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The Analog Vault (above) offers a specially curated mix of vinyl records, books, and magazines. The store stocks more than 2,000 vinyl records for the discerning audophile.

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The Analog Vault (above) offers a specially curated mix of vinyl records, books, and magazines. The store stocks more than 2,000 vinyl records for the discerning audophile.

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Curator Sharon Seet, 33, (left) and Mr Ow Yong, who are part of the team behind The Analog Vault.

On the record with a new retail concept

The Analog Vault, which opened on Aug 15, offers a specially curated collection catering to both audiophiles and bibliophiles.
Aug 28, 2015 5:50 AM

SINGAPORE may be one of the most progressive countries in Asia, but good luck trying to find remnants of the past, as Eugene Ow Yong discovered in more than 25 years of hunting down old-school vinyl records to feed his passion for analog music.

Says the 43-year-old co-founder of specialty

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