The Analogue Foundation’s Listening Station, built to faithfully reproduce vinyl’s original signature, completes its European tour in Berlin at the end of July. Following stints in London, Amsterdam, Barcelona and Paris, the tour will kick off at Soho House Berlin on Friday, July 21st before spending the week at Oye Records in Prenzlauer Berg from Saturday, July 22nd to Friday, July 29th.
The Analogue Foundation was founded by Audio-Technica, Grammy Award winning producer and studio engineer Russell Elevado and international art and genre-bending music group Soundwalk Collective. They kick off their stay in Berlin with an evening at Soho House Berlin featuring a talk session with Max Gossler from newly-minted Berlin pressing plant Intakt!, Mary Luccioni from party series Africanacidisthefuture and Jazzanova’s record collector supreme Claas Brieler.
Simone Merli and Kamran Sadeghi from Soundwalk Collective will also be joining the panel and the event will culminate in a lounge party in Soho House’s Red Room, soundtracked by Claas Brieler, with the Listening Station on-show throughout the evening. There will also be a screening of Soundwalk Collective’s Before Music There Is Blood.
During the Listening Station’s residency at Oye Records, anyone visiting the store will be able to sample records on the state-of-the-art analogue system.
For information go to analoguefoundation.com/listeningstation.