4 men in cool IKEA Teenage Engineering jumpsuits

IKEA x Teenage Engineering to Collaborate on Electric Tech

Get your FREKVENS on with the new Teenage Engineering tech products soon to be sold at IKEA, including a record player.

The kitschy Swedish designs of Teenage Engineering are going big time at the multinational corporation IKEA. In a press release, the two announced an upcoming collection called FREKVENS that will consist of an electronic choir, vinyl player, party lighting and, “Anything else you need to throw a really good music party wherever you are.”

IKEA and Teenage Engineering will celebrate the new partnership with food, drinks and music at HAVEN Festival 2018, from August 10-11, an annual music and food festival held in Copenhagen, Denmark. Confirmed headliners include Arcade Fire and Kraftwerk 3D. The press release speculates that Band of Horses, Conor Oberst, Iggy Pop and the Nationals will also be there.

IKEA plans to serve their famous meatballs, but reports of fresh baked cinnamon rolls are unconfirmed. This will take place in a music installation designed by Teenage Engineering.

teenage engineering op-1 and 3 pocket operators

Teenage Engineering is a consumer electronic company known for their stylish line of synthesizers and other music equipment. Some of their best known products are Pocket Operators, the OP-1 keyboard synthesizer and the OD-11 multi room loudspeaker.

To learn more about Teenage Engineering visit the official website. Visit an IKEA near you to check out the food court, but be warned you may get lost and buy a ton of stuff.

Here are some stylish headphones that are just so extra. Learn how to be more future in style and everyday life, like Scandinavian music technology is.


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Elizabeth de Moya has contributed to DJ Mag, DJ TechTools, LA Weekly and Thump (Vice). She has a BA in Linguistics from UC Berkeley.