Many music buffs claim that vinyl is the only true way to listen to music, while other people think you should be able to wear less constricting fabrics, especially if this music-listening stuff is happening in public. Giving vinyl a life beyond music and clothing actresses in Barb Wire, Records & Stuff.
Fronted by a mechanical engineer and his entrepreneurial wife, R&S repurposes vinyls that have been too thoroughly scratched up into artsy-yet-practical home sprucers, dreaming up their idea last summer while musing that "people used to do it when they were younger", clearly illustrating that they are not up on all the latest medical advances.
These wall rockers add three hands of time to vinyls, and come either with no numbers or with numbers at the compass points, like one made from Queen's News of the Day, which is usually just "still not psyched about Charles's ears".
Album Cover Clocks
Utilizing the whole hog, they also make square-in-a-good-way clocks from album covers, like the ledge-hangin' Beatles release "The Beatles 1967-1970" which "shows some wear from over the years", but so does Paul, and he just keeps marrying pretty good-looking chicks, so it's not that big a deal.
To make sure the party rocks even if you don't, they've got heat-molded record bowls perfect for snackage and made with classics from Journey, to Aretha Franklin, to David Bowie, who is all about being covered in cheese.
They also sling clear-coated CD booklet-page ceramic coasters and authentic-album-cover notebooks, which music buffs would claim were the only true way to write about music, if they hadn't lost feeling in their hands from that constricting vinyl.