I'm Brett. I dig writing. It's fun. I'm fascinated with vintage anything, struggling with my fading hairline, continually quirky, and unabashedly sincere. I like the Green Bay Packers, Assassin's Creed, Incubus, Chevelle, and Eminem.
I like stuff. Music, movies, games, books. That sorta stuff. Stuff.
The Biore product line is usually fairly strong. The unclogging scrub is a blemish on their record though. Get it? Blemish? Cause it's supposed to clear those?...nevermind.
First off, the micro beads are a little small. They don't scrub as much as you would expect. Then there's the fact that it seems to dry out your face if used on a daily basis. If you don't plan on using it that much, you might be fine.
Past that, it is a decent cleanser. It does give a pretty deep clean. There hasn't been much of a problem with black heads. But it goes back to the fact that it's not a great daily scrub.
Everyone has different skin, so be sure to try it yourself if you're… Read more
The Hercules WAE speaker is a fantastic find for music lovers. The portability of it is great, the sound is pristine, and the ease of use is nothing more than a button press. The downfall is the price...
First things first. You open the box. Pull out the speaker. Turn it on. Turn on the Bluetooth on your phone/device of choice. Find the speaker. Connect. Done.
To enhance your listening experience, they do offer a free app from the Google Play Store. This app lets you tweak your sound settings, however, they also offer an AM/FM radio and access to your media from the app itself. Very worth the price.
As for the sound, it's right on. I had a… Read more
With each new venture, be it with Incubus, on his own, or his fantastic poetry/art books, Brandon Boyd continues to push the limits of what an artist can do. He has made a career out of evolving, one album at a time.
With Boyd's latest, he takes on the name of 'Sons of the Sea' and tackles an EP, dubbed simply, Compass.
Four songs. Four songs is all it takes to remind you why he is such an unbelievably talented musician. Leaving Incubus comparisons in his rearview, he treats us to everything from an upbeat dance-y feel to it, a thought provoking ballad, a catchy vocally driven track, and a traditional 'Brandon Boyd' song.