Many of you have craved the Reloop RP-8000 MIDI turntables since seeing them at BPM. And now you can have them. They’re in shops now… ish.
Given the lack of new releases on vinyl, is it possible for DJs keep it real? Sam Hulley digs into the charts and record shops to find out.
Alcohol and music listening have always gone hand in hand at all kinds of levels. And Linn’s Highland Park Whisky themed LP12 turntable is no exception.
As a vinyl collector, do you buy to own, or buy to play? This is an issue that I’ve been wrestling with recently.
Like an old roll of film, I found some shots of the Reloop RP-8000 turntable, so I figured that I’d share them with you.
Finally, someone has got the nuts to bring out a new deck. And the Reloop RP-8000 MIDI turntable is the deck you’ve been looking for.
Your eyes do not deceive you — that’s a 7″ Technics SL-700 right there. Biz Markie rocked them at the Crotona Park Jams. Read on for the full story.
Scratching is quite a stationary pastime. But the Scratchophone allows you to get up and wander around. It’s the keytar all over again, but way cooler.
Seems that people aren’t satisfied with just playing records on turntables. Diego Stocco rubs leaves against his to make music.
We may be purveyors of the latest DJ gear news, but we love the classics. We’re about to restore some Vestax PDX d3s turntables. It starts here.