Not the first time we have mentioned the design, but we really have fallen for this Mangiadischi Penny portable 7-inch record player in orange. Read more
Now this is cool. One of the most iconic singles of the punk era is back as a very limited edition. That’s The Buzzcocks Spiral Scratch EP. Read more
In the early '70s, the iPad was still science fiction and the Walkman was probably in the early stages of being on the drawing board. If you wanted music on the go, something like this 1970s space age Penny portable 7-inch record player would be the thing to have.
Don't ask us how, but the AirVinyl app claims to turn your MP3 collection into a set of vinyl on the go.
We did feature one of the company's prints last week, but this 45RPM – The Smiths Record Label Print by The Design Conspiracy has also caught our eye.
Ok, so you don't want your table damaged by a mark off a cup or glass, but you don't want some crumby coasters kicking around either. The solution? Get some stylish coasters – like these Vinyl Coasters at Paul Smith.
Not coasters that look like vinyl, these used to be vinyl – made from abandoned/damaged records, then rescued and recycled into something for the home.
The downside of being so eco is that you don't know which coasters you'll get – depends what records dropped into the factory that day. But you do get six in a pack, with a price of £15.