Booze And News: Tunetables

Howdy folks! Just wanted to share something quite brilliant with all you music-lovers out there. If, like me, you have an extensive collection of physical media (in my case, CDs), then chances are you’re precious collection is stored in some generic flat-pack shelving units. There’s nothing wrong with that – they do the job, but that’s all they do. Fance upgrading to something ultra-stylish, hand-made and purpose-built for music fans by a music fan. Meet Tunetables!

What we have here are bespoke tables that double as storage for CDs, tapes or vinyl. Each one is based on the aesthetic of music-equipment flight-cases – you know the sort of thing. I have to say, they look amazing. “The Tunetables idea was borne,” says inventor and Tunetables head, Rob Chappelhow, “out of a personal desire to have my music collection around me once again.” That’s something we can all appreciate. If you have a moment, head over to their website and check them out. Yes, you will be paying more than the price of a flat-pack, but then you are getting a whole lot more for your money.

Check out Tunetables below:


Jon Scott to release brand-new EP ‘Freedom – A New Jerusalem’

Singer and multi-instrumentalist Jon Scott has his eyes set on brand-new EP ‘Freedom – A New Jerusalem’. The project will be an important release that looks to unite the world we live in during the face of racial prejudice and social injustice.

Coming in a time of need, Jon Scott’s new EP is a healer that invites listeners into a sort of safe haven during the world’s current climate.

In his observations of the world and its battle against not only the pandemic but also social injustice, the EP highlights the Black Lives Matter movement.

Originally inspired in response to Donald Trump’s plans to build a US/Mexican wall, ‘Freedom – A New Jerusalem’ has taken a new meaning during these uncertain times.

On the new release, Jon mentions: “The inherent prophecy of the ‘wall theme’ then manifested itself in the on-street killing of George Floyd. Then amazingly, we saw the outpouring of humanity, love and oneness in the BLM demonstrations all over the world. For me, this is a vision of ‘a new Jerusalem’, a place where all God’s children can stand together as one humanity…

Out of all the craziness, hatred, spite and nastiness, the majority of folk all around the world marched together to stand up for what is blatantly right. It’s a seminal moment, era-defining and world awakening, particularly given the fact that this all occurred in lock down. In particular, I hope that the video will be a picture chronicle for the world of this amazing uplifting of spirit particularly for the future generations, as a benchmark of what we should be about as all god’s children  or if one prefers, children of one creation and of the universe”.

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