Category Archives: Quickies

The Quickies category contains articles which are very brief in nature. They may be updates to articles and events, or advice about changes.

Merry Christmas & Happy New Year!

Wishing my customers, readers, friends and supporters a very Merry Christmas, happy New Year and an amazing 2019!

I’m taking a much-needed break over the holiday period. Liquid Audio is closed for business from December 22, until January 15, 2019. If you are a customer or subscriber, check your inbox for my Christmas email. In the meantime, wishing you all a merry Christmas and a very happy New Year.… Read more

Site Improvements :)

Hi audio friends, just a very quick update today to let you know about a few site improvements I’ve made recently.

Firstly, I’ve revamped my Contact page. Improvements mean it’s now easier to submit enquiries and I’ve added a country of residence field, which helps me respond to the many overseas messages I receive.

Secondly, I’ve added a feedback form to my Customer Feedback page.… Read more

Queens of the Stone Age Rock Perth Arena

Rippling bass lines, droning guitars and pounding drums filled Perth Arena last night, as Queens of the Stone Age kicked out the jams for a very appreciative crowd.

Josh Homme and the band were in fine form as they ground out a long list of classics and new stuff from their repertoire. We were lucky enough to be up the front, in the pit, but things mostly stayed pretty civilised.… Read more

Vinyl Goodness – New Opeth 180 Gram Coloured Vinyl!

This quick vinyl goodness update is for all vinyl and / or Opeth lovers out there. I’ve just received some fabulous new 180 gram, virgin, coloured and clear double-vinyl pressings.

Talk about vinyl goodness, and before Opeth and vinyl guys go crazy, yes of course I already owned My Arms Your Hearse on vinyl! It’s one of my favourite records and I’ve got an earlier, 2008 Back on Black / Candlelight 180g clear, double-vinyl release.… Read more

New Hi-Fi Repair Hall of Shame Dedicated to Bad Repairs

Hi, a quick update to let you know that I’ve just created a new page, dedicated to bad repairs. My aim is to raise awareness about the diabolical workmanship of certain ‘repairers’, especially local guys, who destroy good hi-fi gear.

My new Hi-Fi Repair Hall of Shame has one focus – to expose bad repairs, where a pattern of bad repairs from a particular repairer is evident.… Read more