Sounding Out! Podcast Episode #6: Spaces of Listening / The Record Shop
Happy Record Store Day! #RSD13
In honor of Record Store Day (4/21!!!!) our latest podcast investigates what it means to inhabit the most profound of listening spaces, the record store. While we have done some written investigation of this space–see Jacqueline Dowdell’s January post “The Specialty Record Shop”–this podcast is an aural collage/conversation between music lovers of many stripes: academics, record store owners and employees, and artists. This is a discussion about analog space in a digital age, and all the broken jewel cases in-between. Themes of desire, consumption, community, and aesthetics drift amidst the respondents as they address the magical space of the record shop through their lived experience.
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Respondents (in order of appearance):
Benjamin Gold is a freelance writer from New Jersey. His thoughts on music and movies haven’t been published in that many places…
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