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To celebrate the release of their first album 'Hoping for the Invisible to Ignite' (Gizeh Records, September 2011), MU has invited the collective...
Elevate the art of listening to records to a new angle with a vertical turntable that shows off the disc as it spins.
Peek under the veil of an underground group of musicians and sound engineers who own record lathes, machines that cut music records from blank discs.
Win a modern take on the old turntable, a compact, fully automatic model that connects directly to your computer or home stereo.
The company that first brought the public instant film photography has a low-cost action camera that's about capturing everyday moments, not extreme experiences.
AutoRip is a nifty bit of cloud computing that scans your Amazon purchase history for CDs and lets you access them over the Internet.
Proving that vinyl is cool again, a Swedish indie band has made its newest single out of ice, and it actually works!
A $250,000 3D printer's LP can't match the resolution of a 60-year-old LP -- and it's not even close!
Following its announcement of "Love and Rockets" going digital with Comixology, the comic book reader and store app devours the lion's share of digital comics sales. However, it's not the only one with designs on the digital market.
You don't have to lug decks across town any more to mash up some tunes at a party. Just whip out an iPad and start DJing with this guide.
Australian artist Sean Avery takes old CDs and makes them into wild pieces of art. Crave chats with Avery to find out how he brings his animal sculptures to life.