10 FEB 2018, 3:00PM
The Penang House of Music director Paul Augustin shares his crate-digging adventures in rescuing and archiving a wide and dusty array of Malaysian vinyl records from a distant past. This is a project that has seen him salvaging precious and important local records and “piring batu” found in the unlikeliest of places — under kampung houses, abandoned chicken coops and junk stores. A turntable session will also highlight lost, obscure or forgotten Merdeka-era and 1960s recordings. Moderated by Daryl Goh, a journalist, deejay and music enthusiast.
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