Records made from plain old vinyl are so yesterday. What about records made from chocolate, ice, wood, or even human blood? These unique curiosities range from delightful to absurd, to poetically sombre.
Breakbot’s Edible, Playable Chocolate Record
Can’t consume a whole LP’s worth of chocolate? Here’s a more reasonably-sized chocolate 7” by Gonzales.
Shout Out Louds’ Ice Record Project
3D Printed Records
Laser Cut Wood Records
Jack White’s Liquid-Filled “Sixteen Saltines” 12”
The Great Gatsby Soundtrack On Vinyl Coated With Platinum & Gold
Coming on to the scene in 1985, Whitney Houston became a success story almost overnight. Her self-titled debut album was a surprise hit overnight, spawning singles such as the pop classic, How Will I Know, and the tender R&B swing of Saving All My Love For You. It was followed […]
Air release Twentyears as a box set next month. This is a 5-CD anthology including hits, remixes and rare tracks – the hits and rarities come pressed on lucky dip coloured vinyl records along with a poster. Whilst you wait for the new arrivals, here at eil.com we have a vast […]
….major music rarities at eil towers this week, include a tasty slice of UK vinyl from cult folk/psych act Heron, a jazz fan’s dream in the shape of a 1961 Riverside Sonny Rollins ‘Sound Of Sonny’ LP, a Taiwanese Norah Jones Hybrid Audio CD, some wonderful early Led Zeppelin vinyl pressings, more top UK […]