DR RICHARD VAREY takes a deep, quizzical look at the supposed vinyl revival, retro-mania and the new glut of merchandising around Record Store Day.
Vinyl is taking over, didn’t you know it? DR. RICHARD VAREY has his own theories.
Ash Kramer looks at products from Glass Audio aka Audiodesksysteme Gläss including a CD washing machine and a vinyl washer that uses ultrasonics to clean your records.
Kody Nielson’s new project to release new album as delicious vinyl art object.
Perreaux has a new product – the Audiant VP3 Phono Stage
Perreaux has announced a new Audiant series VP3 moving magnet, moving coil phono preamplifier.
Gary Steel gets swept up and swirled around in a whirling dervish by Mobile Fidelity’s double vinyl version of a great Dead Can Dance album.
WHEN REVIEWERS WENT on about Radiohead being experimental around the time of Kid A – often as a criticism rather than a recommendation – I could never really see what they were going on about. There’s a history of quite radical experimentation and radical reversioning in pop music, and it […]
In the first of a new series – Unknown Pleasures – where he writes about worthy but under-recognised albums and artists, Gary Steel puts his case for The Decayes, one of the great unwritten stories of underground rock.
Andrew Baker reviews the Music Hall MMF7.1 turntable complete with Music Hall’s own Mojo MC cartridge
100 lassic jazz albums to be reissued on vinyl as part of Blue Note’s 75th anniversary celebrations.
Turned On Audio is now the NZ agent for Thomas Schick’s rather unique tonearms.