Bartmanski, Dominik; Woodward, Ian Vinyl

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Vinyl

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A passionate ode to the analogue record, and testament to how vinyl embodies the content it mediates, with each record's unique journey etched into the material -- Hillegonda C. Rietveld The Times Higher Education In the age of the digital, with the ubiquitous smart phone and MP3 technologies providing consumers with instant access to global sounds irrespective of where they are, Vinyl explores the persistence of an old technology within the production and consumption of music. In doing so it demonstrates the complex ways in which material objects form a meaningful part of our everyday lives - not just through the sounds of vinyl but by how it feels and looks. The text is beautifully written, impassioned, yet critical. Welcome to the world of the post-digital. -- Michael Bull, University of Sussex, UK Vinyl is a state-of-the-art treatment of an unforgettable object and medium that raises many of the issues central to contemporary anthropology. Its subject-matter should make it appealing to students and general audiences, while its theoretical sophistication makes it relevant to scholars of music, technology, popular culture, and cultural objects. -- Jack David Eller Anthropology Review Database As a vinyl DJ for over three decades, I found this in-depth analysis on the resurgence of my favourite 'music carrier' fascinating. Bartmanski and Woodward give an intriguing account of the history of the vinyl LP and its role both as cultural emancipator and motivator of civilizational change while placing special emphasis as to why the current vinyl renaissance is taking place, fostered by the digital age. -- Colleen 'Cosmo' Murphy, founder of Classic Album Sundays Vinyl culture is back, and it's even more vibrant than it was in its heyday, before digitalization. Bartmanski and Woodward take us to the epicentres of this revolution, and let those who are behind it tell us about their passions for this iconic medium. This is an exemplary study of the social and sensory life of things. -- David Howes, Concordia University, Canada Picking up the story from a cultural and sociological angle, Ian Woodward and Dominik Bartmanski have written what might well be the first modern history of the humble vinyl record since its exponential surge back into the public imagination. The Vinyl Factory Bartmanski and Woodward have created a masterpiece that any record lover should have on their shelves Record Collector magazine Excerpted PopMatters

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In the age of the digital, with the ubiquitous smart phone and MP3 technologies providing consumers with instant access to global sounds irrespective of where they are, Vinyl explores the persistence of an old technology within the production and consumption of music. In doing so it demonstrates the complex ways in which material objects form a meaningful part of our everyday lives - not just through the sounds of vinyl but by how it feels and looks. The text is beautifully written, impassioned, yet critical. Welcome to the world of the post-digital. -- Michael Bull, University of Sussex, UK Vinyl is a state-of-the-art treatment of an unforgettable object and medium that raises many of the issues central to contemporary anthropology. Its subject-matter should make it appealing to students and general audiences, while its theoretical sophistication makes it relevant to scholars of music, technology, popular culture, and cultural objects. -- Jack David Eller Anthropology Review Database As a vinyl DJ for over three decades, I found this in-depth analysis on the resurgence of my favourite 'music carrier' fascinating. Bartmanski and Woodward give an intriguing account of the history of the vinyl LP and its role both as cultural emancipator and motivator of civilizational change while placing special emphasis as to why the current vinyl renaissance is taking place, fostered by the digital age. -- Colleen 'Cosmo' Murphy, founder of Classic Album Sundays Vinyl culture is back, and it's even more vibrant than it was in its heyday, before digitalization. Bartmanski and Woodward take us to the epicentres of this revolution, and let those who are behind it tell us about their passions for this iconic medium. This is an exemplary study of the social and sensory life of things. -- David Howes, Concordia University, Canada Picking up the story from a cultural and sociological angle, Ian Woodward and Dominik Bartmanski have written what might well be the first modern history of the humble vinyl record since its exponential surge back into the public imagination. The Vinyl Factory Bartmanski and Woodward have created a masterpiece that any record lover should have on their shelves Record Collector magazine

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