Here at Angle & Curve we love the new wave of BBC Radio 1 DJ’s and in our opinion Gemma Cainey tops them all. Not that we are biased in any way as she is seen here with a pair of our new Classic headphone MKII in Gold.
Over the course of next year Angle & Curve are working on a new range of headphones than incorporate everything we love, design, technology and audio excellence.
We are currently looking at the design of classic cars and have found that some of the most amazing designs have been overlooked in recent times. Without a shadow of a a doubt the car that had everyone at Angle & Curve in agreement was the elegance and simplicity of the Jaguar SS100 2.5 litre. The model here is from 1937,over 70 years ago!
When we launch our new range of headphones next year our only hope is that they will of such a good design that in 70 years from now someone might still appreciate them (that would be 2081)
Here in the Angle & Curve office we all have to squeeze our way into over-packed commuter trains and the London Tube. Mostly we all seek solice in our music, but on occasion we all like to bin public transport and hop on a a bicycle.
If you live in New York what do you ride?
If you live in Tokyo what would you ride?
In fact wherver you are in the world we want to know what you ride?
In London the current fashion is one of 2 forms of bicycle:
The Fixed Wheel
The Foldaway (Brompton, being the most popular London Based manufacturer).
In our office the desirability of both is clear. The fixed wheel can be modified to be as plain or as fussy as you like and it’s minimilist (no gears) configoration saves on maintenance needs and weight to make zipping around the streets of London very easy.
The Brompton is brilliantly engineered and is small enough to actually hop on and off a train with and although it looks ‘underwheeled’ it has a gear set that helps you go a quite a pace.