2015 LPR Holiday Gift Guide




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:
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.
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)
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)
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)
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)

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)