The Human Touch: Curated Record Clubs are Here
April 16, 2021

The Human Touch: Curated Record Clubs are Here

The new look of record clubs in 2021 is all about human experience, taste and curation, and Los Angeles slow-music club In Sheep’s Clothing is the first to put a face on it. A modern, organic twist on traditional record clubs of the ‘70s and ‘80s, the ISC Record Club offers hand-picked LP deliveries to your door every month.
April 10, 2021

Archetype: The Ortofon SPU – A Moving Coil Origin Story

Since its introduction in 1959, the Ortofon SPU (stereo pick up) has remained largely unscathed from the ‘newer is better’ mantra that permeates much of society. Robert Gudmandsen’s 62-year-old design is still considered one of the most influential cartridges in high fidelity.
April 3, 2021

Heavy Rotation: Paul Simon – Self Titled

By Christmas 1969, Paul Simon and Art Garfunkel were tired. Tired of touring, tired of filming a TV special, tired of the grind that recording Bridge Over Troubled Water had become, but mostly, they were tired of each other. Simon felt the partnership was over. So, he did what anyone does after a breakup; he took time out to reassess.
March 29, 2021

Record Magazine: Sharing the Culture of Vinyl

Record Culture Magazine takes readers into the homes and studios of the musicians who are featured on the albums, the people who are running the record labels that produce the albums, and those who are buying and playing the albums, all within an intersection of art and culture.