Simon Panrucker admits that Looping Around The House isn’t perfect, but kudos (and donations) for the effort: he managed to break several things in his parent’s house as he made this.
Designed for MP3 mixing, the Touch DJ is a serious DJ app that features visual mixing and split mode; it won’t work with iTunes, but a free desktop app is included to load tracks.
Dreams of 20-sided mana-draining fairies now dance in our head thanks to Monster Manual, a music video by Mixel PIxel dedicated to AD&D; it’s animated by the prolific Dan Meth.
Skullcandy does a full-court press with its NBA Player Series headphones; each pair of cans rocks the colors and name of one of eight NBA players, including Kobe, LeBron, and DWill.
Aptly set to Peter Gabriel’s “Sledgehammer” (also stop-motion), watch as a Suzuki GSX-R assembles itself; it took 30 hours to film, but the ending is the coolest: the bike ran on first start-up.
The 20th Anniversary of Nirvana’s Bleach debut album is a double whammy for fans: it includes a 48-page CD booklet, 13 remastered songs, and 12 never-before-released live songs.
America may have healthcare issues, but thank Miyamato that you’re not being pilled and probed by Nintendo: Dr. Mario with Lyrics is a NSFW musical skit about STDs in the ER.
AC/DC lead guitarist Angus Young’s legendary guitar is now available in a 250 piece run, 50 signed by Angus himself; all of the reproductions sport upgrades requested by Angus.
Literally blast your Bach with Symphony: available 2010, it takes your music collection and turns it into a 3D arcade shooter with destructible everything thanks to a physics/collision system.
Bowers & Wilkins targets the desktop and laptop crowds with their MM-1 near field monitor speakers; each features two drivers, Nautilus tube-loaded tweeters, and USB/aux line-in.
Atom’s Star Wars Gangsta Rap: Chronicles features MCs Vader, Luke, Leia, and more; often lewd but surprisingly pithy, Yoda may be feenin’ to be talla, but boy can that mini-Jedi holla.
Gibson redesigns the classic 7-String Explorer for the 21st century with a glossy ebony nitrocellulose finish, mahogany neck/body, EMG pickups, 25k linear pot and Grover Rotomatics.
Gigaware brings HD Radio to the iPhone and iPod Touch, albeit with an external in-line control; it’ll play HD2/HD3 and includes iTunes tagging and bookmarks via a free app.
It looks like a Fender Amp, but use the volume knob on the Blackface HotSeat and the cushion pops open to reveal space for all your strings, pedals, and tabs; each seat is hand built.
Designed to be the ultimate portable amp, The Shadow features digital volume control, no capacitors in the signal path to color the sound, and 72 hours on a single charge. Thanks, Nic!
With the winner selected form 100,000+ votes, you’d have to be bad to not see how this thriller ends: Jackson vs. Bean is a sweet stop-motion dance battle that’ll literally transform you.
Paddyroo’s Stereotype t-shirt is a witty play (rewind, and fast forward) on words, with indie, heavy metal, beatboxing, and more; we’re really singing their praises for leaving out polka.
Featuring music from and to be released with Angels & Airwaves’ third album, Love is a full-length, visually stunning sci-fi film about a man trapped on the International Space Station.
Its monolithic stature almost demands you play Also sprach Zarathustra on repeat: the Wall of Sound is a gigantic 225 lb. iPod dock that just happens to also be a 125 watt speaker.
If you’ve got an iPhone or iPod, XM’s SkyDock brings satellite radio to your car with a tuner and FM transmitter; it’s powered by a cig adapter and must be wired to a roof-mounted antenna.
We have to admit that Red Faction: Guerilla’s indestructible environments can be a bit too much fun at times; Space A**hole is a fan-made ode to the sociopath in all of us.
DJ in the Googleplex: Google Music integrates jams into its search results, letting you play and buy full tracks from sources that include iLike, Lala, Imeem, Rhapsody and Pandora.
Professional air guitarists finally have an instrument worthy of their lightweight talents: the Electronic Rock Guitar t-shirt is actually playable and includes a mini amp and magnetic picks.
Best product tie-in ever: Eddie Riggs makes a cameo on Adult Swim’s Metalocalypse, moonlighting (of course) as a totally metal roadie for Dethklok — well, everyone but Murderface.
The best (and likely the only) simultaneous use of a banjolele, handlebar mustache, and zoot suit ever, Chap-Hop History is a five minute history of hip-hop by the supa-fly Mr. B.
Switched-On Ringtones is pure analog heaven for your iPhone, Palm, or BB: it packs in 75 blips, sequences, and effects made by vintage Moog, Arp, Roland, and Korg synthesizers.
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