This article originally appeared in Inner Magazine (2017). I have made a few minor edits to bring my thoughts up to date.
One of things I like about Destroyer’s LABYRINTHITIS is how its shape shifts more often than leaf shadows on a windy day.
I’ve long admired the speakers from Sweden’s Marten at HiFi shows over the years but I’ve never had the pleasure of living with a pair. Until now.
Context is key.
When I first heard the company name for the A-2 Integrated Amp, I thought of the Italian jazz record label that released over 350 records from the likes of Bill Dixon, Mal Waldron, and Cecil Taylor.
Of all the Darko.Audio podcasts I’ve had the pleasure to be a part of, The Real Value of Measurements is among my favorites. Why?
Kali Malone’s latest, Living Torch, is balm for the world-weary soul.
Here it is! The first video in a planned series: Listening in the Barn.
And now for something completely different.
When I watched the 50th Anniversary PSB video and eyed the Passif II Standmount Loudspeaker that date from 1974(!), I thought—Damn! PSB should make that speaker again! Retro-loving minds apparently think alike.
Happiness is a quiet cabinet, or so says the UK’s Q Acoustics.
I have a thing for improvisations on church organ. And cello. And Iceland.
Let’s have a look around the Barn, the place where I spend my days (and some nights) living with the gear I review here at Twittering Machines.
Sometimes, good things come in small packages.