The Swedish Chef shows us exactly what happens when you leave the popcorn in the microwave for too long. And now we can’t get that awesome Popcorn song out of our heads.
Frankly we always thought that certain sculpted body parts on the Terminator were a tad skimpy, so we’re enjoying this tee that pays homage to Sir-Mix-A-Lot and his fondness for big, er, bots.
Dig up your favorite old CDs and take them for a spin on Muji’s minimalist player. Just pull the string to play music, and pull it again to stop. The volume and search controls are on the player itself.
Electronic musicians Orbital wrapped up their performance at Glastonbury 2010 with this awesome cover of the Doctor Who theme. The DJ? None other than Matt Smith, the 11th Doctor.
Shoot to kill, play to thrill: it’s AC/DC vs. Iron Man in this cool architectural projection mapping project on the front facade of the Great Keep at Rochester Castle, which warps and tumbles before your eyes.
Rock out with Jack White, Alison Mosshart, Dean Fertita and Jack Lawrence in this black-and-white live performance video, which is about as awesomely gritty as their music.
Mix and scratch with Async’s Baby Decks for the iPad, with cross-fade, pitch adjust, transformer buttons, and the ability to upload tracks. Add a sound system and you’re ready to party.
Lights is one of the songs in Interpol’s self-titled 4th album, coming out on September 7. In the wake of the departure of bassist Carlos D, who left last May, the band has enlisted two new members.
This electric guitar/synth works as a controller for your computer’s music apps, and you can play it stand-alone if you don’t want to connect a PC or Mac. You can even use it to control Rock Band.
Vince the ShamWow! Guy is back, and this time he’s hawking Eminem’s new album, Recovery, by parodying his own Slap Chop infomercial. We can’t decide if this is sheer genius or sheer stupidity.
While we’re digging the deconstructed vocal and musical stylings of this track, we’re most intrigued by the visuals, composed entirely out of vector illustrations on an old oscilloscope.
The werewolves and shapeshifters of True Blood don’t got nothing on D.O. double-G, wooing Sookie Stackhouse with his hypnotic flow: ’cause if you live in Bon Temps, you need a Bon Pimp.
The Kube is a teeny tiny portable MP3 player that can hold up to 8,000 of your favorite tunes. Plays up to 6 hours of continuous music on one charge and recharges in an hour with included USB cable.