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  1. my bag: Home by The John Butler Trio Flamingo by Olympia A Bath Full Of Ecstasy by Hot Chip The People Tree by Mother Earth Jazz Samba by Stan Getz, Charlie Byrd Con Todo El Mundo by Khruangbin
  2. i was eyeing off a few of those, even had FKA Twigs in the basket. it passed the Discog quick reference but after i flicked through the tracks on Spotify I reconsidered.... it comes highly regarded but i didn't take to it
  3. anyone scratch their 20% off vinyl itch?
  4. moving on with the Aussie theme. Triple J have been calling it Oz music month so why not tag along
  5. ^^ is that Jimi a recent acquisition? I've seen several new items from his catalogue hitting the shelves in the last year or so.
  6. starting the day with a something solid
  7. his and hers not sure about the beer aspect of the pea blossom, doesn't really day but the WAF is high - a gateway brew?? really loving Black Hops lately. they have that nice balance - readily available at your local, doesn't try too hard, may not win a 5x shoot out, but its a tidy consistent performer. I like this "white IPA" its happily doing its own thing. makes you sit up and go "mmm... that's... well nice" then lets you get on with things. turning out to be a bit flat over time, but i can forgive that for now.
  8. 2 systems.... 1 for when s**t is getting real and the other for everyday listening which of course should be special in its own right i think you are on to something
  9. that was one of the more comprehensive reads I came across and that i could keep up with. I agree that the practical application of the theory and even proven test outcomes has many variables and this goes even beyond the flavour of noise to target. So i came away thinking a broad approach would be best. we are close to the crest of a suburban through road so while not a main road it gets steady traffic. the road is divided by direction outside the block with traffic going up the hill - and likely to still be gunning the engine for a little bit more - on the far side but 2m higher so at the level of the upstairs rooms. within the scope of our build project its often the labour not so much the material costs that add up. this extends to making the windows prior to delivery on site. with regard to the thicker glass the effort to make and install the windows vs 3 or 4mm panes was minimal vs making and installing double glazing. but back to the fencing - its seems my average Joe conclusion (assuming the fence material/construction can block sound in the first place) would be that unless it blocks line of site its not going to do much at all but even then the benefit is subjective. and to the point that there not be much at all.
  10. when its going/active the listed items have the discount applied and it shows how much has been taken off whether in your basket or not
  11. just curious - is anyone else is like me and only puts on a record if I can commit to listening to the whole release end-to-end. and then you fight any interruptions even if in the back ground while you read or internet like i occasionally do (not always of course) . you can't intentionally just listen to side C or skip it entirely. if you only have 45mins and its a +60min 2xLP that takes your fancy it will have to wait. etc etc etc its like I'm doing an injustice to the artist and more so the format, the brotherhood of vinyl. I put a CD or Spotify on and I'm happy to skip, replay, just do 2 or 3 songs.
  12. hello and welcome enjoy yourself, see you around
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