Thru You is an interesting seven-track album using potentially the largest sample library in the world: YouTube; what results is an eclectic but surprisingly cohesive group of songs.
The humble inkjet printer gets top billing with this music video for Mistabishi’s Printer Jam; it’s a purely instrumental drum ‘n bass piece set to great CG work by Kenny Frankland.
Billboard calls U2′s No Line On The Horizon “experimental fare,” so it’s no surprise to see intense polarization for and against the upcoming album’s unique sound; it’ll be available 3/3.
With nine finishes including Zebrano and Cognac, Dual’s Consoles & Mixing Desks are targeted towards DJs with an eye for modern design; each can be customized with add-ons.
You won’t be mistaken for Van Halen anytime soon, but iShred lets you jam on your iPhone with a stomp box effects; chords are assigned by buttons, leaving you free to strum away.
Fans of Space Invaders, your day has come: Rokysopp’s “Happy Up Here” music video breathes life into our favorite pixelated alien baddies, who then proceed to lay waste to a city.
Alesis’ ProTrack stereo audio recorder now works with the iPod Touch; you’ll get up to 13 hours per GB via condense and dynamic mics or mixer outputs; you’ll also need iProRecorder.
Drop beats, not TIE Bombers: this AT AT Boombox is a repurposed JVC mini audio system with a matte black, white and red color scheme that recalls Darth Vader’s chest panel.
Mad props to dancin’ fool Ely Kim: BOOMBOX is a nearly 10 minute video of Ely as he gets jiggy over 100 days to 100 songs in 100 locations; read the comments here for the playlist.
This Deluxe Stratocaster Coffee Table is a must for fans of the Strat; it’s made in the USA with vintage-tinted hand-selected maple and sports six flush-mounted tuning peg caps.
Coding the software will be a doozie, but 4 Leaf could be the ultimate platform for DJ battles; touchscreens handle up to four iPods while music is streamed to a PA system via Bluetooth.
While most of their hardcore fans are getting a little bit gray, this KISS Kubricks 4-pack gives the tongue-wagging heavy metal band a block-style makeover; it should ship this month.
Perfection is only a click away with Guitar: Impossible; he uses the miracle of video editing, over 1,000 cuts and 6 hours of tabbing to make a perfect, if staccato-ey rendition of Mozart.
Crazy all-over print + retro vinyl stylings + monochrome ink job: we’re finding it hard not to pick up thatrobert’s Listen to the B-side tee; it’s sold via crowdfunded printer Cameesa.
LIve from Game On Night in Queensland, Australia: Herovision is a live video setup that lets ordinary folks (as well as Darth Vader’s 501st Legion) groove on stage using Rock Band.
Designed for people with small rooms (but big wallets), Von Schweikert Audio’s Unifield 3 features a SEAS Excel magnesium woofer in a tall, line-loaded enclosure with four chambers.
Produced to Eddie’s exact specs, the EVH Wolfgang Electric Guitar is the result of two years of R&D and testing; it’s identical to the Wolfgang guitars he records and performs with.
You might not be rockin’ like Jimi Hendrix, Slash or Van Halen anytime soon, but this Maestro Guitar Aid concept employs training lasers to help beginners get acquainted with their axe.
Oren Lavie’s “Her Morning Elegance” is literally oozing with creativity; part of his Opposite Side of the Sea album, it’s a twist on spending the whole day in bed. Thanks, Conan!
Proof that you don’t need gobs of CPU power and memory to rock out, D-Pad Hero is a sweet little 256KB ROM that runs on a NES emulator; think Guitar Hero or Rock Band in 8-bit.
You don’t say: these speech-bubble shaped Speak-ers aren’t just concepts; for $120, you’ll get a pair of these 6W speakers, which come with a white ABS housing and black steel grille.
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