- Geek & Sci-Fi
We all can think of some things that are dirty and pretty at the same time, but from this point on, you should probably refer to Rapper Big Pooh's new album, Dirty Pretty Things.
Here’s another way to build your brand at a music festival: connect with like-minded artists in legendary surroundings to create original music.
Growing up in Central Virginia, there were no professional sports teams in close proximity. Because of this, attending a Richmond Braves - formerly the Triple A affiliate of the Atlanta Braves - baseball game during the summer was the closest many people who call the area home ever got to a big league game.
Festival fatigue has lingering effects that last for days and beset even the staunchest of music fans. The consecutive days of blaring bass, constant standing while nodding along to whatever beat's playing, shaking more hands than a stumping politician, the lack of sleep & the consistent blur of it all create a war of attrition that few if any can survive without coming back feeling that perpetual motion feeling that's similar to initial few minutes after having exited a swimming pool. Even days later, my wife yelled to have me assist with a chore and I immediately threw my hands in the air as if she were an emcee dictating what my response should be. But it's all for the good. I came away from A3C with more CDs, business cards, shared experiences and endless gigabytes of photos and video. However, it now all lays aside my desk like a waste treatment plant, staring at and challenging me to attempt to sift through it. Countless items on the to-do list versus an overwhelming inbox, zero video editing skills and another flight out in the morning for a short trip. While we continue to recover, we didn't want to leave you hanging for recap information because there's plenty of it. Of the 200+ artists billed to attend the Festival, rest assured that mine eyes witnessed at least 120 of those acts and that's a whole lot of Hip-Hopping. There were several underdogs and other artists who I'd never heard of but both ended up flooring me with their stage presence. Of course, there were the letdowns too, the ones who had the stage presence of a 2" x 4". Later, we'll get to all that. The Kid Daytona touches the people in many ways. For now, enjoy a few snapshots taken from our Perfect Attendance stage and a variety of video clips collected from inbox. And start saving for SXSW now.
My name is my name © Frank Lucas Mick's upbringing and lifestyle may be slightly different the Frank's but they still share one important trait.
Through no fault of his own, Joe Scudda's Not Your Average Joe EP probably won't rank as #1 on his 2010 "Best Memories" list when it's all said and done.
Funny how life can have its ups and downs all in the same work day.
If everyone can raise your cans of PBR, I'd like to make a toast.
You know why I like Joe Scudda.
"That's why I hold it down from summer to summer/your career's like a calender, your days is numbered.
It's nice to see us fans/bloggers aren't the only ones feeling Gibbs.
With the holidaze and such, the week went by @ a semi-confusing pace.
Just a disclaimer: this is not your average remix.
Trackstar's relocated, now situated and back on his grind.
Statik Selektah rounds up a posse of MCs possessing contrasting qualities to create an incredible track.
Mixed By DJ Warrior & DJ Skillz Shit.