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KISS Kubrick 4-Pack

KISS Kubrick 4-Pack

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.

Guitar: Impossible

Guitar: Impossible

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.

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Listen to the B-Side

Listen to the B-Side

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.

Stormtroopers x Rock Band

Stormtroopers x Rock Band

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.

Unifield Three Speakers

Unifield Three Speakers

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.

EVH Wolfgang Guitar

EVH Wolfgang Guitar

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.

Maestro Laser Guitar Aid

Maestro Laser Guitar Aid

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.

Her Morning Elegance

Her Morning Elegance

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!

D-Pad Hero

D-Pad Hero

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.

Speak-er

Speak-er

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.

Lisse S10 MP3 Player

Lisse S10 MP3 Player

MyRacer’s Korea-only Lisse S10 does a good job evolving the minimalist touchscreen ethos first pioneered by the iPhone; the entire OLED screen is actually a four-way keypad.

Four Chords = Hit Song

Four Chords = Hit Song

It’s old news for music majors, but Axis of Awesome shows that it only takes four chords for a hit song; realizing Blink 182 and A-Ha are related = shivers down our spine.

Music Video: Dear Walker

Music Video: Dear Walker

With cardboard sets and props, Hugo’s Dear Walker has a quirky, low-budget feel that we dig; this music video is also unique for having been shot in one, long continuous take.

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PANIQ Controller

PANIQ Controller

Although iPod controls on fabric isn’t new, Qio Systems’ 30-pin PANIQ controller is compatible with apparel from brands including Zoo York and Cole Haan; above: Killa outerwear.

JazzMutant Lemur

JazzMutant Lemur

Used by the likes of Daft Punk and Justice, JazzMutant’s Lemur is a multi-touch pad with a high contrast 12″ TFT display for controlling sequences, synthesizers, vjing and lighting.

HipHop Is Dead Tee

HipHop Is Dead Tee

Few wars are as epic or eternal Hip Hop vs Metal, but this HipHop Is Dead t-shirt pretty much settles it; a zombie throwing up the horns with the KISS tongue = rock on, undead dude!

Stagemeister Roadie Contest

Stagemeister Roadie Contest

If you like the roadie scene, the Stagemeister contest not only wins you a Simple Plan tour but is loaded with loot including a MacBook, Sony HDR camcorder and Sennheiser headphones.

Carbon Fiber Instruments

Carbon Fiber Instruments

Luis and Clark’s Carbon Fiber instruments aren’t just about looks: they play well, take quite a bit of abuse, and have found their ways into the hands of musicians like Yo Yo Ma.

Video: Theremin Hero

Video: Theremin Hero

No, he’s not on crack: Theremin-master Greg uses a mic buried into headphones along with his hands for pitch and volume to create a trippy version of the Portal song via Rock Band.

One Week Parody

One Week Parody

If you were crazy enough to remember every word to Barenaked Ladies’ “One Week,” we’ve got a new one for you: CollegeHumor’s Streeter Seidell stars in the wacky parody above.

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Video: Bastard vs. Bots

Video: Bastard vs. Bots

Bastard vs. Bots is an awesome series of short, animated episodes pitting cowboys, skaters and even Vikings against robots; they’re promo pieces for heavy metal band Black Tide.

Ewoo eFizz

Ewoo eFizz

eFizz doesn’t instill much confidence name-wise, but this all-in-one iPod dock and 2.1 stereo system cranks out 70 watts RMS through Cabasse speakers; it includes a HandMusic remote.

Doogie Howser Orchestra

Doogie Howser Orchestra

It’s no stretch to say that NPH has been on a roll as of late: this past weekend’s SNL was capped off by an orchestral homage to the Doogie Howser theme. We cried at the end too, bro.

Electro Harmonix Voice Box

Electro Harmonix Voice Box

Electro Harmonix’s Voice Box is a vocal synth processor: in short, sound like a synth-robot, add backup singers or even do a little gender bending (hey, it’s your music).

Mobile Phone Orchestra

Mobile Phone Orchestra

Think Ocarina x 5: above is Stanford’s Mobile Phone Orchestra (MoPhO) playing Stairway To Heaven with their iPhones and special glove speakers at The Crunchies 2008.

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