The Analogue Foundation – a collaboration founded by Japanese audio specialists Audio-Technica, Grammy Award-winning producer and studio engineer Russell Elevado and the international art and genre-bending music group Soundwalk Collective – has teamed up with luxury travel lifestyle brand Globe-Trotter to bring you the ultimate listening station.
The Globe-Trotter X Analogue Foundation Listening Station allows you to play your favourite vinyl records on a customised turntable furnished with a selection of class-leading Audio-Technica phono cartridges, including the AT-ART9 magnetic core moving coil and AT33Sa Shibata stylus. A choice of hi-fidelity listening is provided by Audio-Technica’s flagship open-back reference headphones, the ATH-ADX5000, top-of-the range Art Monitor ATH-A2000Z closed back model, the renowned W series duo, the ATH-W1000Z and ATH-W5000 closed-back headphones and the hybrid, high resolution AT-HA5050H headphone amplifier.
Boasting Globe-Trotter’s signature luxury luggage design, the listening station also harbours a built-in cocktail drawer complete with a set of tumblers so you can sit back, relax and listen to the music while sipping your favourite tipple.
The Analogue Foundation aims to unite musicians, DJs and producers around the world to celebrate the essence of analogue. The Globe-Trotter X Analogue Foundation Listening Station tours the world enabling people to experience analogue sounds at its finest.
About Analogue Foundation
The Analogue Foundation, established by Audio-Technica, Russell Elevado and Soundwalk Collective, aims to unite musicians, DJs and producers around the world to celebrate the essence of analogue. The Foundation demonstrate to music listeners the beautiful experience that analogue provides by hosting a listening station in iconic record stores around the world. Talks and events have also been held in cities, such as London, Amsterdam, Barcelona and Paris with local artists and musicians who embrace the analogue lifestyle.