Gift the perfect dinner party with Turntable Kitchen, which delivers a monthly box of recipes, dry ingredients, and a record ($25 per month, turntablekitchen.com).
Taylor Swift fans will love her Sneaky Cat kicks for Keds ($55, keds.com).
Master & Dynamic’s MH40 headphones look fantastic and sound even better ($399, masterdynamic.com).
The OP-1 portable synthesizer has a drum machine, sampler, and recorder ($849, momastore.org).
The David Bowie: Nothing Has Changed three-CD set features 50 years of music ($22, amazon.com).
The T7 speaker by Bowers & Wilkins boasts hi-fi sound ($350, bowers-wilkins.com).
Carry albums and other gear in style with Herschel’s Little America backpack ($100, turntablelab.com).
Parrot’s Zik 2.0 headphones have a smart touch panel on the ear—change tracks and volume with a simple tap or swipe ($400, parrot.com).
Danny Clinch: Still Moving celebrates the music photographer’s work ($50, amazon.com).
For the active audiophile, Beats’ PowerBeats2 wireless in-ear headphones ($200, beatsbydre.com).
Vinyl loyalists will dig Innovative Technology’s portable turntable ($80, hsn.com).
McIntosh’s MHP1000 headphones take the brand’s signature sound on the go ($2,000, mcintoshlabs.com).
The HTC RE camera peeks over the crowd at concerts—and the lack of a viewfinder keeps eyes on the stage, not a screen ($200, htc.com).
The Sonos Play:1 speaker is the first step in building a wireless home sound system ($199, sonos.com).