Summer can be a stressful time having to deal with which cool event to go to and what’s the best outfit for a beautiful day. Well, now’s the time to stop popping xanax because I’ve found the solution: this Sunday’s Monologue Jam. It just so happens I’ll be one of the performing artists
I have my very first fan made music video. It’s kind of fantastic. All the credit must be given to Leon Lion. He’s a good friend of mine who among being a talented actor and writer, is also a pretty great animator.
Lately I have been having far too much fun bonding with my mac book pro. During that fun, I came up with a few songs. Those songs have been described as, “incredibly weird” and like, “tripping on LSD”. Among other things, they feature singing ghosts, myself playing a ton of synth, bumpin’ drum machines, and my very good friend Tori Ashley.
Yesterday I was the featured guest on WFMU’s program Minor Music. It was my first time being interviewed and performing on live radio. I also got to hear some really great work by other young musicians. Among them, one of Genesis’s songs during their years as a teen band (who knew, right?). Lastly, it’s worth noting that Jesse, the host, is a very cool guy. For the full listen, go to WFMU: Minor Music with Jesse Krakow: Playlist from January 21, 2013.
Tomorrow I will be featured on WFMU’s radio show, Minor Music, from 8pm—9pm. And if you, being the lovely person you are, would be so kind as to tune in and listen, I’d be very happy. There will be jokes told. There will be questions asked (with me hopefully responding in an intelligible manner). And there will be live performances. All in all, it’ll be the perfect way to end your Mr. King Birthday Bash party. Here’s the link: WFMU-FM 91.1/Jersey City, NJ; 90.1/Hudson Valley, NY.
The picture below is an example of just how passionate* I am about this upcoming event.
*awkward facial expression while singing = passion