Imagine one of those competition TV shows, but instead of dancing or singing with a costume, contestants have to make music with all manner of things that aren’t normally used to make music.
As part of an ongoing project, Montreux Jazz Festival and music company BMG have partnered to bring us fortunate listeners a host of new records mined from the Jazz Festival’s vaults. The first two projects to come to light feature Nina Simone and Etta James. […]
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Cables. Every person in the whole wide world that owns a hifi comprised of more than one box needs cables.
Phoebe Bridgers’ smashed SNL guitar is up for auction, with the proceeds helping to support the 32nd Annual Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD) Media Awards.
Ex:Re with 12 Ensemble is a collaboration between Elena Tonra, the lead singer of Daughter, classical composer Josephine Stephenson, and the 12-piece string orchestra, 12 Ensemble, setting Tora’s Ex:Re debut solo album to strings.
When listening to music on the hifi, I want to feel as if I’m in a void with just me and my music. No distractions, no thoughts of social media, likes, visits, or comments. Just me and my music.
I’m a fan of the all-in-one, especially when the one is good looking.
That’s right, that THX. The Onyx is the company’s first consumer electronics device and it joins a spate of recently revealed, and reviewed, dongle DACs.
In Norse legend, Ragnarok was the “end of the world.” Spring is in the air. What better time to review an end of the world integrated amplifier from Schiit Audio?
I couldn’t be more excited.
The Edge series of components represents UK-based Cambridge Audio’s top of the line(s) honoring the company’s 50th anniversary.
Ever since I first saw the work of Paul Klee and the kinetic fanciful frenzy of Yves Tanguey, I was hooked.
Maybe I’m getting old. Maybe I’m getting young.