Submerged Turntable Plays Vinyl – Video

Submerged Turntable

We already showed you many art installations like the Wood Slices Record Player or some wonderful vinyl record art by Ted Riederer here on DJ rooms. Artist Evan Holm also uses vinyl in his projects a lot. He built this stunning art installation combining nature elements like water and wood covered with moss. The spinning turntable creates a huge whirl in the black inked water basin. Unfortunately the non consistent speed of the turntable leads to a loss of sound quality. But as this is art, we really love the idea of playing a record under water. If you do not believe that this installation actually works, have a look at the second video with the making of below.


room of the week 61 – DJ Roger Lane

DJ Roger Lane

Vinyl freaks watch out! Here it is again: The perfect wall of sound. DJ Roger Lane from San Diego, California shared these wonderful pictures of his outstanding record room with us. Beside a collection of around 7000 vinyl records, stacked in IKEA Expedit shelves, Roger will tell more about his favourite hobby in a detailled interview. And you will learn more about his special indian door. Would you like to spin some Records with Roger?


The World’s Largest Vinyl Record – Video

Worlds Largest Vinyl Record

The world’s largest record on top of a building! The Eagles’ iconic album “Hotel California” has been placed on the roof of the round shaped Forum venue in Los Angeles to celebrate its reopening. It’s the world’s largest record to date. The promotion is to celebrate the reopening, which will feature a run of six shows by The Eagles in January. The album released in 1977 has sold over 32 million copies worldwide. The replica is about 4,884-inch in size and spins at 17 miles per hour (or 70 rpm). Passengers arriving at LAX airport should be able to spot the spinning record from the airplane. But where is the needle to play it?


room of the week 60 – GK Machine

GK Machine

A massive vinyl collection combined with producing gear. What do you want more for your sound pleasure? As we started DJ rooms on our Facebook site, we got in touch with GK Machine from Glasgow, Scotland and already published a little preview of his stunning room and setup. Two years later, we got him for a nice interview and wonderful panoramic pictures for our new room of the week volume 60. Have a look at his rare Roland Jupiter 4 synth.


room of the week 59 – DJ Othello

DJ Othello 02

Switzerland seems to be one of those spezial countries, where record collectors and DJs do know exactly how to design and arrange their DJ setup. DJ Othello from Lausanne contributes to our DJ rooms gallery with these wonderful pictures of his interior design and a little interview. A custom made DJ booth made out of dark colored glass provides him the perfect arrangement for his 3 turntables and his modded pioneer mixer. And Othello is a big fan of the limited golden Technics turntables 1200 GLD and the M5G that are completing his setup. You definitely have to check out this deluxe DJ console in our room of the week 59.


room by DJ Naund

DJ Naund

A warm welcome to DJ Naund, aka Rudi from Coesfeld, Germany. A room with a beautiful few from the flanking balcony. We really like this cozy room and we are sure the owner really enjoys playing records in here. You see his old setup in the first four pictures and his new setup in the new room in the last pictures below. Check out the Fisher Price Microphone.


Custom Cardboard Vinyl HiFi Console

Cardboard Vinyl Shelve

Ever imagined that your furniture could be built completely with carboard layers? Chris Cushingham from New York glued layer upon layer together and added a walnut wooden veneer to the front. The console was built to fit HiFi audio equipment and a part of your record collection. It’s an impressive console for showing vinyl records. Would this shelve fit your needs?


Gaslamp Killer’s Record Collection – Video

Gaslamp Killer

In this video The Gaslamp Killer (also known as William Benjamin Bensussen) is showing his producing studio and record collection in his house in Los Angeles, California. Known for his weird electronica and alternative Hip Hop beats, the interior design seems to be a mirror to his music. About 11.000 records split everywhere at his house with different listening areas and an archive at his mother’s. He owns some Flying Lotus test pressings, a sealed album section and shows some of his favourite records of his collection. Fuse did it again with a really great and intimate episode of Crate Diggers. Check it out!


littleBits KORG Modular DIY Synth Kit

littleBits KORG Synth Kit 01

littleBits teamed up with KORG to build the first modular synthesizer that comes in a DIY Kit. Every part can be combined easily with each other using magnets. The kit is especially easy to use for those who want to get their first hands on modular analogue sounds and its a fun tool for experts to create music. This lightweight package weights about 600 grams and comes with a two oscillators, a random noise module, a Keyboard, a Micro Sequencer, an Envelope Filter, Delay, Mix, Split and a Synth Speaker. Of course you can include other littleBits parts into your arrangement. The littleBits Synth Kit is based on the KORG-Modell MS20 mini. Let’s see how this tool works!


Hand Painted Vinyl Art by Daniel Edlen

Vinylart Covers

Daniel Edlen brings his fantastic drawing skills onto vinyl records by doing white acrylic portraits of the well known artists. Each portrait on the record album is hand-painted and unique. Daniel also does on demand work if you have a preference for your favorite artist. Some of his works are still available. Prices are about $280 for each. We think that’s a perfect way to immortalize your favorite artist on the best and most beautiful music source. Pictures say more than words – Take a look at these fantastic artworks we picked for you.