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DREAM MACHINES

Look no further if you want great-sounding speakers that can double up as alien robots

Eclipse TD712Z MK2

£6,500 eclipse-td.com

Taking these speakers out of their box might be the scariest thing ever, because they resemble eggs from the sci-fimovie Alien, but once you’ve placed them on their bespoke stands you’re presented with arguably the most distinct speaker design in the business. Each speaker egg spans 285×411×285mm, weighs 11kg and features a full-range speaker driver of 12cm backed by a powerful magnet. The shape and the technologies inside are designed to prevent distortions and destructive noise. If you want to stand out from the crowd, take a look at the Eclipse.

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About Long Live Vinyl

1969 was the year that changed everything for David Bowie, and in our exclusive cover feature we speak to his former girlfriend Hermione Farthingale, plus bandmates John 'Hutch' Hutchinson and George Underwood to get the inside story. With three new Bowie boxsets out this year, you won't want to miss these rare interviews with the people who knew Bowie best – and our stunning collector's cover. Elsewhere this issue, we meet the ever-engaging Richard Hawley for a pint and a chat about his new album, Further, while Calexico and Iron & Wine tell us about their collaboration LP, Years To Burn. On the 40th anniversary of Joy Division's stellar debut Unknown Pleasures, Peter Hook takes us inside the making of the album, and we look back at another classic, Talk Talk's The Colour Of Spring. We also pay tribute to US indie label Merge on their 30th birthday and hear from James Lavelle about working with DJ Shadow, Thom Yorke, Richard Ashcroft and Danny Boyle. If all that's not enough, we bring you 40 essential vinyl samplers and meet Super Furry Animals artwork designer Pete Fowler. Plus you'll find the widest range of new album, reissue and hi-fi gear reviews anywhere on the newsstand. Long Live Vinyl is THE magazine for vinyl lovers. Pick up your copy today…