No Ordinary Love

by Faze Island

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  • One-Sided 7" Lathe Cut Plexi


    What exactly is a lathe cut record?
    Lathe cut records are handmade, limited edition records on polycarbonate (plexiglass). They are NOT a direct substitute for vinyl. These records are each 100% handmade and cut in real time. The edges around the circumference of the disc are not perfect. These records are intended as pieces of playable art.

    How do these sound?
    Lathe cuts will always have some degree of surface noise/pops/crackles, which tends to largely disappear once the music starts. However, these lathe cuts are not audiophile records, or even comparable to standard pressed records.

    Are these as loud as a normal record?
    Unfortunately, No. The plastic that is used is harder than a lacquer that is used to master a pressed record, and the heads has to work much harder, resulting in less volume (about 75% that of a modern record). So, you will have to crank up your amplifier a few notches past where it usually sits.

    Will these play on any turntable?
    These records do not always play well on all turntables, especially cheap turntables without a weighted tonearm. Lighter tonearm weight and neutral anti-skating works best. Sometimes the needle will get caught in between the grooves and sound awful. You can usually gently nudge the needle sideways into the bottom of the groove, which should fix the problem. Inexpensive players with red cartridges/needles in particulars tend to have more problems than professional cartridges.

    Will these records degrade or hurt my needle?
    Absolutely not. These records are made out of hard polycarbonate plastic and will last as long as a pressed record. And your needle will not know the difference between this plastic or the PVC that pressed records are made of. The old adage that Lathe Cuts ruin your needle is a product of lacquer “dub plates” or “acetates”. Lacquers are extremely soft, and with repeated plays, the lacquer would wear off and build up on your playback needle.

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Respectfully reimagined with Roland CR-78 Compu-Rhythm, Korg Mono/Poly, Korg Polysix, Omnichord and Roland SVC-350 Vocoder. Limited edition of 20.


released August 1, 2017

Produced by Mike Mayfield June 2017.



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