gifts for sensitive listeners

A reproduction of Édouard-Léon Scott de Martinville’s original Au Clair de la Lune phonautogram, the earliest intelligible recording of the human voice.
Dries sofa by Jayson Home (for epic lounging).
Lead Kindly Light, by Sarah Bryan and Peter Honig: 'A portrait of the rural American South between the dawn of the twentieth century and World War II [through] two CDs of traditional music from early phonograph records and a fine hardcover book of never-before-published vernacular photography.'
Steve Roden: i listen to the wind that obliterates my traces, 'a collection of early photographs related to music, a group of 78rpm recordings, and short excerpts from various literary sources that are contemporary with the sound and images.'