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Day 30 – “Hey Hey” by The Graves

August 8, 2011 1 comment


And if you sing along with us, better give it all you’ve got!

And with this video, we come to the end of our 30 day journey. I hope you had as much fun watching these videos as we did making them. The amount of support and talent that has come out of this project is overwhelming.

At first we had some difficulty deciding what to do for this band that’s based way out West. Eventually I came up with this. This song is quite an anthem and I figured it would be a nice way to bring all of our artists together. Please enjoy “Hey Hey” by The Graves.

Once again, I’d like to thank all the artists and filmmakers who participated in this project.

Hey Hey
The Graves
Project 30 in 30
Graves footage shot by Christian Fortune

Featuring the artists of Project 30 in 30: Auzriel, Afterquake, Brother Han, Chi’ Akai, Conrad Korsch, Cut Your Teeth, Dead Geoff, Emily Kinney, Fatty Acid, Genesis Be, The Graves, Jonny B. Goodman and the Area Men, Matt roi Berger, Melissa Lusk, Miles Megaciph, The Slackers, Superhuman Happiness, Teen Girl Scientist Monthly, Tri-State Conspiracy, What Katie Said Last Night

Filmmakers: Rocka Bennett, Steph Ching, Joe Del Balzo, David Dubuc, Jorge A Garza, Pamela Karp, Katie Kelley, Max S Pham, Michael Raynes, Jeff Brink, Praveen Elankumaran, Christian Fortune, John McMinn, Spencer Shangkuan, Cory Stambler, Richard Trammell, Justin Chan, Kevin Chew, Ellen Martinez, Patrick Ng, Jacqueline Sia, Orlando Suazo, William J Hopper and Robinson Deckert.

If you’d like to find out more about working with any of these artists (musicians or filmmakers) or seeing what they’re up to now, shoot us an email at project30in30@gmail.com OR you can click through our  Musicians and Filmmakers pages.

There is so much amazing work to come out of these artists – Project 30 in 30 has only shown you a small sampling.

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8PM tonight, It’s going DOWN! (At Katra Lounge!)

June 14, 2011 Leave a comment

Tonight’s the night! Just a reminder that the event begins at 8pm at Katra Lounge (217 Bowery). Get ready for some great music, awesome videos, fun people and sweet drink specials (2 for 1 drinks – NO COVER). We’ll even be premiering a couple never before seen videos. What better way to spend a Tuesday night?

This is a FREE event showcasing talented musicians, filmmakers and producers of EVERY music genre. Be there! Or be… you know the rest 🙂

See you then!

Featuring the music of:

Afterquake (Abigail Washburn + The Shanghai Restoration Project)
Auzriel
Brother Han
Chi’ Akai
Conrad Korsch
Cut Your Teeth
Dead Geoff
Emily Kinney
Fatty Acid
Genesis Be
The Graves
Jonny B Goodman and the Area Men
Matt roi Berger
Melissa Lusk
Miles Megaciph
The Slackers
Superhuman Happiness
Teen Girl Scientist Monthly
Tri-State Conspiracy
What Katie Said Last Night

Video #9 (Part Two) – “Nuisance” by Tri-State Conspiracy

October 28, 2010 Leave a comment

And to continue with our Tri-State Conspiracy mini-series, here’s “Nuisance” from their October 9th show at the Bowery Poetry Club.

Video #9 (Part One) – “Call It Quits” by Tri-State Conspiracy

October 27, 2010 3 comments

We’ve been delaying this reveal for a while but I suppose it’s about time we welcome the ultra talented, ultra unique, only swing/psychobilly/punk/whatever they are band from our area, Tri-State Conspiracy (Jeff Paris, Tom Lawlor, Steve Kerr, Callum Benepe, Anton Alexeev, Craig Baratta, Fernando Leon, Kevin Mechella). First time I heard these guys (and saw them live) was at CBGB’s last ska show ever and I was hooked. Definitely a band to see live – they always have crazy opening acts and have an energy most rock and *”punk” shows/bands today can only dream of having.

Anyway, here’s the first in a series of videos from their live show at Bowery Poetry Club earlier this month. Stay tuned for more videos from the show AND an upcoming DVD of the full set. Directed/edited by David Dubuc, shot by Dave, Spencer Shangkuan, and myself. Many thanks to Jeff and the rest of the guys for hooking us up w/ the show/venue/opportunity.

*it’s in quotes b/c let’s face it, most people who call themselves “punk” today are usually just not