Motörheadphönes are a thing now

In a sentence that we never thought we’d be typing, Lemmy of Motörhead stopped by the 2013 Consumer Electronics Show to premiere his band’s new line of listening peripherals, the why-hasn’t-this-happened-before Motörheadphönes.

Aimed at “the rock/pop audience, a target group who are critical listeners,” the three headphones and six in-ear models will be more focused on the mid-range of sound than other “lifestyle” models such as Beats by Dre. Launched last fall in Europe, and with a pedigree including an engineer from Gothenburg, Sweden, Motörheadphönes will be hitting the US market towards the end of April 2013.

100 Unheralded Albums from 2010

Among the thousands of under-appreciated or under-publicized albums that were released in 2010, hundreds became our favorites and were presented in ALARM and on Of those, we pared down to 100 outstanding releases, leaving no genre unexplored in our list of this year’s overlooked gems.