Tags: Vinyl

Melodymann Essentials

Tour Essentials with Melodymann

The Melodymann is a very talented and passionate Belgian producer/DJ/remixer with an explicit preference for vinyl, analog synthesizers and a vintage sound. Although his identity is deliberately kept secret, we can tell that he has had several remix projects with different aliases for world-renowned artists such as Rennie Foster, Marco Bailey, Orlando Voorn and Carl Cox. His music resembles a soulful […]






Tuff Gong Studios Vinyl | RhythmTravels.com

Tuff Gong Studios Will Revive Their Vinyl Pressing Plant

The studio founded by Bob Marley where songs like ‘Stir It Up’, ‘Concrete Jungle’, ‘Redemption Song’, ‘Could You Be Loved’ and many more have been recorded and pressed into vinyl is now reviving its Vinyl pressing plant. Vinyl has been an important part of Jamaican Reggae culture for years until lately when mp3’s started to […]






Ambassador Technics SL-1200 | RhythmTravels.com

She is the Global Brand Ambassador of Technics SL-1200

No she is not a DJ or known for having a massive record collection. She is a classical pianist. Yes that’s right she plays the piano. In an article on NY times the creative director Hiro Morishita at Panasonic who owns the brand Technics says that they are not aiming the new Technics 1200 to DJ’s […]






eco-friendly vinyl | RhythmTravels.com

Eco-friendly vinyl is soon to be available

We’re addicted to vinyl and have an unhealthy relationship with crate digging. What we didn’t know was that the production of vinyl is really bad for the environment. Our beloved vinyl record is made of PVC PolyvinylChloride which is hazardous to us and environment as dioxin is created from the manufacture and incineration of PVC. […]






When Albums Ruled The World | RhythmTravels.com

When Albums Ruled The World (Documentary)

Today is the official Record Store day! To celebrate this day we present this documentary made by BBC. Make sure to get out and buy some vinyl! (after this documentary 🙂 Between the mid 1960s and the late 1970s, the long-playing record and the albums that graced its grooves changed popular music for ever. For […]