“We’re just two slow dancers, last ones out.” Mitski wishes for the thrill, simplicity and honesty of adolescent love in her single Two Slow Dancers. The song’s tempo and her voice breathes life into her nostalgia. The song is from her upcoming album Be the Cowboy.
The TRAK XL is the bigger and improved version of the Titanium Runner’s Anywhere Knife (TRAK). Its larger size and two-finger grip makes it easier to hold than the original. It has a sharper and longer blade too. It comes with a neck sheath for convenient storage.
You already know kiwami japan as the Iron Chef of knife making. Today’s secret ingredient is… POTATOES!!! First he turned a potato into a starchy powder, then mixed it with glycerin and vinegar to make a putty. After drying and cutting the putty, he sharpened it into a blade.
Musterbrand’s upcoming Black Panther sweater is unmistakably inspired by the hero’s vibranium costume, yet won’t have you looking like you’re in costume. The officially licensed sweater has knit details on the sleeve and a knit chain reminiscent of King T’Challa’s necklace.
(PG-13) “Waaaake Up!” It’s set in Brooklyn, the scenes and language are vibrant and colorful, there’s a shot where the characters glide, oh and Spike Lee’s in it. But there’s more to Lee’s films than that. So what else is in a Spike Lee joint? ScreenPrism breaks it down.
This small (3.8″ long) but substantial (3.3 oz) flashlight features a body milled from solid brass. Its 4000K Nichia 219C high CRI LED offers four modes, from a dim 2 lumen “moonlight” up to a bright 470 lumens (with a 14500 battery) when you really need to see what you’re doing.
LEGO fan and maker Adam Woodworth has supersized yet another model. This time he took the basic LEGO helicopter from the International Jetport kit and made a gigantic version that actually can fly. He had to use foam instead of plastic bricks to pull off such magic.
Purple Orange Factory’s titanium carabiner-style tool offers several features not found in others. It securely holds two nano SIM cards, and packs a SIM remover, smartphone stand, eyeglass screwdriver, bottle opener, cable organizer, and doubles as a fidget spinner.
In most movies, the protagonist changes either for better or for worse. But it doesn’t mean that a character who hasn’t “learned his lesson” or “evolved” will be boring. Just Write shows how a staunch believer can still be an interesting and inspiring character.
Keep your items close and accessible without stuffing your pockets with DSPTCH’s new Sling Pouches. The small bag is ideal for keeping two items, the slim bag can keep three items, and the medium-sized one can fit a tablet or a book. Each one is available in two colorways.
For his latest build, Jackman Works created a jumbo-sized, hand-carved wood replica of a utility knife. It’s fully-functional, and just the right size for opening Paul Bunyon’s Amazon packages. He got the inspiration for the giant knife blade from fellow builder Jimmy DiResta.
A man enjoys his quiet and calm world every day until something loud and distracting enters his universe to shake things up. Animator Dan Castro’s short film proves that less is often sometimes more, and how sound can be just as important in telling a story as imagery.
Water-resistant mechanical keyboards are nothing new. But if you’re looking for the most bang out of your buck, check out Aukey’s offerings. Available in 87 or 104 keys, the keyboards are affordable yet still offer features such as RGB backlighting and N-key rollover.
Take a smooth ride through the waters of Miami, Florida in this beautifully-shot promo video for the Lift eFoil, an electric hydrofoil that lets you glide effortlessly above the surface with no need for wind, waves, or towing. Sadly, it’s only for those with very deep pockets.
We recently took the newly upgraded 2019 Mazda MX-5 Miata on a 600 mile road trip through scenic Southern California. Check out some of the sights we took in with the top down, and then check out our first drive review and driving impressions on 95Octane.
Back in the 1980s, car salesman Dennis Hope started selling plots of land on Earth’s moon, and has since expanded to other lunar and planetary bodies. We’re pretty sure he and his buyers own absolutely jack squat, but it’s a nice dream anyhow. Zach Christy’s video explains.
Presto’s Nomad Traveling Slow Cooker is easy to carry, transport and clean. It has a capacity of 8 qt and has a see through lid and a whiteboard so you can easily identify its contents. It has four settings and keeps food warm for hours. It does need a 120VAC outlet though.