Listening Alone: Untangling the Best Music of 2020 So Far
October 6, 2020
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Listening Alone: Untangling the Best Music of 2020 So Far

The global pandemic has affected politics, economics, and human behavior in ways that will take years to fully realize, never mind the effect this paradigm shift will have on the world of music. 
October 1, 2020
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Tokyo Jazz Kissa: Vintage High Fidelity with #VINYL

Whether it’s calligraphy, the serving and drinking of tea, or the uniquely Japanese experience of listening to jazz LPs playing through rare vintage sound systems at specialized cafés, these ceremonies are revered.
September 26, 2020
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Linn Krane: New Majik Tonearm

Turntable design evolution is a measured approach for Linn when it comes to the LP12, now approaching a half-century of production.
September 25, 2020
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Sault: Continuum of Activist Black Music

Racial activism within music isn’t a modern phenomenon, it has been there since the artform’s inception. In the late 1800s, marginalized African-American communities invented the Blues largely as an expression of their subjugation.