Seems like music is now more important than ever. We’re definitely listening to more music at home than we could have ever imagined.  But it’s not just casual listening that’s increasing – more people now have the time and interest in seriously sitting down and listening to music or even an entire album. I can’t […]

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When clients visit us, we often begin our conversation talking about the kind of music they listen to, where they want to listen to music, and if they are interested in listening to vinyl records. At this point, most people have already decided whether or not they are going to be record collectors. We encourage […]

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Western Faded Haze keeps the mind flowing with timeless fuzzed out funky grooves. The music swerves in and out of moods and is always flirting with the spirit and feeling of halcyon days. These guys play live on vinyl and also makes damn good tapes.

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The apotheosis—some would say the nadir—of country music suffering was reached in the Western Electric Sound System room put together by Soundlux Audio. There, Vu Hoang (above) took the perilous step beyond Steely Dan’s “Black Cow” (as in black sheep?) to Tennessee Ernie Ford’s “Please Release Me” and The Carpenter’s “This Masquerade.” The superb sound […]

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Art Week Music Break at Soundlux Audio is a sharable experience providing a multi-sensorial environment. You’re invited to hang out, listen to music and reinvigorate. Join us as we present curated programs each day on the world’s best two-channel tube audio systems and integrated ambient lighting designed by raw popup.

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Soundlux Audio will be spinning vinyl records in the music loading dock of our building using the ultra-rare Western Electric 13A Horn Speaker. This monster of a speaker was built in the 1920s and was the first HI-FI speaker ever made. Almost a hundred years later and this speaker still rocks!  Please visit us to […]

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