Mon, 29 November 2010
On this audio episode of Most People Are DJs we take a journey down a twisted and dark alley. In that alley we get acquainted with Mike E. Clark, the man that provides the beats and riffs to Insane Clown Posse, Boondox and other Psychopathic Artists. Underneath the lyrics of murder and mayhem are the crafty beats that Mike throws together from a production career than spans more than 2 decades. Mike has taken some of his latest material and re-wove it into his Murder Mix vol. II. which he was promoting on the night I interviewed him. During the interview we talk about his work with ICP, growing up as a producer and what music he likes – it’s not what you’re probably thinking. I took some video as well that night so expect to see some MPAD video event in the near future.
Music – ICP – “What Is A Juggalo?” , “I Do This” , and “Miracles”
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Thu, 18 November 2010
In this video I try something a bit different, rather than interview the artist, I’m interviewing the fans of the artist. Gary Numan is the perfect artist to try this out on, because, using myself as an example, we’re obsessive freaks about Gary Numan. Which bring me to the other odd thing on the video, me. Since I’m usually filming the video, I don’t the chance to put my ugly mug in it. With this video it seemed odd if I wasn’t in it. If you’re looking for a Gary Numan interview, I did that on MPAD#58, the last time he came to Detroit. This tour Gary performed the complete Pleasure Principle album, celebrating 30 years since the album came out. He also played some of his newer tracks which is when the energy of the show really kicked. Gary has said he never wanted to be one of those aging artists that are caught in the past, so it was interesting to see him take on his older material as the bulk of the show. I think it was easy to tell that his real interest is on his current music and that’s what he puts his heart into. Enjoy the video and let me know what your favorite Gary Numan song is.
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Category:vidcast -- posted at: 7:13am EST
Wed, 10 November 2010
Lots to talk about on this week's show, let's start with the movie Catfish. For a movie I didn't really like, I sure am thinking and talking a lot about it. Maybe it's because I still feel ripped off from the manipulative trailer, or maybe, even if I didn't enjoy the movie, the idea and controversy surrounding the film is too compelling to just forget about. I need to watch another documentary to get this one off my mind, any suggestions? I also mention my Most People Are VJs YouTube Channel, go check out the video I took at the Lights show. The interviews from this episode are take from Detroit Fanfare, follow their facebook fanpage to hear announcements about next year's show. Be sure to check out all the artists I interview: Guy Davis, Tim Seeley - read Hack/Slash!, Josh Blaylock - check out the Merch-Girl online comic and see a movie with Brian O Halloran in it.
Ariel's Pink Haunted Graffitti - Round and Round (Littte Loud Remix)
Dead Snares - City Sparks
Crystal Castles (featuring Robert Smith) - Not in Love
Steven Cooper - Seen It All Before
Sunday Girl - Tik Tok
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Wed, 3 November 2010
On this week’s Most People Are DJs vidcast edition is the band Amusement Parks on Fire, a shoegaze band from Nottingham, England. I did this video the same night as the Boxer Rebellion on MPAD#244. I didn’t expect to video with APoF , but their performance was so good and they seemed friendly enough to talk to. They were certainly friendly enough which could have had something to do with the amount of alcohol they consumed. If you watch the video you can tell a couple of members were, as they would say, absolutely “juiced up,” which made this video all the more fun to take. If you have even a partial interest in the music in the video, and yes, I know the tracking is a bit off with the vocals, you need to check out “Road Eyes.” It is a brilliant combination of sonic guitars, stellar vocals and beautiful noise. And, yes, it is very heavy.
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