Lilli, creator of the Born2bLilli YouTube channel, is always down to dish with interesting folks on the Austin scene. For the latest go-round, she sat down with OVRLD‘s Morgan to talk about the Austin-based blog, the music scene, I AM TX and his role as a producer, and much more. Check out the interview, give it a like, share or comment (if not all three), and be sure to subscribe so you can stay dishing with Lilli and company.
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Virgil Wolfe brought the musical vision, Punk With A Camera brought what it took to capture the vision in music video form, and Rib Fest Records helped make it all possible. The result is a testimonial style slice of life in the form of Gratitude, where we find Wolfe reflecting on all things big and small worth pointing out, because all of this shaped him into the man he is today. Punk With A Camera helps make everything easy to relate to, keeping the environments grounded rather than forcing Wolfe to posture like someone he is not. These are the kind of videos that both resonate good vibes and help you unlock your ability to do the same. Give it a like, a share and a comment, and keep supporting your favorite indie creators.
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Tagged chief, gratitude, punk with a camera, rib fest records, the doomsday device, virgil wolfe
Woah. Bird Peterson and Mike 2600, collectively known as Meal Ticket, have just put out what can be described as a mindf#ck of a music video with The Big One. I’m not going to ramble on about it, because words will not do it justice. Trust me, just hit play on this one. Then hit like. Then hit share. If you’re not completely speechless, leave a comment. Who knows? Maybe that will inspire more of this beautifully brilliant wildness.
Central Texas has always had a vibrant hip-hop scene, but over the years, an equally strong and diverse beat scene has developed. There are lots of different folks with lots of different styles, many of which appeal to me, but when Unusuals handed me a CD recently of If You’re Waiting Till We’re Dead, Don’t Bother Listening, I was not prepared for how blown away I would be. This is a seriously solid project, and already a strong contender for my local album of the year. I suggest you don’t sleep on this one.
Finishing an album is one of the most satisfying feelings a creator can experience. Over the course of the next 6 weeks or so, I will have the pleasure of doubling down on the experience, as I have 2 projects completed or near completion and ready to be released. A few weeks ago, I dropped the lead singles from A Memoir Called Noir, my upcoming rap album (and I recently dropped a third single from the album as well). At this point, I am releasing the lead 3 singles from the upcoming instrumental album, This Town Has Turned To Dust. Check them out, share them, and all that jazz.
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Tagged a blur to me, chief, free man in the morning, instrumental album, singles, the doomsday device, this town has turned to dust, writing this for other people
Attending podcasts is one of my favorite things to do, especially the ones that stick to a specific topic or interest. As a man of many, many interests and varied tastes, getting the opportunity to ramble about the things I love is a godsend. Recently, Nick Hanover of the Movies That Scarred Me podcast reached out and gave me the opportunity to talk about 2 movie scenes that are forever blazed in my brain. Check it out for a nice little trip down memory lane, stay linked to DOOMonFILM for more Chief Doomsday-related film talk, and support your local creatives!