Contest: Win A Pair Of VEKTR Headphones And Look Like You’re Straight Outta Jet Grind Radio

Well now. Something interesting fell into my lap the other day… and I’ve decided to give it away!

That something is a pair of the just-released Diesel VEKTR headphones. I haven’t had the time to test them out for very long, but I can say they definitely look badass – I was instantly reminded of Jet Grind Radio, or maybe Porygon.

These headphones have some features that I really like, including:

  • a detachable headphone cable
  • an attachment on the cord with a ControlTalk button for picking up calls and playing/pausing music
  • a folding design that makes them easy to store

Did I mention they look badass? They really do. I absolutely love my current headphones, but these make them look like pillows for my head. You can check out all the spec’s n’ shit at the official website.

Anyway, as I said I’m giving these suckers away. This is gonna be a quick n’ dirty giveaway, so the timeline’s not going to be a month like the last one. Nope.

VEKTR Headphones

This will be a one-week giveaway. At 11:59 PM on Thursday, June 28, I’ll close the entry form and pick a winner. Ready to enter? You’ve got three chances:

  • Like College Info Geek on Facebook (mandatory)
  • Follow me on Twitter (optional)
  • Leave a comment recommending me the next album I should review (optional)

Here’s your entry widget! Even if you’ve already liked CIG and followed me, use the widget to let me know.

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  1. You should review “Silver Moon” by Donkeyboy! Fantastic Norwegian Europop album in sung in English.

  2. So glad I made it for this contest I actually really need/could use some good over-the-ear headphones!

    My suggestion would be “Living Room Songs” by Ólafur Arnalds, an artist from Iceland. Very ambient, instrumental, musical greatness. It’s on Spotify.

  3. Alright. I liked CIG on Facebook, have been following you on twitter for a while, am facebook friends with you, and am now commenting on this. I THINK I QUALIFY.

    Anyway, the album I’d like you to review is “Ravedeath, 1942” by Tim Hecker. I recently discovered this guy and I’m simply blown away. His music has made me feel something I’ve never felt before. It takes you on a journey, tells a story, transports you to a different world. It sounds crazy, but you have to experience it to believe it. Check it out, please.

    Link to a pitchfork review:

  4. Something by Streetlight Manifesto? Everything Goes Numb is my favorite album of theirs.

  5. You should review Regina Spektor’s new album, What We Saw From the Cheap Seats. She’s absolutely flawless and I’m a little bit in love with her

  6. I always study great to some ambient Moby. In contrast to all his hits, songs like God Moving Over the Face of the Water and Live Forever are good, wordless music that I can stay concentrated with.

  7. You should definitely review the album “Coloris” by She. This is by far my favorite chiptune artist!

  8. check out We Are Young from Fun. Some Nights is probably my favorite track.

  9. There are so many good albums out right now, but one I’ve really liked listening to, and one which I haven’t really heard very many other people listening to, is The Glitch Mob’s “Drink The Sea”. It’s some really great electronic music in my opinion

  10. You should review Beiber’s new album. He’s growing up, but is his msuic growing with him? Or, perhaps, is his music growing too fast, making it risqué for his young audience?

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