The lead single from Rhea Butcher’s debut album, ‘Butcher,’ entitled “Haircuts & Flight Attendants” gives us a vignette into the daily life of Rhea — as she’s continually mis-gendered and questioned about her age due to her appearance.
Hari Kondabolu decided to record his second album for Kill Rock Stars in Portland, despite the fact that his Seattle friends “berated” him for doing so. Over the course of two evenings and three shows at Mississippi Studios, ‘Mainstream American Comic’ was born.
The trailer for Second Letter’s “Ruins” takes a tounge-in-cheek approach to marketing downloads in a streaming world, reminding folks that there is no ownership attached to Spotify playlist.
Given “Take It On Faith”‘s heavy use of NASA samples, and the overall “conspiracy” theme to Art of Ballistics‘ ‘REX 84,’ it made sense to create a montage of vintage sci-fi and official state documentation that kinda blurs the lines between what’s real, what’s possible, and what has yet to be.
Using footage shot by several members of the camera crew I enlisted for the Cameron Esposito ‘Same Sex Symbol’ album taping, I comped together an almost 360° view of Cameron walking on-stage for the first show of the evening to give a sense of excitement and release.
In this clip from Cameron Esposito’s ‘Same Sex Symbol,’ she recounts the time when an audience member decided to point out the obvious… that she doesn’t look like the type of woman who sleeps with men.