Here we go! Episode 1 of the nonstop ramble of the DIY King Supreme. For years Ive done thing wrong, but strong. Ive developed habits that pay off but what I have learned is that it’s caught the eye of the right people. So here we go. The importance of DIY for the creative!
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Here we go! Back in the game.. No guests, just one on one convo’s with the voice in my head reflecting on daily challenges as a creative, content creator and music lover. Previous episodes of my podcast can still be found on my soundcloud page. (Thanks Chance!). Life is moving fast and Im learning so much as I proceed. Wether it’s on the tech side of things, traveling or heading out to dj gigs, I see things that I want to share with you. I present to you, Say, No More Fam, The Podcast for the Stuck Creative.
Episode 1 – DIY FOR THE CREATIVE
Episode 2 – THE IDEA
Episode 3 – BREAKING OUT OF THE SHELL
Episode 4 – Patience
Episode 5 – Charlottesville
Episode 6 – Dont Post, Chill!
When I was an intern then later a temp at Interscope, Kelly Clancy use to have my grab files and print them for approval. The emails were from Slang Inc and I use to love the fonts, design and spacing of the lettering on all the project. Years later I find myself in NYC sitting across from the brainchild of it all at the RedBull Studios.
Slang Inc is responsible for the visual aesthetics that I love in music. And it’s still around in shops, boutiques and packaging. During our conversation (thanks to Jon Oliver) we find out that Julian (Slang Inc) actually won a Grammy for Best Packaging on a Miles Davis Box set!! We talk about the creative process of putting together a visual in some shape or form that coincides with the project at hand. I learned a lot on this one. Hope you enjoy!
More info : slanginc.com
Engineered by Ryan Woodhall
Production Assistance by Jon Oliver.
Host: Anthony Valadez + Jon Oliver
Big thanks to RedBull Studios in NYC!
This week’s guest is someone who’s design work I had long admired having created covers for the likes of Foreign Exchange , Little Brother and many others. Through his work I had began to grow visible of his brand. Thanks to world of Twitter I was able to put a face with this unique aesthetic and I began following him and his opinions which would always give me a chuckle. I have always been a fan of his duality of being in different worlds in the commercial setting while championing under the radar sounds and artists. Recently FMWJ has started a label with access to some amazing sounds from Houston and his personal favorites. Again, the visual aesthetics are on point! Hope you dig this chat.
Listen to previous episodes of In Conversation w/ Anthony Valadez.