Home Taping. How ironic that what really killed the heart and soul of music was the complete digitization of it, both spiritually and commercially. And to think that they thought that ripping Vinyl to tape was going to destroy music as we knew it. Instead, they digitized it, compressed the crap out of it … Continue reading TAAAAAAAPE
Life of Vinyl (from the same people who run Vectis Toy Auctions) have a new web site and a fantastic offer for all new registered members. 20% is great, and of course, the heavier your basket, the bigger the saving. They have pretty much all the new releases and re-issues, … Continue reading Life of Vinyl offer
As I work my way through LP’s that I have either recently acquired or have long forgotten, one nagging feeling that I have is that at some point after this months experiment is done and dusted I will have to digitise a few recordings, and roll them into the iTunes library. The last time … Continue reading Click it!
Very pleased with todays haul! I managed to clear out the shelves at Truevision of all their blank Audio cassettes (got to grab them when you see them!), and as impressive as our Local HMV’s Vinyl section is becoming, nothing beats a browse in Helter-Skelter records. Despite its very unassuming shop front (which appears … Continue reading Vinyl in Chichester.
Welcome to analogueoctober.com! As this is the first post, I suppose I had better explain myself… The premise is simple. For one month of the year I roll back my music listening habits to a more simpler era. As a teen in the 1980’s our currency (and cred) was all down to our tapes. Wether … Continue reading An analogue man trapped in a digital world!