Okay, so this will be my last AR link of the night. 

We’re building these speakers. 

They are cheap, especially compared to their nearest competition

They are assembled by hand, in my garage. We have a small team that puts them together. 

I’m looking for someone who wants to review them. We’ll lend you a pair for a few weeks, you’ll listen to them and write about them (we can pair you up with an editor if you’d like.) When you’re done, we’ll publish the review. 

I replaced a pair of Dynaco A25s with these as my main speakers a few weeks ago (The Dynacos are still kicking around in a secondary system in my basement) and I think it was an excellent decision. 

[That being said, these speakers are probably the closest in sound I’ve found to my A-25s. The differences are there, but they are much subtler than the difference between the Vanguards and most other speakers. I think it’s the, admittedly excellent, crossovers in the A-25s.] 


So take a look. Lemme know if you wanna write a review. If you’re in the Marietta area, get in touch to set up a demonstration (and to buy a pair of your own!) 

If you want some, and you’re not in the Marietta area, get in touch and we’ll see what we can work out as far as shipping goes. 

Thanks, guys. 

Okay, so I’m posting a lot of articles from Analog Revolution. That’s cause I *am* analog revolution. 

I’m pressing this record, and I’m So Damn Excited about it. 

I want all of my friends, all of the people I know, to listen to this music. 

Listen to it, and tell me what you think. Let me know what you love, and what you hate.

I’m going to be pressing these in my living room. I’ll post pictures. It’s awesome. 

analogrevolution:

This is a track from the four track EP from Noble Thieves. - Order Here.

It is being pressed by Analog Revolution Records, as a 10” Mono Poly-Blend 45RPM EP. 

We’re pressing these things by hand, in my living room. It’s fucking crazy.

Look what came in the mail. Look what came in the mail. Look what came in the mail. Look what came in the mail. Look what came in the mail. Look what came in the mail. Look what came in the mail. Look what came in the mail. Look what came in the mail.

Look what came in the mail.

Guys, i wrote a thing. Please read it and let me know what you think. 

(and you can find Analog Revolution on tumblr, too.) 

shairaralleta:

It’s not yet finish but I’m too eager to post this. >:)) 

I love it. Make more vinyl art! 

midcenturymodernfreak:

1960s HMV Store | 363 Oxford Street, London | Electrical Appliances, Stereophonic Players, & Vinyl Records
HMV stands for His Master’s Voice, the title of a painting by Francis Barraud of the dog Nipper listening to a cylinder phonograph, which was bought by the Gramophone Company in 1899.
Via: 1 | 2

Wow. I wish. That this was our store. It’s so pretty.  midcenturymodernfreak:

1960s HMV Store | 363 Oxford Street, London | Electrical Appliances, Stereophonic Players, & Vinyl Records
HMV stands for His Master’s Voice, the title of a painting by Francis Barraud of the dog Nipper listening to a cylinder phonograph, which was bought by the Gramophone Company in 1899.
Via: 1 | 2

Wow. I wish. That this was our store. It’s so pretty. 

midcenturymodernfreak:

1960s HMV Store | 363 Oxford Street, London | Electrical Appliances, Stereophonic Players, & Vinyl Records

HMV stands for His Master’s Voice, the title of a painting by Francis Barraud of the dog Nipper listening to a cylinder phonograph, which was bought by the Gramophone Company in 1899.

Via: 1 | 2

Wow. I wish. That this was our store. It’s so pretty. 

Moving on from the White Stripes, hers is one of my favorite unknown bands: Tangerine Zoo 

This is a track from their 1968 self titled LP. 

Sadly, I’ve never managed to find a copy of this LP, but I’ve got the follow up. 

slychedelic:

She’s Not There - The Zombies

Picked up a 45 of this song in Savannah a few weeks ago. (Also scored a copy of Time of the Season from a different vendor in the same store. Fuck Yeah Zombies! ) 

(via swordfish--trombones)

vinylrescue:

The Who vs. Bizarre Mr. Pig, Trade Mark of Quality bootleg.  Under the taped on cover art is stamped: The Who - Radio London.  The “Side 2” and “Side 1” notes must have been added by a previous owner.  Most, if not all, of these tracks have been officially released as bonus tracks on compact discs.  The art is by Wm G Stout and was later used (without crediting Mr. Stout) for the disc of the Odds & Sods remaster.  

I Effing Love TMOQ’s bootlegs. 

(via phonoporno-deactivated20121113)

infoneer-pulse:

Curators and scientists worked together to recover the audio recorded on Alexander Graham Bell’s earliest records, recorded at his Washington, D.C., Volta Laboratory. Carlene Stephens, a curator of the National Museum of American History, sought out scientists at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory in Berkeley, California, who had figured out how to play back sound from a 1860 phonautograph recording. They worked with the Smithsonian to recover the sound from Bell’s recordings by using a 3D camera to create depth images of the surface of the record. With audio software to recreate the waveforms, we can now listen to recordings from the 1880s. This short documentary was produced by Ryan Reed for Smithsonian magazine, and you can read more about the history and listen to more audio files on the magazine’s site.

» via The Atlantic

Blind Willie Johnson 
[New LP for my Birthday!] 

Blind Willie Johnson 

[New LP for my Birthday!]