Samsung Level

By on Jul 22, 2014

Looks like the premium headphones market just got some more competition. Samsung’s introduced Samsung Level, a portfolio of premium mobile audio products, featuring three premium headphones and a Bluetooth speaker — the Level Over, Level On, Level In and Level Box. Each product is crafted with quality and aesthetic in mind, while working seamlessly with smartphones and tablets. For instance, the Level Over is an over-ear headphone design that can be further customized using the Samsung Level app to fine tune the listening experience. Each Level product also syncs with Milk Music powered by Slacker, Samsung’s free music streaming service for select Galaxy devices. The Level Over, Level On, and Level In are offered in both black and white colorways. The Level Over is available for $349.99, Level On $179.99, Level In $149.99 and Level Box $169.99, exclusively via Gilt.com through the end...


By on Apr 26, 2014

Beats by Dre created these special edition headphones to celebrate the most orange of all days, KINGSDAY! These mixr edition were created when David Guetta challenged Beats by Dr. Dre to create the perfect set of world-class ear cups. One year and thousands of prototypes later, created one of the lightest, loudest, and most durable headphones ever. Let’s make sure we a crazy orange party today! Congratulations Willy!

Aether Cone

By on Mar 13, 2014

More than 20 million tracks, Internet radio stations and podcasts are all available in the database of the Aether Cone. The smart system is able to learn and remember what you last heard and what content you most prefer. The controls are simple: You turn the dial to play the music, and if you liek what you hear, more like it will be played. If you want to change your selection, just turn the dial again. The button in the center serves as a pause button, but also gives you th echance to say a command to the device. A great little box, that does the thinking for you. Love it! More than 20 million tracks, Internet radio stations and podcasts are all available in the database of the Aether Cone. The smart system is able to learn and remember what you last heard and what content you most prefer. The controls are simple, turn the dial to play, if you like what you hear, you wiull hear more...

Ajanaku’s Valentine Mix II, Made By Mr Nice Guy

By on Feb 13, 2014

Another great mix by Mr Nice Guy for you and yours on Valentine’s. Please download it HERE. We couldn’t let the day of love go by without some music of course. When we asked Mr Nice Guy what his point of view was for this year’s mix, he explained that he reflected on Valentinesday from a whole other perspective: ‘If you’re too afraid, scared of losing someone, you want that one person back, or if you’re in love and you want to declare your feelings, there you goooo’. Mr Nice Guy has an eclectic style, consisting of electric, UK, Hip Hop, R&B, Funk, Soul, Eighties, Nineties music. His main drive is to make people happy through his music. ‘A club night is an experience, owned by us all, and also I undergo that feeling’, he says. ‘I don’t spin like a robot, but I have a story to tell. As a DJ, I give my everything to make sure the public experiences the story with me’. Sit back,...

Kanye West // Bound2

By on Nov 20, 2013

Kanye West // Bound2

Swagger & Juice // APPELSAP Creative Director Rogier Smalhout

By on Aug 7, 2013

We at AJANAKU believe in the inventiveness of the present-day gentleman. Swagger and having a vision, go hand in hand. Reason enough to ask Creative Director Rogier Smalhout about his annual creative vision and contribution to ‘blockparty -turned-hiphop-megafest’ Appelsap,  in Amsterdam’s family park, Oosterpark. Where does your love for hip hop come from?It definitely started through my cousin Pim. He’s about 3 years older and gave me the obligatory tapes of Public Enemy, N.W.A. and Ice-T, Beastie Boys and such.. I did my best to like it like he did, but it really wasn’t before Snoop, Nas, Biggie, Tribe and Wu-Tang came out that I really got into it. It was all the way in from there. For me those artists defined the sound of my generation and sucked me in forever. What I loved about Hiphop was that, besides the music, it all looked so damn fresh and cool. It was the whole vibe. There...

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