bakula, “We can attribute [the continued momentum] to increased access to music with new smart speakers and connected devices that have helped propel engagement and consumption to record highs.”