A new turntable makes your records appear to float.
Developed by Seoul-based designers Jihyo Seo and Jimin Hwang, the turntable, dubbed the Levi, is a new concept design inspired by Harman Kardon which allows records to "float" as they play.
Designed with four different listening modes — soothing, refreshing, sweet, and bittersweet — that adjust the height of the platter, and also features a chick dial to move between 12 rpm or 17 rpm.
The appearance of the "floating" records is made possible by an electromagnetic drive and coils, and features a neon orange arm.
It’s past midnight and DJ Mag is roaming around the grounds of a former prison in the arse-end of Amsterdam. We’re here with Clouds, a young Scottish duo who, over the past half-decade, have scorched their name into the techno scene through a combination of uniquely detailed productions and blunt force trauma DJ sets.
Justice have shared a short video from their debut 'Woman' live show that took place in Mexico this past weekend.
Taking place at Vive Latino in Mexico on 19th March, it was their first performance since the release of their new album ‘Woman’.
The duo's expanded live setup sees Xavier and Gaspard standing side on to the crowd bathed in giant white stage lights and hundreds of LEDs.
Justice's new 'Woman' live show will be making its U.S debut this weekend at Ultra Music Festival before heading to Coachella in April.
Australian designer Dan McPharlin is paying homage to retro synths and other vintage studio equipment with a series of beautiful miniatures.
The highly detailed figures draw influence gear from the '70s and '80s gear (although none are exact replicas), and are made out of paper, framing mat board, string, rubber bands and cardboard.
Check out some of the sets below and head to Dan's Analogue Miniatures Flickr for the full series.