Posts Tagged '#ILoveMyVinyl'

Classic Album Sundays presents Björk ‘Homogenic’

Still influencing music 20 years after it’s release ‘Homogenic’ brings to mind the image of extreme landscapes and emotions through a hybrid of organic and synthetic instruments. Join us to hear this album as never before.

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Rocky Mountain Audio Fest Album Blogs: Carole King ‘Tapestry’

The next in our series of blogs leading up to this years Rocky Mountain Audio Fest features the album that saw the veteran songwriter distill the essence of an era.

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Classic Album Sundays in India with Producer Ken Scott

Join us at our first ever events in India with Audio Lounge Pune featuring legendery producer Ken Scott.

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CAS Stavanger presents Michael Jackson ‘Off the Wall’

We are launching at our second home in Norway!

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Classic Album Sundays presents Pink Floyd in 5.1 at The V&A Museum

As part of the ‘Their Mortal Remains’ exhibition we’ll be hosting three album listening sessions with Anathema, The Orb and none other than Nick Mason himself!!

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Classic Album Sundays at the Rocky Mountain Audio Fest 2017

We’ll be hosting an area at this years Audio Fest with album playbacks throughout the weekend.

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Classic Album Sundays presents The Strokes ‘Is This It’

Heavily influenced by The Cure and Tom Petty The Strokes recorded a modern masterpiece in less than six weeks with most tracks recorded in one take due to Casablancas’ insistence that the tracks retain their “raw efficiency”.

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Contemporary Classics 002: Radiohead ‘In Rainbows’ with special guest Lone on Audio Note UK

10 years on from Radiohead’s masterpiece we look back with Boiler Room’s Gabriel Szatan and Lone.

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Björk ‘Homogenic’ Musical Lead-Up Playlist

20 years later and Homogenic is still influencing music, check out our playlist of the music that influenced the album!

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Contemporary Classics 003: Burial ‘Untrue’ with guests Benji B and Blackdown on Audio Note UK

Often regraded as one of the key sounds of modern London we look back at Burial’s debut album with two of the capital’s most respected figures.

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