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  1. I want to sell some stuff before the holidays, so I'm going to make a special shipping offers to the many fine VCers here: http://www.discogs.com/seller/raindogtrombone/profile Canadians, $4 shipping for 1LP valued at $10 or more, or $5 for unlimited shipping on all of the stuff I have for sale. Or, even better, pay the Canadian equivalent of what I'm offering in US$ on anything I sell if you pick up in Toronto (except for the Hayden LPs). So, if I'm selling for $10US, you can have it for $10CAD cash.... Americans, $4 shipping for 1LP, $5 shipping for 2 LPs, with maybe $1 more per additional LP. International: $5 shipping for 2 LPs with a total value more than $15. I know that doesn't sound so special, but shipping is hella expensive from Canada. I will gladly take a loss on that to provide you with some nice sounding musics. Deals to be had. I will gladly make some deals if you ask politely. Edit: Also, some gear for cheap (all prices in US, including shipping anywhere in the world) Brainwavz S1 - New in box - $25, another pair used for max 20 hours - $20 Apple Earbuds - New - $15 Shure SRH-840 - Very decent shape, was about to sell to a guy who insisted that the band was loose/broken, and then twisted them all over to show me how loose they were, but honestly I'm pretty sure he did that to try to lower my price, which is annoying, because they are great cans. The fit is still pretty good, but the clamping pressure is probably slightly less than it would be if new. Bits of wearing on the headband where the fake leather meets your head (pics if needed). $85 OBO (trades welcome too). Ortofon 2M Red Stylus only (on a damaged cart) - stylus has maybe 10-12 hours total - $40 Ringmat Developments - Ringmat 330 (kind of a cork slipmat) - I honestly have no idea how to price this. It's this thin slipmat that's apparently really good, except that I have an acrylic platter, and don't really have a use for it. I was given it essentially for free when buying some other gear for someone. Will gladly send this to a good home for pretty much the cost of shipping, or as an add on when buying other LPs. Details about it here: http://www.ringmat.com/products/ringmat.htm $0? Bravo Audio V1 Headphone Amp - Used for maybe 150 hours, give or take. Definitely burned in. Nice sound, great cheap beginner amp (though I will say, it gets very hot). $40.
  2. On September 18, Merge Records will present The Diet, the debut album from HeCTA. Using the idea of combining the notion of “song” and elements from stand-up comedy, and electronic music and a shared love of the electronic form and its many permutations, HeCTA respectfully, playfully explored and experimented to make The Diet. HeCTA is Scott Martin (drums, percussion, piano, synths, programming, editing), Ryan Norris (synthesizers, vocoder, electric guitar, electric bass, synth bass, programming, editing), and Kurt Wagner (voice, keyboards, programming, editing). Kurt offered these words to describe the HeCTA concept: As HeCTA, we take our approach seriously and are respectfully aware of the great electronic music created throughout its history continuing into the present—so much so that when it came time to mix these recordings, we reached out to some of the central figures of the genre. Such greats as Morgan Geist, John McEntire, and Q all had a hand in shaping the refined sound we present to you. With invaluable creativity and engineering by Jeremy Ferguson at Battle Tapes in Nashville, we together created what we consider to be a collection of songs that move and move through you, from the dashboard to the dance floor, from Decatur to Dornburg, from Dorchester to Detroit. Suck it up, hippies. This music is our attempt to extend the boundaries of our expression and have some fun. It’s not Americana, house, techno, trap, juke, or blaze. Why would it be? And like any good diet, it will be reviled then ultimately loved by all who give it a chance to work its way into their lives. We love you for trying, and we’re trying to love you back. The first 250 LP preorders will receive limited edition translucent red vinyl. All preorders will receive a signed poster while supplies last. LP includes a coupon for a full download. Preorders will ship to arrive on or around the release date of September 18.
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