Sounds like a cool idea. Is it expensive? Mostly newer or more "classic" stuff?
Any recommendations for a good vinyl cleaner that's not too expensive?We play our vinyl collection frequently and much of it is near mint. Having the kids grown up helps greatly. A good disc washer and protective sleeves help maintain. Sleeves are pretty cheap if you're not using them.
For those that are scratched and worn, we're enjoying up-grading our old favorites to 180 and 200 gram over time.
I believe it is $27 a month. With that you get the vinyl (which is usually a limited run album), a print that relates to the album and then a drink recipe that is paired with the album also. A mix of both, classic and new. Last month was Perfume Genius, which is an incredible album and I was absolutely surprised at how much I really enjoy it. This month was a Jazz album which is something I usually do not get into, but I guess that is the point of the club is to try new things and artists you would have passed on simply because you don't know who they are.Sounds like a cool idea. Is it expensive? Mostly newer or more "classic" stuff?
Not sure if it's the same number but here's the article when the business changed ownership.Anyone have contact info for the Vinyl CafÃ© in Ames or is it even open anymore? I had a phone number for them but when I tried it the other day I got the previous business owner instead.
Thanks. I haven't been in yet; pretty good store or no?Not sure if it's the same number but here's the article when the business changed ownership.
A lot of folks like the Audio Technica wet brush for cleaning.Any recommendations for a good vinyl cleaner that's not too expensive?
Nice, they're a pretty sweet startup here in Boulder that's making some nice waves, still thinking about pulling the trigger on this but I just worry about doubling up on ****....I (now have to) buy quite a bit of music.