There’s a reason everyone’s obsessed with the Sonos speaker system. It easy to use and it sounds good as shit. This system lets you stream your fav new tracks over wi-fi, not Bluetooth, so the music doesn’t stop unless you do – even if you get a phone call. Their Play:1 speaker is also humidity resistant, perfect for singalong showers in the bathroom or sweet backyard hangs.
In this dizzying digital age we’re all caught up in, who doesn’t appreciate a good book? There’s more then plenty hype reads to pick, from The Autobiography of Gucci Mane ($17) to acclaimed music writer Jenn Pelly’s new 33 ⅓ novel on The Raincoats ($10.37). If they haven’t already read it, grab ’em Meet Me in the Bathroom by Lizzy Goodman ($26.99) and/or Hanif Abdurraqib’s book of essays They Can’t Kill Us Until They Kill Us ($11.99). We’ve also heard good things about Reckless Daughter: A Portrait of Joni Mitchell ($19.95) but haven’t read it yet. Get it for us?
One always needs a good pair of headphones and one wants to look good whilst wearing them. These babies are made with zebra wood and a portion of proceeds goes to those in need of hearing aids worldwide. Sounds good right?
Pick your Saint of choice. Dolly Parton, Stevie Nicks, Drake…the list goes on. Thanks to Etsy, you can pretty much pick whomever you want and get ‘em on a prayer candle these days. Cute!
For any indie Cindy with a song in their heart.
Everyone loves some sweet sweet vinyl! Hit up your local record shop and grab some wax for those who bring music to your life. Nothing tops the gift of good tunes. If you’re in Toronto, hit up the Myseum x Sonic Boom Pop Up Record Shop. It’s a curated selection of vinyl from local Toronto artists only (rare Joni Mitchell, Neil Young and early The Weeknd and Drake records) + exclusive new Sonic Boom merch. It’s located at the TIFF Bell Lightbox and open Wed-Sun (11am – 7pm) every week until December 15th.