Thursday, April 30
Final show of the academic school year before the summer series. Nathan visits us in the studio and talks about his cute little girl crush while I do a freestyle battle against Mark who is off tonight. Check it out here. We apologize beforehand for the poor quality and overall peak out.
Monday, April 27
This is one of my favorite fixed gear videos I've seen, though I haven't seen many. Nothing too fancy or anything, just people having fun riding around. Just pay attention to some of the shots and how the camera operator is working. You can watch it in HD here.
Friday, April 24
This Friday's Vimeo Video is by David Altobelli. It's cool showcase of a cool song called We Own The Sky by M83. It's not the official music video but it is great nonetheless. You can check it out in HD here too.
Thursday, April 23
DJ Ango - Dirt Off Your Montanita
Kid Cudi - Poke Her Face feat. Kanye West and Common
Comeback Kid - Wake The Dead
Wale - Nike Boots
Wednesday, April 22
Monday, April 20
Sunday, April 19
If you've ever wondered what a radio show with me sounded like without me, this weeks show is just for you. But don't worry, Bill, Mark and Angela ran the ship when I was gone and talked about condoms, dog attacks and other things. So check it out by downloading it here.
Monday, April 13
Here's that video I promised. Vimeo sucks because you can only upload one HD video a week. But I'm no Bobby Hundreds to switch to YouTube just like that. I'm also no rich guy to drop $60 for Vimeo Plus. So make use of the HDness and watch it here too.
Anyways, Wale, National, Breakdown, Attention Deficit Tour, April 9th, 2009.
Friday, April 10
"The Attention Deficit Era has now begun."
As the words came from Wale's mouth, the Richmond crowd erupted. Dropping names such as Kid Cudi and Mickey Factz, one could really envision the great future of hip-hop.
Last night I was lurking for the Wale show at the National in Richmond, VA when I felt such an emotion during the set that is indescribable. So on that note, I won't describe it. Just know that when Wale's crew and I rushed center stage with the crowd screaming, the feeling was rich.
It was a good show, despite the long wait for Wale, with Richmond locals EarthTone opening up for the big man himself. Props to Jon Q and the rest of the guys for helping me out tons. I lost a hoodie, but the experience was worth it.
I'll have an exclusive video of the show up soon, but in the meantime check out the rest of the pictures at theworsteyes.
Thursday, April 9
Tonight on the show we had a slow start as usual, but we eventually started to talk about Slaughterama, a Mary Kay makeup comparison to drugs, and some sex statistics from the Richmond Ink Zine. We also played some tunes listed below. So make sure you check it out, download the podcast (which is buffer free), and tune in live next Wednesday at 10PM.
Download April 8th, 2009 here.
Passion Pit - Sleepyhead
World/Inferno Friendship Society - Only Anarchists Are Pretty
Lykke Li - I'm Good, I'm Gone (Black Kids Remix)
Empire of the Sun - Walking On A Dream
Wale - W.A.L.E.D.A.N.C.E.
Death Cab For Cutie - I Will Possess Your Heart
Jay-Z and Marvin Gaye - Hello Brooklyn feat. Lil Wayne
Monday, April 6
If you did not know, a few weeks ago I was in a production as the 2nd AC to the first ever 35mm production VCU has had. And if you remembered, I already wrote about this here.
Anyways, this was apart of an impromptu behind the scenes documentary type thing I did when shooting The Persistence of Everything. I shot it all using my D90 with a 50mm and 10.5mm Nikon primes. And when I wasn't behind the camera, either Caleb, Danny, Ian, Forrest, or Gerry was filming.
Feel free to watch it in HD here.
Sunday, April 5
The final installment of Days with Duy Nguyen. Friday the Thirteenth edition starring Blake and Francis with special appearance by Goose. What happen when a friendly game of skate goes horribly wrong? Find out.
Or find out in HD here if you dare.