“Record Digging vs Clicking — Can Vinyl Culture and Algorithms co-exist?” presented by Music Estonia, Terminal Records&Bar and Music Is My Sanctuary

Vinyl records have outlasted cassettes, CD’s and mp3’s. But much more than a question of format, record digging is a passion, vocation and worldwide community. How can this community continue to thrive in a music landscape dominated by algorithms?

Join an event that tackles the different sides of this question via
▪ talk, interview led by Sander Varusk and Q&A with Music Is My Sanctuary founder Lexis (Alexis Charpentier) from Montreal, Canada;
▪ music community discussion and meet-up.

The event is free of charge.

Lexis (Alexis Charpentier) is the founder of the Music Is My Sanctuary platform and collective (in 2007) as well as the 24 Hours of Vinyl worldwide event series. He is an event organizer, curator, record collector, radio host, DJ and deeply passionate about the role of the record collector community. Since being invited to give a TED Talk on the culture of record digging, he has also explored how this community can stay thriving on purely digital platforms.

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