Michael Lavorgna  |  Aug 04, 2017
Lately I've been selling old things, buying new old things, and organizing the barn. This happens to be some of my favorite things to do. In so doing, I need appropriate music for the doing process as well as the aftermath. The peaceful part.
Joe Surdna  |  Aug 03, 2017
The dog days are upon us but there’s no rest here at Audiostream. For August we have quite a line up of eclectic and stunning tunes for you. Some Mississippi blues, minimalist classical, indie rock, ambient techno, ethiopiyawi electronic, feral rock, folkatronic, motorik kraut, hip hop, proto-post rock, experimental, afro-latin-world and perhaps controversially, plunderphonics. So let the sleeping dogs lie, make some cold-brew coffee, fire up the DAC, and get ready for some great music.
Steven Plaskin  |  Aug 03, 2017
The sMS-200ultra Mini Network Player
The Korean audio manufacturer SOtM (Soul of the Music™) has added a new mini network player to their stable of audio devices called the sMS-200ultra. Now some of you are going to ask just how the sMS-200ultra differs from the sMS-200 that I recently reviewed here at AudioStream...
Michael Lavorgna  |  Aug 02, 2017
In their review of the Bluesound Pulse 2 and Pulse Flex, Wired concludes with their Rating:
6/10—Strong audio and design, but the speakers are remarkably challenging to get going.
Michael Lavorgna  |  Aug 02, 2017
"This Friday, Stand With Bandcamp in Support of Trans Rights"
Michael Lavorgna  |  Jul 31, 2017
This list of favorites has quite a few favorite female vocalists. It also contains several live albums. There is something special about live albums, where attention is paid to the quality of the recording. I tried to include less known albums of well known artists. I hope you find something new and fun in this list.
Michael Lavorgna  |  Jul 28, 2017
I fell in a groove and I can't get up!
Michael Lavorgna  |  Jul 27, 2017
Professor Edgar Choueiri of Princeton University. photo: Stephen Mejias

Let's tease with some quotes. First from CES 2015, the first time I encountered Bacch 3D:

"One the biggest and most mind-boggling moments of CES 2015 was delivered by Professor (of applied physics) Edgar Choueiri of Princeton University."

"Color me more than wowed and let me state the more-than-obvious—this is ground-breaking technology that I hope we'll see trickle down into more affordable products."

And more recently, from Munich 2017:
Stephen Mejias  |  Jul 26, 2017
There is something in human nature that enjoys a bit of voyeurism, compels ordinary men and women to look into their neighbors’ windows while walking down the street at night, inventing stories of the things that live and happen inside.