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-VIDEO: Chief and TheDoomsdayDevice – ‘New Zulu Zandu’ [ 319 – UGSMAG.com – Wednesday, March 15, 2016 ]

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-Our Austin Music Friend’s Picks For Best Of 2016 [ ovrld.com – Friday, December 30, 2016 ]

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– stareable(dot)com featured series [ stareable.com – Sunday, December 18, 2016 ]

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-‘Money From Home // Chief & TheDoomsdayDevice // @ChiefDoomsday’ [ @Mirage512 – QuiteTrillWorldWide – Monday, September 6, 2016 ]

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-Out of Focus: Walker Lukens, Eastern Sea and More [ Nick Hanover – OVRLD.com – Wednesday, August 31, 2016 ]

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-VIDEO: Chief and TheDoomsdayDevice – ‘Money From Home’ [ 319 – UGSMAG.com – Monday, August 22, 2016 ]

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-Butcher Bear ‘Barbaric Rhetoric’ featuring Chief and TheDoomsdayDevice and BoomBaptist [ Dana Mirage512 Thompson – QuiteTrillWorldwide.Wordpress.com – Monday, July 25, 2016 ]

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-Exclusive Video Premiere: Butcher Bear ‘Barbaric Rhetoric (featuring Chief and TheDoomsdayDevice and BoomBaptist)’ [ Morgan – OVRLD.com – Thursday, July 21, 2016 ]

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-The Jeffrey Garcia Show [ S2 E4 : Chief and TheDoomsdayDevice, Dr. Thatchenberg – Jeffy’s Playhouse – Thursday, June 16, 2016 ]

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-Out of Focus: Ringo Deathstarr, A Giant Dog, Alex Napping and More [ Nick Hanover – OVRLD.com – Wednesday, March 9, 2016 ]

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-Blend (Moonwalk Don’t Run) + Chairs Missing || Chief and TheDoomsdayDevice (@ChiefDoomsday) [ Dana Mirage512 Thompson – QuiteTrillWorldwide.Wordpress.com – Monday, March 7, 2016 ]

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-Out of Focus: Riders Against the Storm, Troller, Lench and More [ Nick Hanover – OVRLD.com – Wednesday, February 17, 2016 ]

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-Weird City Fest: Interview with Chief and TheDoomsdayDevice [ Kendra Sells – KTSW 89.9 – Monday, January 18, 2016 ]

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-#ATXHipHop 2015: A Complete Discography [ Adam Protextor – OVRLD.com – Tuesday, December 15, 2015 ]

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-Turnt Up : Weird, weirder, weirdest Hip-Hop Fest make-good [ Kahron Spearman – Austin Chronicle – Friday, October 23, 2015 ]

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-Moodhouse Podcast :: Episode # 16 – Chief and TheDoomsdayDevice, NOISEY Noise Rap Article, LA Life [ MOODHOUSE Podcast – Monday, October 12, 2015 ]

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-Transition Man by Chief and TheDoomsdayDevice (@ChiefDoomsday) [ QuiteTrillWorldWide.wordpress.com – Tuesday, September 8, 2015 ]

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-Episode 62 – Chief and TheDoomsdayDevice [ Dusty Grooves Radio podcast – Sunday, August 16, 2015 ]

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-The Latest Toughs: Songs To Get You Through The Week [ovrld.com– Tuesday, August 11, 2015]

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-Chief and TheDoomsdayDevice – Slow Burnout [Instrumentals] [2015] [ Beat Tape Co-Op – Monday, May 11, 2015 ]

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-Chief and TheDoomsdayDevice : Mohawk 4-24-15 (Zeale CD Release show [Music Felon – Saturday, April 27, 2015]

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-Photo Review: Chief and TheDoosmdayDevice, Anthony Maintain and Coolzey at Spider House Ballroom [ovrld.com – Thursday, November 13 2014]

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-Knowing is Half the Battle: Chief and TheDoomsdayDevice Takes On the Internal Big Brother on Limitless [ OVRLD.com – Friday, April 18 2014 ]

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-Chief and TheDoomsdayDevice [ Bobcat Fans | SMTX – April 2014 ]

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-Chief and TheDoomsdayDevice : live on-air interview/performance [ KSYM 90.1 – San Antonio – Wednesday, March 5, 2014 ]

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-Chief and TheDoomsdayDevice – LIMITLESS [EP] [ OK-Tho.com – Saturday, February 8, 2014 ]

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-Public Enemy played Mohawk (pics) [ www.BrooklynVegan.com – Sunday, December 29, 2013 ]

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-Money for Nothing: Is Free Week Good for the Live Music Capital of the World? [ http://www.ovrld.com – December 12, 2013 ]

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-Chief and the doomsday device [ San Marcos Daily Record – Sunday, November 24, 2013 ]

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-Texas Braincell Massacre with special guest Chief and TheDoomsdayDevice [ Texas Braincell Massacre – Wednesday, August 21, 2013 ]

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“…Chief has kept the spirit of Hip-Hop alive through his original lyrical content and driving beat creations, interwoven with classic tracks on his album Permanent Record.

-TUNE IN TUESDAY | Chief and TheDoomsdayDevice [ Juniper Sunrise .com – Tuesday, August 20, 2013 ]

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-Episode 7 – Chief and TheDoomsdayDevice [ Dusty Grooves podcast – Friday, July 19, 2013 ]

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-Episode 2 – .::liquidstereoproject [ Death In Amber podcast – Saturday, July 7, 2013 ]

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 -Chief and The Doomsday Device [ The University Star – Tuesday, September 18, 2012 ]
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Chief and TheDoomsdayDevice Reveals Musical Influences by Amy Green [ University Star (Texas State University) – Wednesday, September 12, 2012 ]

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-Chief and TheDoomsdayDevice : Other Side Drive Interview [ KTSW 89.9 – Monday, August 20, 2012 ]

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-Chief and TheDoomsdayDevice : DJ Culture Interview [ KTSW 89.9 News – Sunday, March 18, 2012 ]

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-Chief and TheDoomsdayDevice : Local Show Interview [ KTSW 89.9 Local Show – Thursday, January 27, 2012 ]

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BOY-COTT MAGAZINE INTERVIEW
-Chief and TheDoomsdayDevice rotates his Mechanical and Verbal Weaponry for the Masses::: (interview) by Mamba [ Boy-Cott Magazine – Wednesday, November 16, 2011 ]

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“Dig into the local music scene far enough and Greg Williams’ name will appear every time.  A mainstay for more than a decade, the MC, poet and producer has injected his own creativity into numerous local music projects — often times many at one time… “It/ll Be Better Tomorrow” pull(s) from all kinds of genres, styles and time signatures to create Williams’ own voice.”
-Going His Own Way by Jeff Walker [ San Marcos Daily Record – Friday, September 23, 2011 ]

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“[It/ll Be Better Tomorrow] is complete with Cat Power samples, sweet beats, and lovely baritone phrasing…get it!”
-Suzanna Choffel [ Facebook – Tuesday, September 13, 2011 ]

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“I liked the music [It/ll Be Better Tomorrow]… it was like listening to jazz.  Powerful message and your own style entirely.”
– Grimnasty [ Facebook – Monday, September 12, 2011 ]

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“With uncompromising backpack raps over crushing rock tracks, the LP plays like a lost companion disc to the seminal Judgement Night soundtrack.  The project is remarkably cohesive and exceeds the measure of any collaboration; the sum total is better than the individual parts.”
SXSW Records : Binary Audio Misfits by Thomas Fawcett [ Austin Chronicle – Friday, March 19, 2010 ]

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“Plenty of bands have long-distance working relationships — the digital age has allowed musicians to swap ideas without being on the same continent, let alone in the same city.  Binary Audio Misfits, however, can add language and culture alongside the tyranny of distance.  Half of the group are French — members of the band Expérience — and the other half hail from Texas (they’re members of the Word Association).  Formed after discovering each other on MySpace in 2007, the band have managed to overcome the challenges of working separated by the Atlantic and released their debut album in 2009.  This will be their second SXSW appearance.”
Binary Audio Misfits Interview : SXSW 2010 by Sonia Taourghi [ Spinner – Monday, March 15, 2010 ]

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“Electric Mayhem have played a significant role in San Marcos nightlife for the past six and a half years… Despite a slow start, the duo began to gain steady popularity through word of mouth by the end of the summer in 2002. By 2005, Lucy’s was hitting max capacity every Wednesday.”
Electric Mayhem by Ashley Cass [ San Marcos Local News – October 9, 2008 – http://www.newstreamz.com ]

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“The Word Association’s debut runs closer to Minneapolis hip-hop than that of Houston. The San Marcos troupe demonstrates verbose lyricism…”
Texas Platter : The Word Association, lucid. by Chase Hoffberger [ Austin Chronicle – Friday, February 15, 2008 ]

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“The years of spinning together have allowed (them) to add texture to the music they play.”
Electric Mayhem puts the spin on Lucy’s by Leah Kirkwood [ The University StarTrends – Wednesday, October 4, 2006 ]

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[ Study Breaks Magazine (Cover Story) – Spring 2004 ]

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“The guys in the band (The) Word Association hang out like brothers would… when the crew is together in the living room, it feels like a family lives there… It’s a good scene.  They look excited about the music they’re making.”
Word Association Spells Out Brotherhood by Daniel Schaetz, Music Reporter   [ The University StarTrends – Thursday, November 6, 2003 ]

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“When LSP did take the stage, more students filled the lawn and stage area to see what was going on and to catch the band’s always-invigorating set.  Everyone who was present seemed to lighten in mood as old friends chatted and grooved to the music, and new friends met on the dance floor out of love for the music.  The short set was solid and light-hearted, continuing with the theme of the fest as the band members seemed to channel the excitement of the crowd into its music, pleasing all with ears and a love for music.”
Students fill Sewell Park for Southwest Music Fest by LeAnne Matula, Senior Reporter [ The Daily University Star – Wednesday, April 16, 2003 ]

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“.::liquidstereoproject is not your typical hip-hop/rock band… They take music to a different level, adding alternative rock sounds, mixes and scratches and touches of jazz and funk.  The result is as smooth as a baby’s bottom.  These guys are rising on the underground hip-hop scene.”
Best Bets : Hot Hip-Hop [ Austin American-Statesman – Wednesday, December 18, 2002 ]

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“At first listen, it’s hard to box the band into a certain genre.  Their style of music includes different elements which makes them unique.”
.::liquidstereoproject fuses jazz, funk, rock with hip-hop by Asther Asmelash, Music Reporter [ The Daily University Star – Tuesday, October 8, 2002 ]

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“The music is a melting pot of rhythm.  The smooth delivery of vocals blend gracefully over the combination of samples, live instruments and turntables.”
A Melting Pot of Sound : Music As Second Nature by John Parker [ San Marcos Scene – Fall 2002 – .::liquidstereoproject Band of the Month ]

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.::liquidstereoproject named Best Local Band 2002
– [ The San Marcos Daily Record – Wednesday, July 31, 2002 ]

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