Since the answer is an unfamiliar chemical compound, I don't think any of us can manage this alone, so I started this wiki answer for collaboration. If you want to post a separate answer yourself, please feel free to do so.
Here's the blue band split to pieces to keep ideas (I prefixed mine with my name, but feel free to edit or remove them if you need to) and given hints from comments (in blockquotes) in better order.
hint: it's not "a" song but it's used in lots and lots of songs all the time. your first comment from 50 minutes ago (EDIT: included below) was on the right track.
..the music is a generic drum beat that could be from any of a hundred different songs. If I had to guess from the particular rhythm of the beat, maybe from late eighties or early nineties?
Bass: the music seems to be a Funk / Soul / Hiphop -type drum beat, quickish and a bit "bouncy". The picture crossed out with the blue symbol seems to be of a broken glass.
North: The first image is something known as an "Amen Break"
North: I was thinking the second image is a star amulet?
Peregrine Lennert: It looks like a pentagram, so maybe something to do with penta-. Update: Sorry for doing this late but wanted to post my own answer first. It's "pentacle"
Be more specific of what kind of medal like object it is, but it's not really a medal, no
penta is close but its not an prefix it's an entire word
Bass: Hard to tell with so few pixels, but looks like a rock, probably metallic, or possibly molten on one side. Maybe "ore" or "meteorite"? Might be just a lump of some metal too, though.
Bass: Never seen one of these. A water filter? A centrifuge?
Peregrine Lennert: The fourth image appears to be a humidifier, dehumidifier, or maybe an air conditioner. Zooming in, one can see the word cool on the tag. Searching for the specific product in the image doesn't turn up anything useful, so I'm adding my contribution here.
this is the one that requires the subtle visual interpretation of the entire object on the complex plane to help you figure out. It's a very specific product and that hint will help you find it slightly better. you can save it for later.
Q: How am I on the fourth?
A: getting colder. think smaller also, liquids. hope that helps narrow it down.
it does not say cool on the tag. another hint is that the word on the tag probably won't help you figure out what it is. though here is a hint: if you figure out what the entire object in the foreground containing all the elements can be interpreted as being, combined with my last comment in reply to you, I can then tell you how to use that information to help you figure out what it is.
Bass: Maybe "rate" or "slope"?
Bass: Seems to be a stereotypical French guy pointing at me. Maybe some pronoun in French? Like "Tu"?
Bass: again hard to tell, but it's either a light, or high speed burning gas. Possibly "-lite", or the name of the gas, since we are going for a chemical compound.
Peregrine Lennert: It looks like the exhaust from a jet engine, or something similar.
F1Krazy: I'm pretty sure this is a Hall-effect thruster, also known as an ion thruster. Since we're looking for a chemical compound, the important word here is probably "ion".
Seventh object: you're getting a bit colder. the name for this one includes the entire object and not just the gas/emittance part.
Extra hint: the seventh object at the end is what will help you figure out the tiny extra hint to help you find the name of the fourth object.
Bass: Seems to be the complex plane, mirrored horizontally.
Q: how likely is it that I have heard the name of this particular chemical compound before? –
A: unlikely because it is obscure and useless I believe. but it’s not ridiculously long or complicated though is long.
global hint: knowing how the reversed complex plane and everything plays into the other word of the rebus is also important but will not help you find the name of the chemical compound (unless you use that information to narrow it down a bit if you have knowledge of chemistry.) [this is actually a really big hint (but not for the objects in the foreground) if you interpret it properly]