Monique Gionet started collecting vinyl again in 2005 after she found her old record collection at her parents’ house. By 2006 she had sold off her entire CD collection and it’s been a love affair for the vinyl experience ever since. When she’s not spinning, she has a day job as a Technical Writer and moonlights as a lifestyle blogger on her website moniquegionet.com. Loves include fresh-cut flowers, Earl Grey tea, her 2 family cats, her Boston Terrier puppy, and her 4 elephant fosters from the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust.
In the spirit of sharing the music we like, I don’t want to give you a hard-core review here; I’d rather just scratch the surface of this album a tiny bit (metaphorically speaking, of course), and tell you why I
Let’s face it, we all have some albums in our collections that might make our other vinyl-loving friends question our sanity. Rekkids that should be filed under, “I’ve probably only ever listened to this once but I refuse to get