A group of audiophiles is banding together to create a world-class listening experience in Kansas City. Flatland profiles Listyn KC founder Kelsyn Rooks and the Center For Recorded Music — “a temple of sorts to the vinyl art form” — planning to house a nightclub/museum with a ultra hi-fi stereo system, curated playlists and special guests.
“It’s as much about the community we’re building as it is the facility,” founder Kelsyn Rooks said. “It’s more about giving people a place to come and share this incredible musical journey that we’re all on, and give them tools that individually they probably can’t afford. The average person can’t afford a $150,000 stereo system. But here they can listen to it five nights a week, and ultimately even seven.”
Find out more about Listyn KC via Flatland, and hear a selection of tunes from past live Listyning Room events.