There’s an inherent aesthetic quality about records and turntables that makes diving into that subculture very enjoyable. The analog charm and mechanical performance combine for a piece of gear that is both timeless and very old school cool. So it’s very likely the inherent nostalgia of this generation is exactly why we’ve seen such a spike in record collecting. Now, to celebrate design, history, and cultural impact of record players, specialty book publishers Phaidon are releasing a massive anthology titled Revolution, The History of Turntable Design. Penned by audio design expert Gideon Schwartz, this coffee table book is loaded with stunning visuals and impressive details about the making of eye-catching record players. The book is available for pre-order now and will be released on October 19.