SOMEDAY: Their Debut LP ‘This Doesn’t Exist’. For fans of Early Tokyo Police Club and Foals, soft side of Sonic Youth, Bombay Bicycle Club, Placebo, Born Ruffians, Hot Hot Heat, The Stills

We are told: “A conceptual and musical journey. Engrossing and intriguing from beginning to end… a bit of a roller coaster taking in the oppressive post punk of Joy Division, the playfulness of The Smiths, and the noise experiments of Sonic Youth” – Overblown Magazine “Music that – despite being gaunt and haunting, melancholic and […]

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High efficiency loudspeakers?

Not many stereo systems can come close to reproducing the peak levels of live music. In fact, I’ll step out onto the ledge and say you’ve never heard a speaker that can even come close to live levels. I know that I haven’t. And, yet, we believe our systems get close to the sound of […]

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Unlocking dynamics?

Dynamic range describes the difference between soft and loud. What’s not defined is how soft or how loud—only the magnitude between the two—which is a problem if the softest sounds fall below the threshold of audibility. When that happens the range of dynamics is truncated, a fact not apparent when quoting dynamic range figures. I’ll […]

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XLR, RCA, and ….. the Magic of Matching Impedance?

Roger Skoff writes: There’s an old joke about a concert that doesn’t start on time and has the audience getting progressively and ever-more-vociferously restless until, finally – after however long — a man in a tuxedo (probably the impresario) comes out on stage and announces that the performance has been canceled and that all ticket […]

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