Thursday, February 26, 2015


As February is coming to a close I figured it was time for an update: The second physical Videogram release is in the works right now as I finished up my end of it this past week.

Both Lunchmeat VHS Fanzine and Doc Terror/Horror Sexy are in on this, Loud Comix' Jamie Vayda did the artwork and I don't wanna ruin the surprise, but it's gonna be a pretty insane one that I hope will make people as psyched as I was creating it. Teasers will be posted later on!

The Cineploit album is coming along quite nicely. I've been mixing a lot of drum tracks this past week (I just finished up one tonight) and soundwise this one's gonna be a pretty beefy album - if you liked my Camp Blood single this'll be right up your alley.

For those wanting a taste there's probably gonna be a digital EP released soon-ish featuring one album track with some exclusive bonus tracks - including one that has some choice synths courtesy D.A. Medina. Stay tuned!

Monday, February 9, 2015


Check it out: Loud Comix' own Jamie Vayda (and lil' Bandit) is seen proudly flying the Videogram colors. Jamie designed the great artwork - a tribute to Dennis Donelly's sleazed-out 1978 video nasty The Toolbox Murders. I love Jamie's style, it actually reminds me a bit of Peter Bagge, and he did a killer job with this design!

These and other designs will be made available later on, so make sure to give my Facebook page a like for updates. While on that subject, check out Jamie's illustrator page and give his comics a like as well! If you're into punk rock, you'll find the band page for his outfit The Stovebolts here.

Thursday, February 5, 2015

D.A. Medina

Time for an update: As I'm listening back to the first track from our collaboration, I am happy to announce that U.S.-based musician D.A. Medina will be adding some choice synths on a couple of tracks on my coming Cineploit debut.

Daniel's 2013 album You'll Get Used to It is a personal fave, offering up a truly unique sound that injects a healthy dose of experimentation and avant garde into the mix. Make sure to check it out on Bandcamp here and give him a like on Facebook as well.

Monday, February 2, 2015

Videogram Ident 1

Time to premiere the all-new video/trailer for the Videogram Ident 1! Since this project began as a tribute to the VHS experience of the 1980s - especially the trailer show tapes you could rent for cheap -  I figured I should have an ident/logo that showcased the films available on this faux label.

Check it out on my YouTube channel here and make sure to give the other videos a spin as well!