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What got you into collecting records?To be honest I really got into music through my first streaming service subscription ( I know don’t attack me ) but slowly as I started building my taste and having music that had emotional value or were just pure awesome to listen to I need some tangible physical way to show I own this music , and or I respect this artist enough or love this album to the extent that I want to be able to hold it. Another reason was my dadu who was really into records in his day and the fact that I adore album covers and all the art that surrounds it. I have band as well and we all listen to similar music int the streams of indie rock, alt rock , punk and blues. The sort mixing of all these genres build our sound and the whole idea of someone owning a piece of music really drew m to vinyls. Not just that look at the brilliant cover art. Is collecting vinyl an expensive hobby?No doubt, also I’m only 16 however I try my best to use gift money or money that I’ve earned to purchase the records so they really mean something. A lot of my collection was inherited from my dadu as well so those original Indian pressings do hold a special place in my heart. The rest I scramble to get offers when I can , or I just borrow them from my friend uma. Does music on vinyl sound better than any other format?Definitely , when it comes down to it it’s a real experience, going through an entire album. Holding the cover art in your hands , going through the credits or any other posters etc. that may come with the album. In todays single oriented world , it feels amazing to be able to appreciate music that isn’t an overproduced 808 bass synth. Not just that but there are certain minute details that u cant hear on mp3. Nothing can replace the expernece of flippig the recor and placing the needle. How often do you listen to vinyl?Weekends or when I’m doing math. I mainly try and find as much time as I can. During my vacations I go through around 3 albums a day. I try and listen to them as much as possible.How large is your vinyl collection and which is the most valuable record in your collection?I have around 17 records at this point, out of which 6 I have purchased from the revolver club. I have 5 most valuable records 1. Neil diamond - hot August night 1972 at the Greek theatre ( cuz it’s my dadus and I love Neil diamond and his showmanship 2. Arctic monkeys - AM as it’s one of my favourite albums in general and I had to wait so long for it to arrive that it made listening to it that much sweeter 3. Melophobia – cage the elephant a record I bought after my exams , I had heard of the band but not the album and I had only heard one song off it. So I took a risk and I now absolutely love the record it has some brilliant cuts.4. Cocktail movie soundtrack this one gets the whole family singing along from “Kokomo” by the beach boys to “ all shook up “5. After the disco - broken bells this was the first album I heard that taught me an album is a collective work and it’s space and psychedelic influences evoked a real love for music in me . The album has a clear connection to 60s science fiction. The whole mystery and aura of that record never fails to pull me in Tell us about your turntable setupTurntable - crosley some model ( not a cruiser ) it has anti skate and all that by I will definitely upgrade it when possible Amplifier - DENON 1707 avrSpeakers - JAMO 511Band link - https://www.instagram.com/smileyception/