Tagged: urban-camouflage

Cross-Post – Bruins Moves and Underground Hip Hop

This is just a quick note to say that I’ve written a post on Urban Camouflage about Stones Throw Record’s latest marketing idea, which is to sell a bag of fair-trade coffee with Oh No’s newest album, and a few posts on Black, White and Gold about the Bruins’ recent trade moves and their first couple of Pre-Season games.

Check them out – you’ll love them…if your tastes are as bizarrely particular as mine are.

Cross Post – Weird Bruins Trades & Play a Song In B-Flat Major

orange lilythe cross post helix as represented by tangled lily stamens

Just a heads-up that I posted about the Bruins’ recent trades, shipping Aaron Ward to the Hurricanes (for nobody, basically) and their pick-up of Derek Morris. You can read my analysis of these trades on Black, White & Gold.

I also put up a post on Urban Camouflage about the In B Flat project, which carries a series of YouTube videos (all tuned to B Flat Major) that allow users to create their own ambient musical pieces from triggering the videos in whatever order they choose.

Check them out!

Cross Post – Waits, Beck, Smith and Recchi

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the cross post helix as represented by playground equipment

Just a quick note to say that I’ve put up a post on Black, White and Gold about the Bruins’ recent Free Agent signings, and two posts on Urban Camouflage – the first about Elliott Smith’s car, which is for sale in Austin, Texas, and the second about Beck’s new initiative to interview people he digs, starting with Tom Waits.

Music Posts on Urban Camouflage

sit on the artA great deal of my writing has been focused on music and the audio arts, so I thought I would put up a post here about Urban Camouflage – the blog that I’ve used to collect the majority of my music writing over the years.

There was a considerable gap between late 2007 and early 2009 as I was busy with other writing outlets, but as I’ll be updating Urban Camo more regularly, I thought I’d post here to draw your attention to the blog. Check it out, and let me know your thoughts.