Romanus Records is pressing everything from razor blades to brewery grains into their stacks of wax.
Limited edition records offered by the label include “dino bones” and brewery grains buried under the vinyl surface, as well as incredible silver and gold records that look like they belong behind the altar of a lavish ancient temple. “We are always trying to push the bounds of creativity of what can be put in a record,” says Romanus Records CEO Chris Banta. “It’s such an open-ended artistic format, with endless possibilities.” These endless possibilities include experimenting with dead fly-filled records and even “placenta-filled” vinyl. Luckily those two haven’t met Romanus’ audiophile standards just yet. Read more about the project here, and scroll down for some images of their crazy creations.