records

10.30.18

Humanity Just Flew Closer to the Sun Than Ever Before

On Monday, NASA’s Parker Solar Probe passed within 26.55 million miles, breaking a record that has stood for 42 years.

8.2.18

The Zen of Cleaning Out Your Black Metal Record Collection

The only silver lining to moving tons of vinyl, plus some sweet tunes from Thou, False, Habak, Neckbeard Deathcamp, Penance Stare, and more.

4.12.18

Hey Record Nerds: High Definition Vinyl Is Gonna Be a Thing Very Soon

Hold on to your extremely good quality headphones!!!!

2.1.18

Record-breaking number of condoms to attend Pyeongchang 2018 Olympics

Unfortunately no medals will be awarded.

11.12.17

Ron Lessard Is a Noise Music Hero

The Lowell-based experimental artist, publisher, and record store owner has given himself over to noise art for 30 years. He still can't tell you why it's so awesome.

11.7.17

Behind the Cover of Our 2017 Music Issue

New York photographer Darin Mickey provided us with a bit of existentialism.

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8.25.17

This Adorable Little Creature Is the Deepest Living Fish Ever Seen

What’s he doing all the way down there!!!

8.16.17

This huge charter school can't prove its students are doing anything

Without any buildings or even classrooms, tracking students at the Electronic Classroom of Tomorrow can be a challenge.

7.5.17

A Vinyl Lover Presses Records From Unorthodox Found Objects

Michael Dixon cuts gorgeous, intentionally complicated records from humanity's abandoned ephemera.

4.24.17

No American Has Spent More Time in Space Than Commander Peggy Whitson

In a phone call today with President Trump, he joked about drinking purified urine aboard the space station: “Better you than me.”

4.21.17

Why Do People Care About Record Store Day?

What is it about the event that gets people totally mad?

4.19.17

Learn About the Roots of Colombian Accordion Music with the Help of Quantic’s Globe-Trotting Record Collection

Ahead of 'Curao,' Will Holland invited us into his loft to chat about growing up on Goldie, British Jazz, and cultural appropriation—all via a trip through his crates.

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