Tag Archives: Vinyl

A VERY QC THANKSGIVING

by staff We asked around the office today to see what we were thankful for this year, and we’d like to share it with you. One note: the one thing we’re all thankful for is YOU! our readers. Thanks for being loyal and awesome. We’ll be back with more posts soon. Artist: Mika Miko Song: [...]

VINYL THROWBACK: THE HISSING OF SUMMER LAWNS

by lawrence tatio I spent the best $10 of my week this morning (no disrespect to the $50 Sour Diesel that also surpassed my expectations) when I purchased Joni Mitchell’s 1975 release The Hissing Of Summer Lawns on the corner of N. 6th and Bedford. The cover is an embossed gray and green design by [...]

NO BRAND LIKE VINYL

by james eskeldson It’s like with anything. You take something too far and you lose something in the process. In the example of recorded music our technology has grown exceedingly efficient, yet there is a nearly romantic ritual that has been thrown out along with music’s tactile archives. The mp3 changed the way we listen [...]

QC GIVEAWAY: COMMON MARKET VINYL & T

by kox Seattle hip-hop duo Common Market is back with their recent EP release The Winter’s End which can be purchased on itunes as of March 24. In celebration of last week’s digital release, we’re running our next installment of the QC Giveaway series. Artist: Common Market Song: Brasso … This week’s prize is a [...]

THE VINYL SOLUTION

by kevin diamond Thursday night, I’m out with friends at The Levee in Williamsburg, talking about Vinyl. Could we be any more annoying? Maybe, if we were the drunk guy who stumbled in 20 minutes later and started peeing on the floor. But I digress. We’re talking about things that have gone out of style. [...]

QC REVIEW: ANIMAL COLLECTIVE

by Kevin Diamond and Neil Roberts KD: Oh, the glory of being a pretentious brooklynite with a record player. Walking into SoundFix at noon today, with a coffee and breakfast buritto sitting hot in my hands, and walking straight for the record rack, I never felt more obvious. Not even pretending to browse, I grabbed [...]