AMY MILLER “TROPHY GIRLFRIEND”
In this bit from ‘Solid Gold,’ (premiered at Interrobang!) Amy Miller talks about the benefits and drawbacks of dating a millennial long distance, and how she stacks up against other women, in general. She knows that she’s a “trophy” too, but she may not thinking about the kind of trophy that you are. [Additional Camera: Elijah Hasan]
NATHAN BRANNON “OBSOLETE” (LIVE CLIP)
Nathan Brannon self-identifies as a germaphobe, and as such, he’s extremely uncomfortable around portable outhouses, especially at night. In this bit Nathan gives us a window into his germ fueled anxieties, and explains just how far he would go to avoid another port-a-potty encounter. [ Additional Camera : Elijah Hassan]
OXFIST “BRINGING THE HEAT” (FLYER)
Knowing what Oxfist had on tap for this particular DJ night, it was safe to say that there were some folks there who were gonna get their face melted off with the selections.
RHEA BUTCHER “HAIRCUTS & FLIGHT ATTENDANTS” (LIVE CLIP)
The lead single from Rhea Butcher‘s debut album, ‘Butcher,’ entitled “Haircuts & Flight Attendants” gives the audience a small vignette into the daily life of Rhea — as she’s continually mis-gendered and questioned about her age due to her appearance. (Originally premiered on After Ellen)
CAMERON ESPOSITO “DISPOSABLE EYEPATCH” (LIVE CLIP)
In this bit from ‘Same Sex Symbol,’ Cameron Esposito walks us through one of the treatments she had for her lazy eye condition, and speaks to what it was like trying to make friends in grade school while wearing a skin toned eyepatch and a Davy Crockett hat.
RHEA BUTCHER “7/11 & LIGHTERS” (LIVE CLIP)
In this clip from ‘Butcher,’ Rhea Butcher recounts the time she was carded at a 7/11 when attempting to purchase a lighter. After being slightly flattered by the request, at the time, more sinister interpretations of the interaction were pondered later. (Originally premiered @ Bandcamp Daily)
HARI KONDABOLU ‘MAINSTREAM AMERICAN COMIC’ (TRAILER)
Hari Kondabolu decided to record his second album for Kill Rock Stars in Portland, Oregon against the advice and some gentle(?) ribbing from his old Seattle friends. ‘Mainstream American Comic’ was born over the course of two evenings and three shows at Mississippi Studios, and this clip was plucked off the cutting room floor to promote the album.
SECOND LETTER “RUINS” (ALBUM ART)
The final artwork for Second Letter‘s “Ruins” gives a nod to the famous Audre Lorde’s quote, “The master’s tools will never dismantle the master’s house.”
SECOND LETTER “RUINS” (TRAILER)
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.