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When it comes to music collectives, a quick search on the Internet would reveal innumerable suggestions, ranging from framed Rolling Stones guitar picks to the vinyl copy of Lamar’s Damn, and much more. However, there are a few important things that every music-obsessive man should have in his living room. Let’s take you through some such sought-after items that’ll make you stand out from the crowd.
New York Music Map
Having lived in the New York during the 90s, Frank Broughton the creative director was greatly inspired from the place and wrote about various scenes of the city. However, it was the music of New York City that defined him eventually.
The New York music map is a joint effort by Broughton and his Kingdom Collective friends. It has been compiled and illustrated by Adam Hayes. The updated version of the map pinpoints every reference of New York in songs, with a corresponding website that takes you to the respective tracks which you can listen whenever you like (sound amazing on this Harman Kardon Esquire Mini Portable Wireless Speaker). The map is available in A2 and A1 sizes.
Music lovers know him as one of the most popular and best-selling artists of the present times, but Rory Graham, also known as Rag’n’Bone Man, used to be a member of Rum Committee (Brighton hip-hop collective) too.
Rory’s team has put in lots of efforts and created a limited edition ‘Rouben’s Rum’ to celebrate his amazing year! It’s a very nice blend of Scottish golden rum and an aged Caribbean rum, personally picked by Rory for all his friends and family. They have produced only a small batch of a few hundred bottles, with every bottle having its own unique number. It’s a must-have for any music-loving man who also loves his drink!
Fender Newport Bluetooth Speaker
This new-age speaker from Fender has been designed to look just like their classic 1968 custom amp, featuring volume knobs, retro grills, table and bass, and a highly satisfactory ‘on-off’ switch!
The Fender Newport Bluetooth speaker is extremely lightweight and can be easily moved around the house. It looks like a work of art that cannot fail to instantly catch the eye of visitors, owing to its authentic and appealing look. The treble and bass can be adjusted based on your personal preference, apart from excellent textures on bass, guitar and drums. The volume has a fairly wide range, and you’d be surprised how loud this small unit can be!
In case you’re a Eurovision fan, there’s nothing better than listening to your favourite performances on this unit and it’s all the more blissful if you enjoy some freebets.uk on the side. Betting on something like Eurovision, after all, is all about combining your passion for the music with some smart, strategic betting based on what sounds good to you. With the sheer musical bliss coming out of this wonderful unit, you have the best of both worlds, guaranteeing you a very memorable and hopefully profitable evening!
Meet Me in the Bathroom: Rebirth and Rock and Rock in New York City
A highly talked-about rock memoir of the year, this one has been penned by Lizzy Goodman who talks about some of the most important and lively music scenes in the 21st century. She beautifully captures some of the briefest moments upon her arrival in New York from Mexico in the year 1999, the time just before everything changed.
There are 161 interviewees who detail the tensions between various artists, focused particularly on The Strokes, who apparently were the last real rock stars of that era.