This is the Storm selection preset of the TMA-2 Modular from aiaiai. Rasmus Storm has selected his combination of the headphones, combining the S04 speaker unit, the E04 earpads, the H01 headband and the C06 cable. This configuration provides full sound, quality bass and treble and great overall balance. Wide sound stage and high isolation.mask
This preset has been configured with the fully sealed titanium coated S03 speaker unit, which delivers a full and rich sound representation. The combination of the comfortable H03 nylon headband and the E04 over-ear PU leather earpad that provide high isolation and comfort, results in a high-quality headphone with a wide and detailed soundstage suitable for studio use and long listening sessions.mask
The Tracks Headphone is an award-winning, supra-aural headphone with a subtle design, focusing on simple lines and an iconic shape. The simple brace design is easily adjustable and ensures a comfortable and secure fit. The Tracks is designed around an aluminum brace that acts as a rail system for the sliding ear cups. The customizable slider comes in 3 different colors and the 40mm speaker offers a better frequency distribution and a full-spectrum sound quality with a tight bass and detailed high frequency notes. Features: Flexible, light-weight, stainless steel headband provides good fit. Detachable ear cups for worry-free transport. 3 interchangeable coloured sliders. Angled 3.5mm gold plated stereo plug. 1 Button mic/controller compatible with all smartphones. Integrated tangle-free Y Connector. Soft, lightweight 2mm cablesmask
The Tracks Headphone is an award-winning, supra-aural headphone with a subtle design, focusing on simple lines and an iconic shape.
Designed by KiBiSi.
- Flexible, light-weight, stainless steel headband provides good fit
- Detachable ear cups for worry-free transport
- 3 interchangeable coloured sliders
- Angled 3.5mm gold plated stereo plug
- 3 Button in-line microphone withall/music/volume control
- Integrated tangle-free Y Connector
- Soft, lightweight 2mm cables
Inspired by the energy, passion and creativity of art and sport B&O Play and Pepsi introduce a special collection that will incite fans around the world to "Live For Now" in 2014. A celebration of the "Live For Now" ethos, Merijin Hos's artwork brings the excitement of the moment to life with a unique vibrancy and spirit.
Artwork by Merijn Hos.mask
With these headphones you can crank up the volume without compromising sound quality or annoying the neighbors. Dynamic drive units offer true, well-defined sound, allowing you to shut out the world and submerge yourself in pure, listening pleasure. The lightweight Form 2 headphones are easily adjusted for maximum comfort. With a weight of only 68 grams and semi-open configuration lets you stay in touch with the world around you.mask
"'Kitsuné Soleil Mix 2' continues the label's habit of soundtracking the warmer weather, cranking things up a notch in the process. Containing a raft of exclusives, it continues the imprint's trademark summer bounce without treading over old ground.Opening with newcomer Superpoze, the mix features contributions from Tiny Dragons, Dombrance, Viceroy and more. Two Door Cinema Club make two appearances: at one point remixing Is Tropical, before JBAG returns the favour by mixing the band's own 'Next Year'." Clash. Click on the image to see the tracklist.mask
One of electronic music’s most intriguing and often outspoken characters, DJ Sprinkles aka Terre Thaemlitz moved to Japan from the US in 2001 and as Resident Advisor report the mix is his own sonic reaction to Japan’s worrying “Fuzoku” laws, which allows Police to enter and raid clubs for the “crime” of dancing. A recent Time Out Tokyo article highlighted how “venues routinely post ‘No dancing’ signs, with some even sending staff onto the floor to ask customers to stop moving to the music,”. Thaemlitz deeply dug tracklist boasts an esoteric assortment of rarities from a collection of underground ’90s house figures including Fingers Inc, Gene Farris, Lectroluv, Braxton Holmes and Classic Man. Russian deep house producer Alex Danilov and the now defunct MyMy collaboration between Nick Höppner and Lee Jones lend a more contemporary feel to the mix.mask
KITSUNÉ MAISON COMPILATION 11: THE INDIE-DANCE ISSUE
1. ...- “Let’s Go All The Way” (Early Version)
2. Alexander Dexter Jones – “Phantastic Phone Call”
3. Housse De Racket – “Roman”
4. Polarsets: “Sunshine Eyes”
5. Gallops: “Miami Spider” (Ponciau edit)
6. Cosmonaut: “Say What You Want”
7. Creep – “Days” (Azari & III Remix)
8. Is Tropical – “The Greeks”
9. Peter & The Magician – “Twist”
10. The Touch – “Sermon”
11. Logo x Icona Pop – “Luvsick”
12. Beat Connection – “Silver Screen”
13. Nightbox – “Pyramid”
14. Guards – “Resolution Of One”
15. Fiction – “Big Things”
16. Exotica – “Conte d’Eté” (Afrofunk Version)mask
Kitsuné Parisien II, a colourful and exciting collection of tracks from the latest emerging bands and acts on the vibrant Parisian scene(s) and beyond.
Covering the many bases of electropop, indie-dance and everything in between, Parisien II - selected by Kitsuné chef Gildas Loaëc and designed by night bird / graffiti artist André - offers a lively snapshot of what is cooking up for 2012 in Paris and further afield. Introducing you to Kitsuné’s promising finds, the new Parisian cuvée is here… !mask
There's a postage stamp of urban sidewalk known by people of a certain age for having burned to the ground. A more recent generation knows it as the place where Hip Hop was born. An older generation remembers the time that this turf nurtured the hot New York Latin music sound that came to be known as salsa. From Mambo to Hip Hop: A South Bronx Tale ia an hour-long documentary that tells a story about the creative life of the South Bronx, beginning with the Puerto Rican migration and the adoption of Cuban rhythms to create the New York salsa sound continuing with the fires that destroyed the neighborhood but not the creative spirit of its people chronicling the rise of Hip Hop from the ashes and ending with reflections on the power of the neighborhood's music to ensure the survival of several generations of its residents and in the process take the world's pop culture by storm.
A film by Henry Chalfant, Elena Martinez & Steve Zeitlinmask