November 2018

On the Hunt for What’s Cool

November 30, 2018

So Yesterday by Scott Westerfeld I found this book in the library and the premise was very intriguing. “Ever wonder who was the first kid to keep a wallet on a big chunky chain, or wear way-too-big pants on purpose? What about the mythical [Keep Reading]

DJ Culture on the Page

November 29, 2018

The World of DJs and the Turntable Culture by Todd Souvignier This book was published in 2003 as a basic introduction to DJ culture. It explores some of the technology we use, the history behind where it came from, and where it might be heading in [Keep Reading]

O.C. from N.C. Makes a Song Cry

November 28, 2018

No stranger to the show, O.C. from N.C. returns to talk about his new album, the use of the n-word in rap, his writing process, and all things hip-hop. And of course, DJ Chase March drops some great new jams and old school gems. We then close off [Keep Reading]

Nurture Talent in Your Classroom

November 27, 2018

This weekend, I watched a film on Netflix entitled, The Kindergarten Teacher. There are plenty of movies about inspirational teachers who truly make a difference in the lives of their students and community. This is not one of those movies. The [Keep Reading]

Staying Fit and Active This Winter

November 26, 2018

For me, running season lasts from about April or May to October or November. I like to take the winters off for a variety of reasons. This year, however, I am not sure that is a good idea. First off, starting back in the spring is getting more [Keep Reading]

Looking Back to November Past

November 23, 2018

Chasing Content is a regular feature here on Silent Cacophony where we take a moment to look back at some memorable posts. You can read all of the posts from November 2016 . . . or just these highlights. Planet of the Apes – Book Vs Movie My [Keep Reading]

Too Many Robins

November 22, 2018

We Are Robin Vol. 1: The Vigilante Business I’m not sure if this series was inspired by the Spider-Verse in Marvel comics which sees hundred of variants on Spider-Man from a variety of parallel Earths. Maybe the premise was inspired by The [Keep Reading]

How Did We Survive Passed the Novelty?

November 21, 2018

The Anthology of Rap by Adam Bradley and Andrew DuBois When rap became an official genre of music back in 1979, many people thought that it wouldn’t last. Dozens of forgettable tracks were released. There were some horrible recordings that [Keep Reading]

WIB Rap Radio #338 – Come Back Home

November 18, 2018

No guests this week, it’s just two hours of great hip-hop music mixed live for the 338th edition of Word is Bond Rap Radio. The episode is book-ended with Kool G Rap tracks. We kick off the show with “Honest Truth” by Kool G Rap [Keep Reading]
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