Vinyl Snackler

AfroDJMac & Animus Invidious released a Free Ableton Live Rack made by sampling 128 Vinyl Records. Capturing the grooves before the music begins, they looped the vinyl … Read more

The Vinyl Box

The Vinyl Box is a curated collection of sounds taken from the public domain. They range from guitar loops to ethnic instruments and dusty breakbeats. … Read more

Neve Vinyl Breaks

Old dusty vinyl breaks + little extra warm of Neve8801 = Lil’ fat gems!

RJD2’s Vinyl Collection

Crate Diggers profiles people with extraordinary vinyl record collections, with owners displaying and telling the stories behind their collections. In this episode, RJD2 talks about his darkest musical moment, why he’ll buy any record with “Philadelphia” songs on it, and why he thinks vinyl will die out with his generation.

Gaslamp Killer’s Vinyl Collection

Crate Diggers profiles people with extraordinary vinyl record collections, with owners displaying and telling the stories behind their collections. In this episode, the Gaslamp Killer discusses the Too $hort tape that got him into hip hop, his early DJ sets at a vegan Indian restaurant, & “gorgeous Italian psychedelic heaven.”

Young Guru’s Vinyl Collection

Crate Diggers profiles people with extraordinary vinyl record collections, with owners displaying and telling the stories behind their collections. In this episode, the “Sound of New York” and Jay-Z’s right hand man, Young Guru, talks about his early love of D.C. “go-go” music, U2 drum breaks and producing Jay-Z’s “Empire State of Mind”.

DJ Babu’s Vinyl Collection

FUSE checks in with DJ Babu of Dilated Peoples and The World Famous Beat Junkies for the latest installment of Crate Diggers. They talk what makes him tick and take an in-depth look at his record collection – a library of stacks representing multiple genres and countries, including a good number of joints from Poland. Babu discusses everything from his first records to country & western breaks and digging in Brazil with Cut Chemist and J-Rocc at a multi-level record store – an adventure that eventually led them to a mansion full of records. He also talks about the glut of vinyl shops in Japan, haggling for records and DJing a quinceañera. Babu reveals a few choice gems and offers some pretty funny commentary in the process. Press play above.

J Dilla’s Vinyl Collection

Crate Diggers profiles people with extraordinary vinyl record collections, with owners displaying and telling the stories behind their collections. In this episode, we celebrate legendary producer J Dilla, who has worked with The Roots, Common, Erykah Badu, Janet Jackson and A Tribe Called Quest. Then we join musician friends J. Rocc, DJ Spinna, Frank Nitt and Grap Luva in Detroit to open Dilla’s storage locker, never-before-seen to the public.