It's a great story. A format back from the virtual dead. How often do you get to say that? Yesterday the BBC reported the shock news that more money is now being spent on vinyl than on downloaded albums.
Figures show that vinyl sales made the record industry £2.4m last week, while downloads … Continue reading →
Nearly six years since Panasonic took the decision to stop producing the legendary SL-1200 turntable, parent company Panasonic has announced at CES in Las Vegas it is to produce a limited edition 50th anniversary model to debut this summer with the production of 1,200 models. A wider release of … Continue reading →
Over at brother site Brandish they have been looking at retro gadgets. For me they are invariably always more naff than cool, but if you love vintage record players, 70s Timex watches and retro cameras then go here.
Other good stuff includes
The smartest iPhone cycle gadget so far? Wahoo's … Continue reading →
The Queen Geek of cabaret, Keira Daley is set to take the Edinburgh Fringe festival by storm this year with her show LadyNerd. An infectious mix of tech anecdotes, wit and belly laughs, LadyNerd sees Keira join forces with musical director and piano geek Mark Chamberlain (Jersey Boys, The Last … Continue reading →
ViewQuest have updated their range of retro-styled radios. The Retro Radio Wi-Fi adds, you guessed it, wireless connectivity to the range, while a special edition Union Jack Retro Radio (without the Wi-Fi connectivity) has also been put together in time for this summer's patriotic … Continue reading →