Gifts for the music lover
Custom-fit, wireless earphones ($89.99)
Decibullz figured out a way to make earbuds you can self-mold to the shape of your ear, which means the buds actually stay in your ear while running, doing yardwork, etc. And now the company has a model that connects to your device wirelessly via Bluetooth.
Lost Weekend T-shirt ($15)
Show your support for a local record store by sporting this tee from Lost Weekend Records, made by local screenprint shop Alison Rose.
Lost Weekend Records
2960 N. High St., Clintonville
Sonos Connect: AMP ($499)
The Sonos wireless speaker system gets universally great reviews for multi-room music streaming, but the company has yet to make an outdoor speaker. If you're willing to shell out $500, this amp solves that issue by connecting to any indoor or outdoor speakers.
“Sticky Fingers” ($29.95)
Journalist and author Joe Hagan spent four years chronicling the life ofRolling Stone founder Jann Wenner, but now that “Sticky Fingers: The Life and Times of Jann Wenner andRolling Stone Magazine” is out, Wenner claims it's “deeply flawed and tawdry.” That denouncement will likely make people even more curious to pick up the book.
2424 E. Main St., Bexley
Altar to the gods of rock ($15, $25)
Local artist Kristan Taylor emblazons prayer candles ($15) with visages of rock gods like Johnny Cash and Ozzy Osbourne, and What the Rock?! owner Heather Ziegler makes her own rock 'n' roll rosary beads ($25) with Bob Dylan and the like. Put them together and you've got a locally made altar to the gods of rock.
What the Rock?!
3039 Indianola Ave., Clintonville