A neat short film that investigates contemporary culture’s enduring obsession with vinyl.
Yes, we’re finally releasing the beast. The new AIAIAI headphones designed specifically for the on-the-go producer/musician will be shipped on the 20th of June.
Your Distorted brain needs food and focus on this post-Distortion Monday. And brain food is exactly what The Atlantic provides in the form of this insightful feature on the cultural significance of headphones.
We feature your Instagram photos of AIAIAI. Simple as that.
We feature your best Instagram photos of AIAIAI. Simple as that.
Drinking cold beer in the summertime is pretty great. In light of this inescapable fact, we highlight a few clever beer concepts. It’s beer ‘o clock.
Get a load of this fresh, new edition of Lomography’s analogue, hand-crank camera that comes complete with signature and material from 2010 Palme D’Or winner Apichatpong Weerasethakul.
Following a few unforeseen obstacles in the product development, we have new release dates for both the TMA-1 Studio and the Capital: The TMA-1 Studio will now be released on the 11th of June, and the Capital will have its release on the 27th of June.
Our favorite fivesome release a trippy new video for their latest bounce-tastic single.
Friends, ravers, dancing men, lend me your ears. So that I may melt them them with the acidic might of the Analord series.
Remember when we told you that we were nominated for a Creative Circle Award a few months back? Well, it turns out we won! Our creative department were on the spot to accept the award.
We’ve been waiting for an excuse to post something about Grimes. Here it is in the shape of a brand new video for one of the more intense tracks off her new album.
The team from the forthcoming documentary, ’I Dream of Wires’, met up with the great Carl Craig in April to talk about his electronic influences, production experiences and his fondness of modular technology. A sweet, little fix for all you gear heads out there.
An edgy girl and a beautifully twisted track: Tomas Barfod, our old buddy and product developer has got it all figured out in the promo for his latest single.
That's right, you can now print any 3D object you want in the comfort of your home. Shoes, toy swords, scorpions and, if you happen to be a raging narcissist, little miniature versions of yourself. ‘If you can think it you can print it’, says Cubify.
And this time he’s not taking any prisoners. One of our favorite audio oracles, the inimitable Tony Andrews, was interviewed in this Red Bull Music Academy lecture where he gave his two cents on contemporary audio technology. A must-see for all audiophiles.
Our friends at Teenage Engineering made a neat, easy to use cardboard camera for IKEA. How about that?
KiBiSi does it again with a dazzling lamp and a brilliant name.
Magnetic bike lights from Copenhagen Parts: for people who like/need to bike when it’s dark and don’t mind looking effortlessly stylish while doing it. The lights turn on when you attach them and off when you remove them. Simple as that.
Shot from the International Space Station, this remarkable time-lapse video of planetary orbit gives you front row seats to the stars as viewed from space.
Mercedes’ unveiling of their latest automotive wonder at the MOCA LA featured Mike D from the Beastie Boys and some TMA-1s from AIAIAI. Cars and headphones were the order of the day.
Featuring the mother of all ACID literature. For this edition of the Friday ACID post, we’re going back to The Acid House. The book, that is.
…And all we got was this lousy photo diary. When our graphic designer told us that his band, Spleen United, were playing at Berghain we demanded that he took us with him on their bus. Fun was had, euros were spent and in the heat of the moment a certain kind of enthusiasm for a certain kind of thing was expressed by Tobias. Moreover, we took photos of most of it. As they (probably don't) say in Berlin: check it aus.
Created by two design students at L'Ensci Les Ateliers, this is a jelly that makes noise when you touch it. Quite brilliant.
One of the best albums of 2011 generates one of the most striking videos of 2012.
In which we get schooled/taken to college/taught some knowledge by a 16-year-old.