Music junkies know all about VNYL, the vinyl record subscription service founded by Nick Alt that also owns a rad little store on Abbot Kinney in Venice. If you thought exploring the space's decks and records was cool before, swing by asap to check out TRNTBL, the company's first-of-its-kind vinyl record player that automatically identifies music you spin on vinyl to allow for social sharing and an exclusive tune-in feature via Spotify.
Made to feel accessible and less intimidating than your average record player, TRNTBL also streams uncompressed audio to Sonos, AirPlay, and Bluetooth devices, brilliantly merging old-school record playing with modern technology.
Swing by VNYL soon to check out TRNTBL IRL — which comes in black and gold or creme and gold — and pre-order yours for $351 (regular price is $420) starting this Saturday, April 30th for $351. The shop tells us that the turntable will officially ship to customers sometime this summer.
VNYL Venice is open Monday through Sunday from 11am to 8pm.