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Listening Station

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Time Out says

Analogue Foundation is a collective that's passionate about the quality of analog sound, as a philosophy as well as a way to create and understand the beauty of sound. One of the events the group promotes is Listening Station, a place to listen to high-fi vinyl records which travels all round the world. From March 25 to 31 it will be set up at Discos Paradiso record shop so anyone who wants to can try it out and enjoy ultra-high-quality sound.

To kick off the Analogue Foundation week in Barcelona, the collective is putting on an inauguration party and a talk session on Friday March 24 in ArtTe. The party features a back-to-back session with vinyl records and prestigious DJs Zero and Marc Piñol. It's a free session that's open to everyone, but capacity is limited so be sure you give yourself plenty of time to be one of the lucky ones who get in.

Before the party there will be a talk (in Spanish/Catalan) called 'Vinyl records and analog sound from different points of view', featuring: Breixo Martínez (Abu Sou), DJ and vinyl collector; Pedro Vian, head of the Modern Obscure Music label; Roger Rodes, sound engineer, producer and composer; and Marcos Juandó, who's been selling and purchasing vinyl records for ages. If you're interested in attending, write to


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