Jump to Main ContentJump to Primary Navigation
Top

The drum machine t-shirt

drum machine.png

There's (almost) nothing worse than the day when you forget your iPod, iPhone, other smartphone, or if you're an ironic hipster, your walkman.

Suffering a long journey with the joy of music being replaced with the inane conversations of others is a bitter pill to swallow.

This would definitely not be a problem with the drum machine t-shirt. As you might have guessed, it's a t-shirt with a drum machine embedded on the front. Created by those damn geniuses over at ThinkGeek, the shirt contains nine different drum kits with seven "professional grade drum sounds", including "techno punk" which we think sounds the best.

Okay, so you might get an evil stare from a fellow passenger or even a curt word but it'd all originate from their bitter jealousy. Check out how it all works here:

Related

AeroDreamOne9.jpg

The 11-foot iPod dock

il_fullxfull.276781567.jpg

Vintage radios become iPod speakers

_MG_5901.jpg

The welcome banner vending machine

Comments

More

Everything we know about the new Nokia 3310

The brick is back

by Matt Tate
24 Feb 2017

20 Things You'll Only Understand If You Owned A Nokia 3310

14 Feb 2017

The Nokia 3310 is getting a relaunch (yes, really)

The return of the King

by Gary Ogden
14 Feb 2017

The new iPhone looks like it's going to have wireless charging

A huge move from Apple

by Dave Fawbert
13 Feb 2017

Star Trek fans have a new reason to buy an Amazon Echo

They've done what you all wanted

24 Jan 2017

Watch Steve Jobs launch first iPhone 10 years ago

Today marks 10 years since Steve Jobs presented the world with this iconic product, but it could have been so different

09 Jan 2017

The best gadgets to launch at the biggest tech conference in the world

Christmas 2017 can't come early enough

by Joe Ellison
05 Jan 2017

16 best fitness gadgets to help you get into shape for 2017

Gadgets to get your sweat on with

by David Cornish
03 Jan 2017

An awesome paper cycling helmet wins Dyson design award

Only £4, and it'll save your life

by David Cornish
17 Nov 2016

Netflix finally confirms it's working on downloadable content

It's official, people

by David Cornish
03 Nov 2016