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Tight Team :: New Episode Of ‘Welcome To Your Doom’ Focuses On Dynamic Duos

There’s a hot new episode of Welcome To Your Doom fresh off the press.  This time around, Chief and TheDoomsdayDevice‘s wandering eye focuses on dynamic duos in the Texas music scene.  The variety is deep on this one, so take a moment to tune in to some good underground music from some up and coming artists.

-chief

Visual Delights :: ‘Welcome To Your Doom’ Dives Into Short Films

Chief and TheDoomsdayDevice (me) presents Welcome To Your Doom, episode 003.  This time, the focus is on short films, and is meant to show you that there is a wealth of entertainment on YouTube you may or may not be aware of that is highly innovative, exploratory and original.  This round of short films features the work of Jeffrey GarciaNatalia RocafuerteNicolas Luna and Nik Crawford.  It’s rated PG-13 or so, and depending on where you work, it may be NSFW.  Regardless, when you’ve got half an hour to set aside, enjoy!  New episode coming, hopefully sooner than later…

-chief

Next Episode :: Episode 002 of ‘Welcome To Your Doom’ Now Available

That’s right y’all, we’re going back to back.  Welcome To Your Doom will more than likely not be a weekly web series, but this initial round of inspiration has me on excessive output mode.  Therefore, the (iN)Sect Records episode of Welcome To Your Doom went into production mode and is now ready for enjoyment by the masses.

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Next Episode :: Chief And TheDoomsdayDevice Presents ‘Welcome To Your Doom’

After several months of brainstorming and planning, I am proud to announce my latest creative venture.  Welcome To Your Doom is a webseries I am creating/curating, and it will be an attempt to move my tastemaker status into the YouTube realm.  Each episode will focus on a different topic… some specific to my hometown of Austin, and some specific to people/places/practices I have been a part of over the years.  Episode 001 is a focus on the street art of Austin, with pieces I have found online focusing on the Hope GalleryJason EMike Johnston and REST.  Hopefully this series will continue to grow, and everyone out there will allow me to guide them through my influences and experiences.  Thank you in advance.

-chief