NOTE – I no longer back kickstarter projects. I have been burned too many times by good ideas gone rogue. I like the idea of “It’s OK”, and I may buy one if it comes to retail, but I won’t be backing the kickstarter.
In the summer of 1979, the first portable cassette player of the world was introduced as the initial generation of personal music devices. Put on your headphones and insert your favorite idol’s cassette tape; press “Play”, listen to music anywhere, and watch the motion of the tape turning. Cassette players were popular in the entire ‘80s. It was the first time you could bring along your selection of music. It accompanied us in times of happiness and healed us in times of sadness. That is the splendid ‘80s era which people long for; those were the days when music still had weight.
As time passes, music has become digitized and everything is convenient. But a cassette tape is still romantic and unforgettable.
The new launching of IT’S OK Bluetooth 5.0 cassette player brings a new perspective to the romanticism of the ‘80s cassette player. It is the world’s first cassette player with Bluetooth 5.0 capability that not only supports traditional 3.5mm headphones but is also compatible with Bluetooth 5.0 headphones or speakers. Whether you are alone or in an open space, you can freely enjoy the penetrating voice and warm sound from the cassette tape.
If you are romantic enough, IT’S OK.
The multi-disciplinary Korean/Australian artist brings something incredibly unique with her latest track.
we’ve been hacked
my archived mini discs from 1995-1998(?)
it’s not v interesting
there’s a lot of it
if you want it, you can buy the whole lot here
18 minidisks for £18
the proceeds will go to Extinction Rebellion
as it’s out there
it may as well be out there
until we all get bored
and move on
18 track album
The monthly post that has my Spotify bangers playlist. These are the songs that I have liked, or loved, or found, or rediscovered over the month. Its my go to playlist for getting ready in the morning and often just has a whole bunch of random rad songs.
Standouts for this month include: