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Music Video: Oi Va Voi

Music Video: Oi Va Voi

This music video for British experimental band Oi Va Voi’s “Everytime” is actually made with a paper shredder; every third frame was printed, shredded and blended with adjacent frames.

Concept: Pilotfish Ondo

Concept: Pilotfish Ondo

Pilotfish’s Ondo is a concept music editing phone: its spine can be twisted to edit music while three detachable OLED sticks not only form the main display but can act as standalone mics.

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Music: American Soldier

Music: American Soldier

It’s a bit uneven in parts, but Queensryche’s American Soldier album returns the band to its thinking man metal roots and shines as a tribute to American servicemen and women.

Music: Playing for Change

Music: Playing for Change

With over 10 million YouTube views, Playing For Change is as inspiring as Where The Hell Is Matt, with worldwide musicians singing songs like Stand By Me; the CD comes out 4/28.

Burping Xbox Avatars

Burping Xbox Avatars

Gavin Halfleft of Negative Gamer has finally found a use for those burping Xbox Avatars: listen as he belches out this stomach churning rendition of the Tetris theme song.

Geeky Bohemian Rhapsody

Geeky Bohemian Rhapsody

With an HP Scanjet 3C on vocals, Atari 800XL on piano and TI-99/4a as lead guitar, James has the ultimage geek orchestra; he puts it to good use with Queen’s Bohemian Rhapsody.

The Beatles: Rock Band LE

The Beatles: Rock Band LE

The Beatles: Rock Band LE isn’t just riding on the coattails of The Fab Four; it includes a Hoffner Bass controller, Ludwig drums with pearl accents and Beatles replica kick drum head.

Mashup: Internet Symphony

Mashup: Internet Symphony

Music knows no borders: this video is a mashup of thousands of entries to YouTube’s Internet Symphony, which will select 90 pro and amateur musicians to play at Carnegie Hall.

Baby Grand Master

Baby Grand Master

With three LCD monitors, four subwoofers, three tweeters and an 1100W amplifier crammed into a piano, Gardner Post’s Baby Grand Master may be a bastard, but it’s a sexy bastard.

Together Through Life

Together Through Life

Bob Dylan’s Together Through Life is his 46th album; the LA Times says it earns him the right to do “whatever the bejeezus he wants.” It’s direct, visceral and great for fans and neophytes alike.

Little Sleep Machine

Little Sleep Machine

It’s just a single function MP3 player, but the Little Sleep Machine makes an ideal gift for insomniac friends and family; it broadcasts three hours of soothing music designed to induce sleep.

Brionvega RR227

Brionvega RR227

A modern update of a classic 1965 Italian radio, the Brionvega RR227 includes an AM/FM radio and can play MP3 or WMA files through its 3W speaker via SD card, USB or Line-In.

Poly.Touch Synthesizer

Poly.Touch Synthesizer

Bridging the virtual and physical worlds, Mike Neumann’s Poly.Touch concept is a “tangible” synthesizer which lets you dynamically configure real objects to serve as controls.

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Oris Bob Dylan Watch

Oris Bob Dylan Watch

In advance of musical legend Bob Dylan’s latest album, Together Through Life, Oris has released a limited edition Rectangular model; it’s engraved with his portrait on the case back.

Rock Out, Rebel Scum!

Rock Out, Rebel Scum!

Stormtroopers are pretty poor shots, but they’re apparently pretty good at jamming out the Imperial March; this Rock Out, Rebel Scum! t-shirt is available at Teextile for only one more day.

Eminem: We Made You

Eminem: We Made You

Eminem’s smart-mouthed satire is back in grand, surprisingly geeky style: his We Made You music video satirizes Star Trek, Transformers, Sarah Palin and Jessica Simpson.

Kaossilator x Guitar Hero

Kaossilator x Guitar Hero

James Hasskin has taken the Korg Kaossilator, a touchpad synth, and packed it into the shell of a Guitar Hero guitar; the result is a techno-tastic axe mashup with 100 sound effects.

Mario Bros Laser Cutter

Mario Bros Laser Cutter

Because using machinery for its intended purpose is so passe: Jed of HackLab takes a laser cutter’s motors and belts out a stirring rendition of the Super Mario Bros. theme song.

Music Video: Like A Boss

Music Video: Like A Boss

Fresh from The Lonely Island’s Incredibad album, this uncensored “Like A Boss” music video features comedy it-man Seth Rogen giving the mother of all performance reviews.

Music Video: Stady

Music Video: Stady

Perfect for a lazy Sunday afternoon, Stady is the work of visual music director Ohashi Takashi; it’s a chill mix of acoustic guitar, light drum beats and hypnotically sequenced shapes.

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Guitar Hero Cufflinks

Guitar Hero Cufflinks

No need to get too stuffy at your next formalwear event: these Guitar Hero Cufflinks hint at your gaming proclivities and are detailed from the colored buttons down to the whammy bar.

Halo: All I Play-Oh

Halo: All I Play-Oh

It’s not top-shelf machinima, but we’re still floored by Halo: All I Play-Oh; it’s a music video by Usethefork set to Jude Kelley and Dan Amrich’s Halo parody of RHCP’s Snow.

Arcus Collapsible Guitar

Arcus Collapsible Guitar

The final project for U. of Derby student Jason Heredia, the Arcus Collapsible Guitar folds down to half its size; Floyd Rose locking nuts reduce the need to retune after collapsing.

Competitive Air Guitar

Competitive Air Guitar

Proof that man can make a sport of anything give enough time (and boredom), above is a video of the Austin Air Guitar Preliminaries; the actual contest begins 5/3, with finals 6/12.

Bowoo Guitar Cases

Bowoo Guitar Cases

Brooklyn-based Bowoo creates high quality, stylish guitar bags with limited runs of 20 to 25; currently available is their Standard, which handles classical up to 000 size acoustics.

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