Interview: Kenny Dope

Kenny Dope Gonzalez. An absolute house music legend, four times Grammy nominee, also called a living encyclopedia of beats, collector of over 50,000 records and one of the most prolific music artists of the las...

Musician Goes Door To Door To Sell His New Record

Now here's a way for artists to be truly indie. Not signed to a record label nor to a distributor and let alone to a press agency, starting Irish artist Daniel Anderson decided to take matters into his own hand...

How Many BPM’s Can You Cycle?

Spin the wheels & spin the record now is not only just a linguistic game. A designer trio (Merel Sloother, Liat Azulay and Pieter Frank de Jong) from the Netherlands (no surprise), married their love for bikes and vinyls and created a prototype of a bike t...

Company Presses Records Holding Ashes Of Your Loved Ones

No this not a weird joke. But 'And Vinyly', a UK-based company, does have pretty morbid business model: pressing actual vinyl records that holds the ashes of your loved on. "Live on from beyond the groove" And Vinyly's home page says the company offers "the ...

Video: Man Turns Tortilla Into Record

There seems to be an endless stream of imaginative, sometimes ingenious music carrier applications. Just recently we saw this incredible looking record player, a paper midi controller, and a solar-powered speak...

What Vinyl Looks Like In Extreme Closeup

The surface of a vinyl record is much more intricate than one may think. By coating an LP with silver and hitting it with electrons, along with a motion-controlled electron microscope taking stop-motion photos of the needle’s drag at 50 microns a second, Ap...