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Record Safari | Digging In The Crates

I recently stumbled across this documentary on YouTube titled Record Safari – Digging in the Crates of America. Anything record-related tends to catch my eye and this was a really solid documentary. As said in the video:   Since its invention over 100 years ago, the vinyl record has revolutionized the way people hear and

90s Hip-Hop records at Mastersounds HQ | My Analog Journal

Yet another video from My Analog Journal, this time featuring 90s Hip-Hop records. Nevertheless, I hope your week is going well. I’m finally able to leave quarantine (with a mask on). Maybe I’ll go to a park tomorrow. Woo-hoo. From My Analog Journal Ryan Shaw is a DJ, record collector, and founder of the multi-award-winning

The Joy Of Collecting Vinyl

I’ve been on a tear as of late with collecting vinyl. It’s gotten to a point where my daily life encompasses some form of vinyl shopping online. Though I’m not purchasing vinyl every day, I’m certainly viewing and making lists of records I wish I had; some new, some old. The polyvinyl chloride analog sound

Listen to Moveys By Slow Pulp

A friend of mine recently recommended to me the record Moveys by Slow Pulp and I can’t get enough of it. It’s everything I love in this particular genre and look forward to diving more into their discography. There is nothing better than listening to great music for the first time. Listen to it here.