Jack White has a new project designed to get your kids interested in vinyl early on. A joint effort between White’s label, Third Man Records, and Light in the Attic records will release a new kids’ compilation album, complete with a portable children’s turntable featuring built-in speakers that a lot of us grew up with.
Entitled This Record Belongs To ________, the album features kid-friendly tracks from Nina Simone, Jerry Garcia, Harry Nilsson, Van Dyke Parks, Donovan, Carole King, Kermit the Frog and others.
The bundle, which will be available on November 6 via the Third Man store online and at Third Man Records’ brick-and-mortar store in Nashville, TN, costs $95.
You are invited to London’s Earl Haig Social Hall, on the evening of Saturday 19th September, for an outbreak of Stylus Stories plus The Scratched 45s band and doubtless all manner of other manifestations of the male mid-life crisis. Continue reading →
The truly wonderful artist Sufjan Stevens comments on the vinyl presing of his new album due out in March. It’s a very interesting read as he witnesses his own album being printed up and what he felt. Click below to go to article.
And yelloze maybe. Not forgetting redz. It’s comin’ up. The next Stylus Stories event is here. Drop everything. Itza gonna rain. No matter because we’re back. With an adapted format which will accommodate a birthday event that is also taking place.
Though just over six minutes in length, Sculpting Sound: The Art of Vinyl Mastering does more than merely skim the surface of the somewhat mysterious, but essential process. Taking trips to talk with each mastering engineer in their own studio, the mini-doc is a quick but informative look into the art of cutting tracks onto vinyl, and more specifically, how the methods have changed and evolved in recent years. Sculpting Sound can be watched in full above.