Her's – Low Beam (Official Audio)


Pop out your leather jacket, grease your hair and cruise around town at night, whilst not forgetting to remain the emotional being that you are. Let’s meet on the hill top and cry together.

New single ‘Low Beam’ is out now!
Stream / Download: http://smarturl.it/LowBeam

Taken from the debut album ‘Invitation to Her’s’, out now on Heist or Hit.
Available on LP, CD, & Digital Download: http://radi.al/InvitationToHers

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I used a Laser Beam − PvP Live Commentary | Destiny 2 Joker's Wild


I haven’t played with Trace Rifles since the time we had laser tag trials. In this video I combo coldheart with duke to have some frosty plays. Watch me melt the competition, break down the loadout and give a couple pointers, and experience the live commentary (13.00+ KAD).

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Subliminal Messenges by LOWERCASE n https://soundcloud.com/lowercasen
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Slick Pro Tricks for Faux Beam Joinery


Massive mortise and tenon joinery is a key feature of rustic timber beams. Learn tricks I use to create a convincing replica of wedged mortise and tenon joints on solid white oak faux beams. The tricks include a couple simple but well thought out templates and a thoughtful workflow along with some dedicated tools that make the process dependable and accurate for consistent results.

Here’s a special collection of tools and supplies you’ll see in the video on a Next Level Carpentry Influencer’s page on Amazon:
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Tools and supplies purchased through links on the page are a way you can support Next Level Carpentry for free since stuff is the same price to you but Amazon pays a small ad fee which I really appreciate.
This is a more complete list of a bunch of other stuff I use in the shop and on jobsites:
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