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2015 LPR Holiday Gift Guide

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Struggling with what to get some of your more, ahem, difficult loved ones this year? Our staff put together a guide of items (that we all secretly want ourselves) that would make great gifts for the music lover in your life. From membership packages, to gadgets & everything in between, we’ve got you covered:
 
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The LPR store is currently packed to the brim with gifts for the music lover in your life. Shop discounted memberships, t-shirts, pins & more here.
 
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Display your ever growing vinyl collection in style with hand-crafted wooden frames from Blisscraft & Brazen (available at Etsy)
 
Turntable Kitchen subscription, a curated food and music discovery experience, delivered to your door. (available here)
 
For the gear-head in your life, a LittleBits Modular Synth kit (available here)
 
Gift a film-lover a new film a day with a subscription to MUBI (available here)
 
For the curious, a membership to our new favorite NYC museum, the Morbid Anatomy Museum (available here)
 
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Store your vinyl in a clean & simple Ghostly International x Gra[in] Craftworks crate (available here)
 
Created by BrandNewNoise, a thumb piano with built in recording & looping capabilities (available here)
 
“Truckdriver, Gladiator, Mule”, singer-songwriter Neko Case’s complete discography on vinyl. Featuring remastered tracks, 80-page photography book & vinyl slipmat (available here). See her live at the Apollo Theater on December 4th.

 
A membership from our friends at the Film Forum (available here)
 
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Stay warm with unique tech inspired designs from Glitch Textiles (available here)
 
Adorn your tree with ornaments made from old music scores (available here)
 
M Train by musician & poet, Patti Smith. (details here)
 
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Tune in with an acoustic smartphone amplifier (available here)
 
Stay up to date with a McSweeney’s book release subscription and you’ll receive the next 8 books they publish (details here)
 
Change the way you hear the world with the first in-ear audio system by Here (available here)
 

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Keep your vinyl organized with wooden record dividers from Kate Koeppel (available here)
 
A collection of criticism by female rock critic, Jessica Hopper (available here)
 
Maintain an old school aesthetic in your home with a Tivoli AM radio (available here)
 

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