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ANALOGUE VS. DIGITAL – THIS TURNTABLE TAKES ADVANTAGES FROM BOTH!

ANALOGUE VS. DIGITAL – THIS TURNTABLE TAKES ADVANTAGES FROM BOTH!

January 13, 2017 0 Comments

Vinyl is back (and some might argue that it never really left) but listeners find themselves caught between the affordability, accessibility of listening to digital music and the feel and quality of analog.

IS THIS THE WORLD’S MOST PORTABLE RECORD PLAYER?

IS THIS THE WORLD’S MOST PORTABLE RECORD PLAYER?

December 07, 2016 0 Comments

It might well be... but do you want it?

PRESS YOUR ASHES INTO VINYL WHEN YOU DIE.

PRESS YOUR ASHES INTO VINYL WHEN YOU DIE.

November 29, 2016 0 Comments

Scattering ashes can provide closure to relatives when someone dies. Jason Leach wanted people to be able to be able remember loved ones in another way; by pressing their ashes into a vinyl.

This record player is entirely powered by wind!

This record player is entirely powered by wind!

November 18, 2016 0 Comments

Worried about the state of the world? Worried about what's going to happen when the electricity runs out? Vinyl lovers can relax knowing that they'll still be able to listen to vinyl.

LEONARD COHEN 1934 – 2016

LEONARD COHEN 1934 – 2016

November 11, 2016 0 Comments

It has been announced on his official facebook page that Leonard Cohen has died at the age of 82.

RETRACING REGGAE RECORD SLEEVES PHOTOGRAPHED IN LONDON

RETRACING REGGAE RECORD SLEEVES PHOTOGRAPHED IN LONDON

November 01, 2016 0 Comments

Photographer and vinyl enthusiast, Alex Bartsch, embarked on a project to find reggae record covers photographed in London, find their original locations and rephotograph them in situ. It’s a project which has taken him over two years. The culmination of his work is a photo book which he’s launching on Kickstarter.

LIDL IS SELLING RECORD PLAYERS.

LIDL IS SELLING RECORD PLAYERS.

October 31, 2016 0 Comments

This may come as a surprise to some. Not to others: Lidl is stocking turntables.

ALBUM ART WAS DESIGNED TO BE SEEN.

ALBUM ART WAS DESIGNED TO BE SEEN.

October 25, 2016 0 Comments

February ’16: I moved into a new flat in Edinburgh. We were really chuffed with the flat but it was lacking decorations and character. I’ve been collecting vinyl for around 5 years and have, for much of that time wanted to utilise the artwork on the cover as a decoration. With lots of free time on my hands, I set about a project to develop a frame which would allow me to display my records on the wall.