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“Electrifying China” Documentary Trailer

Earlier this year some Dutch documentarians got in touch and did some research on the underground music scene in Chengdu. This is the trailer for their film, which is being first shown at Melkweg in Amsterdam on October 21st, 2016. I am looking forward to checking it out!

If you haven’t already, check out the Chengdu Underground Vibes documentary which was released just a few months ago: Chengdu Underground Vibes

Published on October 7, 2016

Chengdu Underground Vibes & Dojo

Dojo has been one of the most exciting projects that I have been involved with in the last five years. So recently when a pair of local documentarians (Deven & Harry) produced this short program about the underground music scene in Chengdu, I was excited to participate. It is great to see the story be told and to have it reach a wider audience, and I love the ending. I hope that you enjoy. If you didn’t get a chance to attend a Dojo event, you missed something special.

Published on September 2, 2016

Performance Videos with PLGRM

A few years ago I befriended an American visual artist named Greg, from Boston. We did some shows together, but last year we begun stepping it up when he returned to China with his friend Seth. Together, they are PLGRM.

Below are a few brief videos from shows we’ve done recently, starting from late 2014 with the most recent video being from this event at NASA one month ago.

I’m a huge fan of their work and to do shows with them adds an entirely new dimension to live performances. They joined Jovian and I in Disco Death recently, which we’re very excited about. Our next event is Friday the 13th, next month.

Bassball @ Here We Go

Thuggin’ @ NASA

All In One Festival

Published on February 27, 2015

Be the Hero of Your Own Movie

Joe Rogan delivers an inspirational and important message. If you haven’t heard his podcast, it’s one that I frequently recommend to friends: The Joe Rogan Experience. This video reminds me of another that I posted here a few years ago called The Grind about the value of persistence and the fleeting satisfaction of comfort.

Published on January 26, 2015