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Second Wave :: My Latest Short Film, ‘HELP ME’, Now Streaming Online

Who knew that, out of all the genres of films I love, all the years I’ve dedicated to learning the craft, that the only thing I can apparently make are spooky movies?  What started simply as an idea of the visual of an abandoned home with a grossly outdated printer that kept producing cryptic messages has turned into something tangible that I can be proud of.  HELP ME essentially put itself together… it was one of the most uniquely organic projects I have ever worked on.

Thank you to Delano Taylor, Kelsey Huckaby and Colton Ferguson for believing in the vision and turning words on a page into characters an audience can connect with.  Thank you to David Marrs for always being supportive, and for allowing us to use a location that became the true star of the show.  Thank you to Soda Diet and More Eaze for allowing the use of your music… it brought an entirely new degree of engagement to the project.  Thank you to Steve Jones for jumping in on the project and earning an upgrade from script supervisor credit to producer credit… you brought some good stuff to the table.  Thank you to the Lost River Film Festival for allowing us to submit, and for granting it Honorable Mention status.

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And thank you to you, the individual who will hopefully watch it, share it, like it and leave a comment.  The project was made for the YouTube faithful, as I have been among your ranks for years now.  Here’s to many more coming, and here’s to bigger and better projects in the future.

-chief

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Looking Back :: The Final .::liquidstereoproject Show

It took many many years.  It took the rounding up of footage from multiple cameras.  It took finally getting an editing setup that could handle the magnitude of footage it would be forced to render, edit and so on.  And, after all of those hurdles, it took a full 24 hours to get it on YouTube, but it’s finally here and ready for the world : the final .::liquidstereoproject show.  This is comprised of footage collected from Atom ToddDave Brewer and myself.  Rather than choose the best moments, I decided to share it all.  The audio (and some of the video) is a little choppy, seeing as this was well before HD, but the feeling shines through.  I know I always say enjoy, but really and truly, I hope you do enjoy this… we left it all on the stage that night.

-chief

Transitional Steps :: Chief and TheDoomsdayDevice Drops Trailer For New Short Film ‘Repossession’

Coming soon… a new short film from Chief and TheDoomsdayDevice.  Starring Troy Baham Jr. (SymmaTree of Grid Squid and Stereofiend) and Sara NadeauRepossession is the examination of a soul reaper in a technological world, forced to play the role of repo man to complete his work.  Please like the trailer, subscribe to the YouTube channel, and keep an eye out for the full release this week.

-chief

Tantra Coffee House :: Corporate Elvis meets Electric Mayhem

One of my favorite recent bands to work with is Corporate Elvis.  Guitarist Robert Andrew and Drummer/Singer Mike Hidalgo Pittman are quite the dynamic duo, and every time I see them, I see improvement.  Here are some highlights from our recent show at Tantra Coffee House:

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Mike also took some photos… you can take a quick flip through them here.

-chief

A Word On The Trains…

How I Learned To Stop Worrying And Love The Train

an examination of how something that once caused major annoyance in my life became a source of inspiration.

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05 : Train Of Consequences
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-chief

A Look Back : Skatography by Nick Lochman (featuring the music of .::liquidstereoproject)

Today I was digging through some old media, and I found a nice piece of work done by my good friend Nick Lochman.  It’s a nice Audio-Visual entitled “Skatography”, and it features some vintage pre-9/11 good times in the good old SMTX 78666.  The music was done by .::liquidstereoproject, and it’s a little ditty called Abstract Freefall.

Check it out, and flash back to an easier time…

-chief

An Introduction to Audio-Visuals

As an artist who has never liked the restraints of a title, I have made the highly arrogant decision to no longer refer to music and film unified as a “music video”, for fear that I may limit myself from the realm of creative possibilities.  I will use the term “Audio-Visuals” in place of “music video” from here on.

Thank you for taking the time to put up with my pretentiousness.

-chief