Check this out and I'll do that thing you like.

on Friday, November 27, 2009

At this point we all know MySpace is something that is trite. It's a site that's come down to 12 year olds pretending to be 18 and bands pushing themselves on you, but here's a band that's actually worth the click it takes to get to their profile. The name is Di Lirio and they come all the way from Caguas, Puerto Rico.

After a long time of searching they have finally found a sound that they can bank on. Their track "I Love to Hate You" has a solid pop punk sound. The vocals set them apart as something new and different in a genre filled with the same pubescent voices prattling on. They lend a feeling of maturity which isn't found in the pop punk scene, believe me I know. There's a structure there that makes this song catchy and makes you want to listen again and again. Songs like "My Disgrace" and "When You Used to Be Aqui" adds a hardcore aspect to the band that makes them edgy and rough around the edges, which in this case is a great thing.


on Sunday, November 15, 2009

Still updating and editing my portfolio. Looking for the best way to present it. Once that's finished I will be taking appointments for photography.

Also currently I am doing some shopping for a new camera. After a plethora of research I have decided on the Panasonic AG DVX-100B. Other projects on the table include working on writing a screenplay for a short film, I may turn it into a series. More on that later. I'm looking to create a production diary to post here once I get more of the project up and running. It certainly is a challenge to create when you have limited money and limited resources, but I'm working on all that. I've also been working with my associate Bryan Peterson on "Artform" our first feature length screenplay together. Once scripts are done we can put together a business plan and look for financing. Or just go it alone, low budget is always appealing. More challenging, but appealing none the less.

The beginning of something great is right here, there's just a lot to accomplish before any of this bears fruit. I'm looking forward to working hard and building something worthwhile from the ground up.