In rotation: 6/26/15

The Story of Rastafarian music told in new Soul Jazz compilation: “Rastafari: The Dreads Enter Babylon 1955-83 will be released on Soul Jazz Records on 31st July as a double LP, complete with 40+ page booklet.”

Slash criticises ‘faceless’ digital age: Guitarist hails vinyl’s superior sound quality but says he’s still excited about future of music distribution

Check out Bonobo’s massive, “much neglected” vinyl collection: “Ninja Tune veteran Bonobo might be best known for his albums and live shows, but he’s also got one hell of a record collection…”

Toc, A Beautifully Crafted Record Player That Spins the Vinyl Vertically: “Toc is a beautifully crafted record player designed by Roy Harpaz that spins the vinyl vertically rather than the more traditional flat horizontal operation. The device can be controlled via remote, or with LED touch buttons built into the front panel…”

Rare, Unique, Foreigner – Very Best Of Conceptual Artwork Pieces from 1992 – for Pop Art & Rock Art Collectors alike: “What we have here are seven different one off conceptual pieces of artwork for the sleeve design, which were all rejected by the band…”

Artist turns old vinyl record into pop-culture wall clocks: “Corey V. from Orlando, Florida has a unique use for old vinyl records…”

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