Gamers who have played the free indie horror / adventure game The Crooked Man are already familiar with the work of friend of the site Eyes Half Closed. Either way you owe it to yourself to listen to Tabber Dude's amazing tabs, they do not disappoint. Best of all, the Eyes Half Closed official site offers one of our favorite things, a try before buy, pay what you want album. Thanks Tabber Dude!
Site Update: Play Buttons Everywhere!
You may notice some new play buttons throughout the site. Most note-ably (get it?) on the Highest Rated, Featured, Additions, Updates, and Member pages.
Earbuds. Can’t live with them inside, can’t live without them outside our ear holes. Too loose of a fit and your neighbors can enjoy your tunes with you, too tight and you won't hear the screeching tires before you get pancaked (but maybe that's for the best).
Slate offers up some contenders and alternatives to the oft wax coated music transporters, including one that transmits sounds by vibrating your entire head. Some places (airlines, hotels) now give away free cheapies, but if you're willing to spend a few bucks you have lots of options:
($37) Yurbuds - Guaranteed not to fall out (they screw into your ear)
($60) Decibullz - Silicone custom fits
($100) Aftershokz Bluez 2 - the head vibrator
($150) EarHero - Used by skiers and secret service agents
Or if you've got money to burn like the audiologist they spoke with, you could go with the recommended custom-fitted "in-ear monitors" for a measly $750.