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Q Series Now Available With Walnut Finish

Announcing the addition of our exquisite walnut finish to the Q Series.

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Muscle Shoals and the Swampers

A couple hours south of Nashville in a small town along the banks of the Tennessee River, two forces helped change the musical landscape of the 60s and 70s. This is the story of Muscle Shoals.

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Did You Hear That? James Blunt - You're Beautiful

The first installment in our new series Did You Hear That? takes a look at the backstory and a famous error in one of the most popular songs of the new century.

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LSX Accessories Take Your Listening to Another Level

Following the launch of the compact two-speaker wireless music system, the LSX, KEF introduces the LSX Accessories range, consisting of the S1 Floor Stand, the B1 Wall Bracket and the P1 Desk Pad. All product will be available in August, and pre-orders are being accepted.

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Masters of Sound: Composer Jonathan Miller On His Gear and Composing for Television

Jonathan Miller is a Los Angeles-based composer who has composed over 7000 pieces of music for film and television in the past fifteen years. Some of his credits include Jay Leno’s Garage (CNBC), 1000 Ways to Die (Spike), Flip That House (TLC), Wild Justice (NatGeo), Around the World in 80 Days (History) and the film American Jedi. Jonathan sat down with us for a quick chat to talk about his gear, which features the LS50 Wireless and the art and science of scoring for film and television.

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The Railroad, The Radio and the Record: Three Technologies That Gave Birth to American Music

The very history of America, and the rest of the world after World War One, is told through the music of sharecroppers, itinerant laborers, the Southern church, former slaves, immigrants and settlers, and the three technological advances that brought it all to the rest of the world.

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