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Modulus 002

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It takes a musician’s ear to discern between the warm, fuzzy analog synthesizer sound of say Kraftwerk or the Pet Shop Boys & today’s high-tech digital synths. But the team behind the Modulus 002 has that ear & used it to create this next-gen polysynth; combining new technology with that old analog magic, it produces 12 polyphonic voices & more than 50 different waveforms for classic tones in a modern package. SWEET!!!

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05 Sep Gear, Music | Comments

Sennheiser IE 800 In-ear Headphones

These earbuds feature the smallest wide-band driver ever made. That means the tiny 7mm dynamic driver can reproduce the entire audible frequency range, which, at $800, is a small price to pay to drown out the voices of all the idiots you’re surrounded by.

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01 Aug Music | Comments

Waging Heavy Peace by Neil Young

Few legendary rock-n-rollers survive their history with passion and integrity intact. Neil Young is one of those few. Young has successfully explored so many different musical styles in his solo and collaborative work that his career could serve as a map of rock music in the last 50 years. Not every musician could have moved so silkily from the gentler sounds of Buffalo Springfield and Crosby, Stills, & Nash to the hard-driving rock of Crazy Horse to experimentation that has led to Young’s being dubbed the godfather of grunge. Waging Heavy Peace is Young’s self-authored memoir and covers over 50 years of his incredible career.

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23 Jul Film, Music | Comments

Master Of Puppets – Piano Cover

This gave me chills. Such amazing humans on this spinning blue rock.

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19 Jul Gadgets, Gear, Music | Comments

Eco-amp for iPhone

Ultralight hikers, cheapskates, and origami enthusiasts, we found your new sound system. EcoAmps are recycled cardboard amps that unfold into little speaker cones that attach to your iPhone, turning it into a boom box.

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19 Jul Music | Comments

Con Truise – In Decay

In Decay provides a fascinating alternative routemap for the idiosyncratic journeys of New Jersey producer Seth Haley — aka Com Truise — through the history of electronic music. A compilation of unreleased, early recordings, In Decay encompasses 13 tracks that have previously been either only available as demos online or are entirely unheard tracks dating from before Haley’s official releases — his debut Cyanide Sisters EP, its follow-up full-length Galactic Melt, and last year’s Fairlight EP.

While the ’80s-influenced synth sounds, rubbery basslines and sci-fi flavors that inform Haley’s later work are in full effect here, they’re assembled in manners different enough to make this both a fine record in its own right, and also a fascinating insight into the development of the distinctive Com Truise sound. It also finds the producer exploring a number of facets of that sound, from 8-bit influenced experimentalism to distinctly danceable beats — often within the confines of the same track.

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16 Apr Film, Music | Comments

Chemical Brothers Live @ Glastonbury 2011

Man…The Chemical Brothers ROCK so much I had to share a video…ENJOY!!!

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16 Apr Film, Music | Comments

Chemical Brothers: Don’t Think

Electronic and dance music marshalls the Chemical Brothers bring their tripped-out live show to Blu-ray with the release of Don’t Think, a live concert video from Japan’s Fujirock Festival which they recorded on 20 cameras in front of a crowd of 50,000 fans. If your special occasion requires psychedelic visuals, this is the ticket. The sound is also incredible, recorded in Dolby 7:1 surround and mixed down by Brothers themselves.

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07 Mar Film, Music | Comments

Orbital – The Girl With The Sun In Her Head

Another great video of my favorite electronic band…“That’s flippin’ right lovely that is, right there”…ENJOY!!!

Location: Hackney Ocean, June 30th 2001

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29 Feb Gadgets, Gear, Music | Comments

Korg Pitchclip

You ever play a guitar that went out of tune in the middle of a performance? Not Fun. But the whole “tuning” thing stinks worse because strings, by definition and physics, go out of tune as they’re being played. So how can electronics pick up the slack? By creating the Pitchclip. And hey it doesn’t discriminate either: acoustic or electric, 6 or 12 strings, bass, ukulele, banjo – doesn’t matter. This is about as slick as it gets, short of having it play for you.

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