Notes: Zumreed's Sfit Graphic Headphones feature a range of trendy designs while mixing colors and graphic patterns. At the same time it combines the classic headphone outlook, creating a simple fashion but with individual style.
The Sfit Graphic Headphone is lightweight, compact, and convenient with its folding mechanism. The earpads are smooth and soft to stay comfortable on the ears.
Review: Zru Vogue is a two man post punk avant-pop group from Palo Alto, California, combining the talents of Andrew Finkle and Rick Cuevas. The band began in 1980 as a four member group: Rick, Andy, Tom Sanders and Nancy Miller. Tom and Nancy left the group shortly after the first single, "Nakweda Dream", was released by independent San Francisco label Adolescent Records in February 1981. Inspired by rave reviews and heavy airplay on alternative radio stations, Andy and Rick went back into the studio, now as a duo, to record some new ZRU tracks. The self-tilted LP was released on the band's Zero Risk Records in 1982. It contains eight compositions blending African tribal and Middle Eastern rhythms, avant-garde rock, minimal electronics, and funk-rock guitars. The duo's sound is inspired by the art and anti-art movements of Dada and Surrealism. All songs have been remastered by George Horn at Fantasy Studios. Each copy is housed in a replica of the original jacket, which features artwork by the group members, and includes the original 2-sided lyric sheet.
Review: Based in New Zealand, yet with their members having created this album from France and the US, Yumi Zouma - who have already supported the likes of Lorde - are purveyors of synth-driven songcraft of an agreeably infectious stripe. There's a pop sheen to 'Yoncalla' certainly, not to mention a dash of the electronic eccentricity of The Knife as much as the technicolor sprawl of The Naked And Famous. Yet largely this collection of summery ditties triumphs by nature of its collision between uplifting splendour and lustrous melancholia, forming a breezy yet beatific sound that proves this trio can transcend geography to provide both style and succour.
Hot shoe mount for attaching your Zoom H4n or H1 to a DSLR video camera
Notes: With the HS-1, you can attach your Handy Recorder to any DSLR video camera equipped with a standard Hot Shoe mount. Now you can have both your video and audio controls right at your fingertips, and your microphone right at the action.
Notes: This earpad set is made of velour in black and suitable for the Technics RP-DJ1200 & RP-DJ1210 headphones.
With this pad sets you can leave a creative note on your headphones and you can give an old headphone a new look within seconds. Also you can save the stable value and the great look of your professional Technics DJ headphones. Velour Earpads are very comfortable to wear even if it's getting more hot and the normal earpads are full of sweat.
Review: Modern Love's newest release comes from British beatmaker Zomby, who has reached into his archives to unearth a long lost album nearly a decade after its completion. Said to be recorded between two weeks around 2008-2009, the Mercury's Rainbow LP sees the London based producer interpreting grime innovator Wiley's Eskibeat productions, which played an instrumental role in the genre's formation. It features the 4AD/Hyperdub affiliated artist utilising intricately hand-programmed arpeggios, 'sliding Triton squares' and post-garage drum patterns. On a conceptual level, it uses theories of colour and its relation to the sonic chromatic spectrum - the circle of fifths.
Review: Zomby returns to Hyperdub with his first album in three years, trailed in high profile fashion by that Burial collaboration "Sweetz." That particular tune is one of Ultra's headline attractions, alongside eyebrow-raising collaborations with Darkstar, Banshee and Rezzett. What really impresses, though, is the skewed, left-of-centre nature of the mask-wearing producer's heavy, post-grime rhythms, sparse but sparkling synth work, and the breathlessly cut-up R&B vocals dotted throughout the set. Interestingly, there are subtle nods towards new wave synth-pop, ghetto-tech, spacey ambient and alien IDM, making Ultra Zomby's most intriguing and consistently on-point album to date.
Review: Defining herself as a most transgressional artist, up there with the likes of Bjork, Bat For Lashes and Cat Power, the haunting lyricism, futuristic beats, and folkish, synth demure of Zola Jesus is a pleasure and melancholic amble through the vast pastures of a most inspiring mind. In a way Conatus collides a world of genres, with her vocal presence a focal point amid pumping 808 kicks and percussion, acoustic drum kits, to pianos and pulsating synthesizers. Fitting into the world of experimental, abstract music as much as it does with folk, pop and its contemporary iterations, Zola Jesus' Conatus LP is in a world unto its own.