Apr 6, 2007

Going Undercover

"Undercover" is working prototype of a blanket embedded with 24 wireless speakers that produce sound via a Bluetooth connection from any audio device (iPod, computer, radio, etc). The intimate experience allows you to cuddle up in a cocoon of the noise and vibrations of your favourite album. It's probably not completely healthy to go sleep covered in Beyonce, but sometimes the sultry tones of Amy Winehouse refusing to go to Rehab are the perfect company after a bar-soaked night. It looks like Sean over at Said The Gramophone has a pop-crush that rivals mine on Beyonce... and he makes it sound a lot nicer than Rihanna does.

Amy Winehouse - Rehab (mp3)

7 comments

At Saturday, April 07, 2007, Blogger beth wick said...

such a good, ironic song for now, considering how many hollywood celebs have been in and out of rehab. It is cool Amy says, "no."

 
At Saturday, April 07, 2007, Blogger beth wick said...

one more thing about rehab:
Britney Spears met Howie Day in rehab in Malibu. Now they are seeing each other romanticlly. Funny how things work.

 
At Monday, April 09, 2007, Anonymous Dana Gordon said...

Excellent choice for the Undercover tune, loved it!
I just want to mention that the blanket was designed with my colleague, Alejandro Zamudio Sánchez. And here's our shared website: Zazaziza

 
At Monday, April 09, 2007, Blogger Kyle said...

Thanks for the info, Dana... love your work. Did you find this by googling yourself? Glad you stopped by.

 
At Monday, April 09, 2007, Blogger Johnny said...

The Undercover blanket is so awesome! I want one, so I can go to sleep with Glenn Miller bomarding my body. Well.. him or Dinah Washington

 
At Tuesday, April 10, 2007, Anonymous Dana Gordon said...

Well actually no, I didn't google my name, I noticed traffic coming from this url, and was curious. I'm happy that I found this blog, love the concept and certainly enjoy the music :)

 
At Tuesday, April 10, 2007, Blogger Rachel said...

by the way i have been listening to amy's cd on repeat for weeks now. i'm pretty sure it's a healthy obsession, right?

 

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