Music Sundays: Song Exploder – Ludwig Göransson And The Music of Black Panther


Hrishikesh Hirway’s SongExploder is a podcast that delves deep within, and explores musical compositions in an extremely vivd, very raw, and certainly, very human way. Following their journey on the road to creativity leaves even the most casual of listeners feeling like they’ve come back from a trip to the movies. […]

Music Sunday – Cuco- “Lo Que Siento”

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  Cuco is a new musician/band from LA with no debut album or EP to date, but have become increasingly popular within the last year. Since their transition from an electronic/experimental sound to a fusion of lo-fi indie, and folk, with hip hop drum samples, are part of what ganered Cuco […]

Editor’s Choice: The Bang & Olufsen E8


The entry of the Beoplay E8s into the truly wireless market; as in two physically independently ear pieces presents a very familiar, very charismatic, and by extension, very Bang & Olufsen impression. When considering the benchmark set by Apple’s Airpods is about $160 for what most consider as a generally undesirable look, fit, […]

Music Sunday – MGMT’s A Little Dark Ages: Colder, Cooler, And Easy Listening.

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  MGMT’s Music has always pin balled between accessibility and experiment, pop and psychedelia – a tension that has produced some of the catchiest, most synapse-stretching music of the young century. The band’ s fourth album pulls from each of MGMT’s earlier projects and moods: 80’s Style synth pop and […]

NYC Train Sign: Made in Brooklyn


  In the city of New York, time is an especially valuable commodity (which is why people move at a pace somewhere between a hasty stroll, and light run). Time management for the average New Yorker and city life in general revolve around the MTA  train system. Our sometimes loved, often […]

RollerMouse: Increased Efficiency for your PC

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Returning to the topic of ergonomics; the applied science of workplace efficiency, and comfort design, were discussing another desktop tool by workstation design company; Contour Designs. The RollerMouse is a unique take on your usual mouse and keyboard, quite literally rolled into one. While radically different than the aforementioned Unimouse in design. The […]

Unimouse, by Contour


Workstation comfort is an increasingly important factor these days, especially when your work grind involves sitting in front of a computer screen for hours. Amongst the quintessential office tools of keyboards and mice, it’s their prolonged use, especially of the latter over time which requires some caution. Prolonged mouse scrolling  can cause […]

Instrument 1: An Entire Band in One


The ‘holiday itch’ is back in full force for musicians this year; and with a product this satisfyingly provocative, we don’t mind being your enabler. The Artiphon INSTRUMENT 1 is an next generation multi-instrument, and MIDI controller that encompasses an entire band within its impressively compact package. The versatility of […]

The Alupen: A Pen/Stylus Combo


The art of scribing is definitely a lesser utilized one today, especially in place of the common wpm (word per minute) keyboard stroke, or thumb typing on mobile phones. That being said, there’s a need for utensil enthusiasts in the digital world, which is why Just Mobile created the AluPen; […]

Reduce, Reuse, Re-Book It.


The Rocketbook Everlast is the new and arguably improved version of the original Rocket Wave Book. This original concept lets you reuse your notebook continuously by erasing the pages, after backing up your information via a cloud drive, email, or other another of the applications many systems. The original Wave […]

Orbit Will Find Your Things


  Since the 80’s we’ve been living in an age of commodities – we love our stuff – literally, and that’s OK. Our cell phones store memories in the form of pictures and videos – applications used by those phones keep us interconnected – and our wallet’s store significant personal information. […]

The Beoplay E4: Palm Sized, Noise Cancellation


The Beoplay E4 are a solid pair of earphones, bringing noise canceling capabilities into a more compact form. Bang & Ofulsen started the brand Beoplay in an attempt to market their luxury designs and sound to a younger audience. B&O’s first earbuds; the H3, are the E4’s predecessor — known […]