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  1. I recall reading that the box set was just going to be CDs, but each album will be pressed on vinyl, which doesn't bide well for my wallet.
  2. Yeah! I was stoked to see this, because Affection was the first song I heard from them.
  3. Order here: https://cigarettes-after-sex.backstreetmerch.com/vinyl/affection-single-us. I don't know how long it's been up, but I haven't seen any announcements for this. It isn't listed on their Discogs page either.
  4. Figured I'd make a thread about this since I haven't seen anything about them. Anyone know anything about a physical release of the SATURATION trilogy? Apparently Kevin Abstract said in a Q&A that he wanted to do a limited physical release, but I haven't found anything concrete. I did, however, find something interesting while looking around: Maybe an RSD Black Friday release? Hopefully something comes soon!
  5. I just wanna know so I can put it on my Deadformat
  6. From what I remember, the new ones sounded more in-line with the Psychopomp stuff, but she only played like 3 or 4 new ones. If I had to guess, I would say the new album will probably have a few songs like Machinist too. One of the new songs was a fleshed-out reworking of Road Head and it was phenom.
  7. Secretly Society is also selling a bundle with the red record, the CD, a cassette with midi versions of the songs, and a companion book too: https://www.secretlystore.com/soft-sounds-from-another-planet-japanese-breakfast It comes out to $42. Kinda steep, but I got it anyway because I have the deluxe of Psychopomp too. I saw her last night and it was incredible! The new songs sound amazing.
  8. Excellent! Thanks for the info! I have speakers in my living room and in my bedroom, so I switch between them depending what room I'm in. My apartment has kind of a weird layout haha.
  9. Thanks for the advice! That helped a lot. I don't know many places at which I'd be able to to test out these amps, but I'll do some more research. In the meantime, if anyone knows of any specific speakers that pair well with the amps I mentioned above, let me know! Another question: I remember looking into this a while ago, but I don't remember finding something that really answered it. When buying speakers for a (let's say) 100w amp, is it necessary that I get 100w speakers? Essentially, I'm not entirely sure how to pair speakers with amplifiers wattage-wise. I assumed it was just that you needed to make sure the wattage for the speakers was as close as possible to the wattage for the amp, but I remember reading that it was more complex than that.
  10. Yeah, the plan is to eventually replace everything. I've read the guide; I was just wondering if any of these amps pairs better with my turntable than the other options (if that even really matters at this level) or if anyone knows what the weakest link is right now.
  11. I've had my Debut Carbon for a few years now, and I'm thinking about upgrading my setup. Here's what I have currently: Pro-Ject Debut Carbon (with the Ortofon 2M Red that it came with) -> Sony STR-AV320 (receiver with phono input) -> Sharp CP-BA2650 speakers (in Speaker A) and Bose Interaudio 2000 speakers (in Speaker B ) Everything besides the turntable was given to me for free or super cheap, so I'm looking to swap some of those parts out. The problem is that I don't know what the bottleneck in my setup is. Does anyone have any experiences with this receiver or these speakers? If so, where should I go from here? For amps, I've been looking at the Yamaha A-S501, Onkyo A-9050, Music Hall a15.3, and the Marantz PM5004 or 6005. I also have a TCC TC-750LC preamp that I got before I got the receiver. Would it be worth it to throw this into my setup now, or is it not going to have much of an effect? Thanks in advance!
  12. post your set-up thread

    Whoa did Cigarettes After Sex put out that EP on vinyl?