Friends and fans of Chief and TheDoomsdayDevice are likely aware that film is just as important to me as music. Recently, after weeks of behind the scenes work from the homie Conwaythewhale, I was lucky enough to be interviewed by Justin and Edward of the Back to the Feature podcast, where the duo generally reviews film, talks topics and interviews Texas-based movers and shakers. Over the course of about an hour and a half, we talk about my short films, some of the upcoming projects I have taken part in, my collaborative efforts with Jeffrey Garcia, my recent top films of 2020 list from the DOOMonFILM blog and much more, and in all honesty, it felt like we could’ve kept going on and on. If you’re a fan of film and have some time to spare, I highly recommend giving this one a spin on Spotify, or wherever you stream your podcasts!
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All good things must come to an end. Taji, Ryan and Cody, the team behind The Negro Problem podcast, recently had to face this fact as they gathered for what seems like the last time for the unforeseeable future. No spoilers here though… in order to find out why they’ve come to the end of the road, and to find out what the future holds for each member of the team, you’ll have to tune in for yourself.
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As I’ve mentioned recently, a major part of 2018 has been exploring every aspect of my relation to film, be it my love for the medium or my drive to create. In the wake of this decision, the DOOMonFILM blog was created, and one of the goals for its creation was to open the door to new opportunities. In just 3 short months of existence, the first opportunity has emerged in the form of an invitation to appear on the Movies That Scarred Me podcast, hosted by Nick Hanover and Mark O. Stack. The two sit down weekly and talk about films the way that me and my friends do on a regular basis, and I am beyond excited to take part in this opportunity. Stay tuned and I’ll be sure to share when my episode goes up, but check out the other 4 in the meantime.
New Year’s Eve 2017 was one for the books. I found myself with 3 shows that evening, all in the square of San Marcos Texas. My first stop was Valentino’s Pizza, courtesy of the homeboy and crew ConwayTheWhale, for a early evening showcase. While there, I was lucky enough to meet Chaznik Raab of the Trial By Error Variety Show podcast. We jumped out in his ‘mobile studio’ for a few minutes to talk shop, and it recently hit the airwaves. Definitely take the time to listen, as many cool bands were interviewed that day. Here’s to everyone achieving their 2018 dreams!
Sophisticated tomfoolery… that’s what Crew54 calls it. After successful forays into music, visual and YouTube, the crew is now breaking new ground in the podcast realm with The Wyld Gents Podcast. M.O.S. and GChrist have always had personality and charisma, as well as undeniable chemistry, and the podcast is a chance to gain a deeper insight into that chemistry. The two bring their natural rapport to the podcast, and the topics (which range widely in variety) are all addressed earnestly and honestly. I’m looking forward to seeing what the two talk about in the future, and who knows… maybe ya boy will show up in the mix if they start inviting guests…
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A statement from Death In Amber:
Death in Amber is the opportunity for hidden, forgotten gems to get their due. Thanks to the internet, there is an ability to get those songs out so that people can hear them again, or for the first time.
Many musicians have spent a lot of time, money and effort recording their bands only to never have the opportunity to showcase that music to people. Bands break up, change names and members, and disappear, many times leaving a closet full of recordings that never see the light of day. Death in Amber gives it to you. Played. Captured. Preserved.