Freq.Fest.v.5.0 (Day 1) @ The Smell, DTLA 1/15/2016
Check out the artists from this year’s Freq.Fest on the Freq.Fest.v.5.0 sampler album!:
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It’s the last night to vote for your favorite emerging artists in the LA area, and one of my personal favorite packs of creeps, GRYPT, happens to be on the list for best AVANT-INDIE act of 2015!
You can make your vote by clicking HERE! The nominees are found on the right-hand side, and no registration is needed to cast your vote!
GRYPT goes deeper than a live IRL performance. They’re also known for diving into interactive works, like their interactive horror narrative that can be found on their website, and for their work on the soundtrack for the surreal horror game/audio experience, Tonight You Die.
(Click HERE to go to my article and read more about my experience with Tonight You Die!)
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If you weren’t able to grab a Freq.Fest shirt from 8bitLA before the event, don’t sweat it, ‘cus you can still order merch online! The festival shirts come in men’s and women’s styles, and are printed on 100% cotton, neon//pastel American Apparel.
The festival sampler album was also featured on Dj Cutman’s weekly internet show//dance party – This Week in Chiptune! You can check out the hour-long set, which features a handful of artists that played during the three day chipfest, on his Soundcloud and Twitch.
If you’ll be in the LA area for E3 festivities (or even if you’re not!) be sure to come hang out at The Airliner for 8bitLA’s Hack the Multiverse! It’s going to be like all those Hack the Planet shows, ONLY TIMES A MILLION+.
On Thursday, June 16th, over 20 chipmusic artists and video game Djs will be playing in DTLA after everything wraps up at the electronic entertainment expo, so when you’re done playing games, come out and get bleep’d up with us! ❤
June 16 // 18+ //Bar w/ ID // $10 // The Airliner // GET READY!!
It’s also time to renew KillTheNewMedia.com! I can’t believe it’s been a whole year since I’ve been doing all of this independently. ❤ I’ve been slowing down here and there while adjusting to LA and working in my social life and passions in-between, but pushing yourself beyond your ideas of limits really helps you grow and explore yourself and your practices, and I can look back over the last few years and tell that my abilities have grown so much, and still grow every day! This has been a really amazing experience, to say the very, very least!
If you’d like to support, I have a Patreon! Anything helps really, and all funds are used towards website maintenance, camera upgrades, travel, ect… Help me make this year amazing! ❤ – https://www.patreon.com/KillTheNewMedia
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