Known for its live music scene, Austin has become a mecca for artists and music lovers alike throughout the years. As the holiday season approaches, we’ve rounded up music-inspired gift ideas that your fellow Austinite is sure to love.
For loved ones that boast an impressive vinyl collection, this Crosley C10 with a state-of-the-art tonearm is the perfect gift to put under their tree. And with a dark wood finish, this turntable will look great in any room of the house.
Handmade Musical-Note Silk Tie, Ralph Lauren ($165). The Domain, 512-490-0812
Perfect for the guy in your life, this Ralph Lauren tie inspired by the 1950’s is a subtle nod to their love for music. Made from Italian silk jacquard, this tie was cut on a 45-degree bias, so you never have to worry about it twisting or turning.
If your friends or family love to have music playing throughout their home all day long, look no further than this speaker from Stelle Audio. With 360-degree sound and voice prompt abilities, this device plays music wirelessly through any Bluetooth-enabled device, allowing everyone to have a chance at showcasing their favorite playlists.
Music Note Pendant, Tiffany & Co. ($175). The Domain, 512-835-7300
As part of their Paloma’s Graffiti collection, this music note pendant from Tiffany & Co. is both elegant and understated, perfect for wearing throughout the day and night.
If you’re friends and family are sick of having to untangle the wires of their earbuds every time they want to listen to their favorite tunes, these wireless headphones from Master & Dynamic are the perfect solution. And with a chic, leather exterior, they are the ideal accessory for every ensemble.
75 Years of Capitol Records, Taschen America LLC ($150). Barnes and Noble, 5601 Brodie Ln #300, 512-892-3493
Featuring a foreword by Beck, essays by cultural historians, and hundreds of images from Capitol’s archives, this book takes a look back at the past 75 years of Capitol Records, and the evolution of music throughout that time. Perfect for the coffee table, this book is a great gift for music lovers who also love to read.