This is a place I’ve been meaning to visit for a very long time, but as it’s only open on very specific days of the week. But a couple of Saturday’s ago I managed to get there. It’s a lovely place. Somewhere that anyone in London should visit if they have any interest in musical instruments, especially the mechanical kind.
It’s small, much smaller than the one by the same name in Brussels, but it is great and I’m sure that I’ll be going again.
It was last weekend and I missed it completely. Which is a real shame for me. So, to make it up to myself I thought I’d post a few of my favourite cassette pictures.
Teac Blue Reel to Reel Cassette
Teac Black Reel to Reel Cassette
TDK Metal Cassette
A Cassette Shaped USB hub
Old fashioned Cassette Recorder (biscuit tin)
Tascam Cassette Multitrack
My most recent additions to my collection. Nothing startling really, but some fun stuff.
Such a shame really. Ok, it wasn’t the best pub in the world, but it was ok. It wasn’t terrible by any means. I had happy times there.
It makes me sad to see that there are so many pubs shutting down. It’s a bad sign. It says that communities aren’t finding places to be together anymore. That’s not good in any way.
I’ve talked about Heart n Soul a plenty here. These are some pictures from our last event at the end of July. It was awesome. A huge amount of fun.
It’s a kit for making a nice little model. I think I might have first seen it in Electronic Sound magazine and thought it would be a nice thing to have. Anyway, I\m sure I’ll get around to making it soon enough. When I do I’ll post a few pictures.
I mentioned the V&A Museum of Childhood the other day and when I saw these it reminded me of some of the things I saw there. Nice that they’re being remembered in stamps.