I don't normally talk about the stuff I listen to while I work on the strip so allow me to drop a couple of non-film links (and a video) on what I rock when I'm working.
- Radio Free Burrito: It's no big surprise that I'm a fan of Wil Wheaton. I retweet his stuff, I've quoted him in a number of situations and I do indeed listen to his podcast. Give it a listen. It's neat and random and full of geek goodness.
- The Beat Bee Sessions: Jim Mahfood (Food One) and Jane Dope bring you massive mixes of some of the best tunes I've heard in a long while. It's a bit of funk, hip hop and old school goodness straight from the West Coast from two folks who know their music.
- Cup Of Brown Joy by Elemental: British comedy in tasty rhymes and a damn good beat.
Enjoy the music! = )
Posted by Prophet - Monday, March 22, 2010 - 10:32 PM
I recently did up an article about what I've learned by going to Artist's Alley as both an attendee chatting with other folks and a person with a table. It's a quick five points that I elaborated on that folks might get a kick out of.