A UK company called And Vinyly is mixing the ashes of dead people into records to create a macabre memento of a person’s life.
They put the cremated body parts into raw vinyl that is used to make the discs.
And Vinyly was founded by British music producer Jason Leach in 2009 but has seen a surge in interest recently.
The hard part is supposedly choosing a record, with some opting for 12 minutes of laughter or songs with puns in the title.
For those who prefer a ‘minimal’ approach, And Vinyly can press the ashes into the vinyl with no song.