Welcome to my glorious mess.

New Season of Analogue Atlanta, new Links.

Posted in Analogue Atlanta:, Podcast by Dom Brady on November 11, 2009

www.dominickbrady.com is where I will be archiving the old seasons.   It’s been  a pain moving everything off of the old podomatic server to my old Abenghorn server, but it’s happening…slowly.  For some reason the files are all uploaded but coming online at different times.    Rest assured that they will all be replaced and you can find them all either on dominickbrady.com or on iTunes.

Soon come, y’all.

This season is going to be a lot of fun.  I’ll still be blogging about my process HERE on my wordpress blog.  I’ll also be talking about it at the tumblr site I use, but this is ground zero.

http://www.dominickbrady.com is the archival site with other work I’ve done in print and video collected there.

PEACE!

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I’m changing my podcast location. I’m about to migrate to blip.

Posted in Analogue Atlanta:, Atlanta, Atlanta Music, Audubon Society, Podcast by Dom Brady on June 26, 2009

They don’t have a limit like what podomatic has so I can continue my work there. Too expensive on podomatic for a broke Journalist. So, I’ll be taking my work to blip.tv and increasing the photo stuff to change the old/new podcast formats into slide shows. I’m going to get some of these reels of film developed next week, God willing, to facilitate this.

…In other news, I’m on the radio now. 1690 Voice of the Arts here in Atlanta. I’ll be hosting a show with fellow journalist Maurice Garland. We’ll explore all aspects of music. Right now we’re doing the pilot shows which will only be 15 minutes during airing with full interviews available in podcast form.

SMKA & Fadia Kader are our producers and DJ Mr. Mind of the Audubon Society is on the 1s &2s. Should be a very exciting project.

Kicking off a documentary video short project in the middle of next week and some documentary 35mm shooting as well for stills. Should be fun. Busy, busy, broke journalist at work.

Peace.

Interviewing Bob Koenig today. Documentary Film maker

Posted in Podcast by Dom Brady on May 13, 2009

Later today I’ll be posting a new Analogue Atlanta with Dark Wolf Records, Clutch Magazine and Mudfish, God willing.  We’ll see how today pans out.  Seems like every day is an adventure nowadays.

You might have noticed…

Posted in Podcast by Dom Brady on May 3, 2009

I’ve deleted several past episodes. Soon all of season 1 will be deleted from the podcast page. Why? Because while the cost for upgrading the podcast account to 3 gigs to make room for both season 1 and 2 isn’t TOO expensive, it’s too expensive for what I can afford at this time.

The plan is to link all the past shows in an archive on my own server for you all to have access to. I’m not going to ask anyone to pay for archived material. It’s free. I just want to be able to monitor stats and see where, when, and how listeners find new material. Why? It might help me land funding to continue to do this kind of work or to make it less guerilla style and sound much better with more elements and better sound quality.

So, yes. I do have a server. I renewed the account months ago. The problem is that I have limited web experience and programming understanding, etc. The files are actually already uploaded to the server along with song great .mp3 and photo treats. I just can’t figure out how to link to them.

weird, huh? Yeah. When I wake up later tonight, I’ll check out Google and hopefully I’ll find some help I can actually understand. I have SO much material I’d like to share with you, but these are interviews that are NOT short and I just don’t have the space right now. If anyone knows how I can set up a page so that people can see my index of files, I’d be very appreciative.

Clutch Mag, Mudfish, Random Rabbit, Dark Wolf, etc…these are interviews I do NOT want to edit short.

So…until I figure out how to do this, I’ll be deleting older episodes and there won’t be any links available…sorry, y’all. You might not care, actually. I wouldn’t know.

I get very sparse feedback. But with 7,904 subscribers and a growing base of downloads and subscribers daily, I have a feeling y’all do care to listen. Some of you revisit old episodes and listen to the entire season 1 again like it was the first time. Not sure if that’s because you’re playing it for yourself or for someone else…I’m just happy y’all find value in it.

Again, I don’t get paid. I do this out of love for my city, my fellow artists in the scene, and because I can’t NOT do it.

peace,

Dom

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Two new episodes!!!!

Posted in Analogue Atlanta:, ATL, Atlanta, Atlanta Music, New Music, Podcast by Dom Brady on May 3, 2009
Marq Spekt

Marq Spekt

Analogue Atlanta #23:  Respekt 

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  Marq Spekt stops by the studio to talk about the Atlanta Hip Hop scene, it’s History and about his work as well as his group Broady Champs’ work. Music featured in this pod from Atlanta Artists:

  •  Broady Champs
  •  Marq Spekt
  • Parental Advisory
  • Ya’ll So Stupid
  • Qualm Scott

 

  …And in Extra Analogue we’ll talk with Andrew Noz.  A contributor at NPR , Scratch Magazine & The Fader about his blog  Cbrap.com ,about his approach to blogging, his work, and his inclusive approach to Hip Hop history.  We talk about how Hip Hop developed Nationally during the 80’s and 90’s and compare it to the growth of Hip Hop’s sound in the Northeastern United States.

Extra Analogue #5   RE: Definition

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Analogue Atlanta #21: Advent

Posted in Analogue Atlanta:, ATL, Atlanta, Atlanta Music, Podcast by Dom Brady on April 24, 2009
Jaspects

Jaspects

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An MC on the rise out of College Park, Stanza, came stopped by the studio this week. We talk about coming up the hard way out of the Atlanta Underground scene. I also catch up with Atlanta fusion band Jaspects. They’re a group aiming to redefine images and concepts in music. We talk about their journey as artists and their new album “The Polkadotted Stripe”.
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Finally, I chat with Atlanta Comedy troupe “The Snackpack” Music featured in this pod from Atlanta Artists: Stanza Jaspects Big Gipp.

Snackpack Debut…

Analogue Atlanta Episode #20- Our House Pt2

Posted in Analogue Atlanta:, ATL, Atlanta, Atlanta Music, Podcast by Dom Brady on April 23, 2009
DJ Kemit Live @ Cenci

DJ Kemit Live @ Cenci

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LINKS TO PART ONE (In case you missed it. Posted 8/08):

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Part two in our on-going series on the slow-down and re-emergence of the Atlanta House music scene. In this episode we catch up with Mike Zarin of 4 Deep & 88.5 WRAS (Georgia State University) and DJ Tabone formerly of the Digital DJs, creator of the Raw Soul Series as well as a DJ at 89.3 WRFG in Atlanta stops by the studio to add their thoughts to the series. Dj Variable of the Audubon Society chimes in as well. Part two concentrates on what was at root of the scene-slow down and begins to explore the Resurgence that will be Detailed in Part 3. Atlanta Music Heard in this pod:

Atlanta House Music Band SEEK

Atlanta House Music Band SEEK


DJ Nabani
Gaelle
Jiva
Seek

Extra Analogue #4: For the Love

Posted in Podcast by Dom Brady on April 16, 2009

 

Kenny Fresh

Kenny Fresh

 

 

 

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I catch up with Bloggers Kenny & Andres from FreshSelects.net & Classic Drug References. The two each approach music blogging from a different perspective than most: they are fans of music. Bringing a personal touch to their blogging style, they clue blog readers into previously little-known aspects of on-the-cusp or underground artists in Urban music and are able to share TRULY exclusive tracks from your favorite artists.

Music featured in this podcast in order of appearance (these are acts you can expect to find on either of their blogs regularly):

Jazzy Jeff ft Pauly Yamz & Baby Blak
Blu & Exile
Supreeme
Jay Electronicaft.Guilty Simpson

Classic Drug References

Classic Drug References


Blu & Exile
Jay Electronica
Jay Electronica
Platinum Pied Pipers
Waajeed
Dam Funk
Black Spade
Karma Stewart
Arthur Verocai
Nicolay
U-N-I
Waajeed

Analogue Atlanta #19: Growth

Posted in Analogue Atlanta:, ATL, Atlanta, Atlanta Music, New Music, Podcast by Dom Brady on April 14, 2009

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I talk with Atlanta author and humorist Andisheh Nouraee about his Creative Loafing “Don’t Panic” columns, his upcoming book(s) and his path to writing. I also catch up with Atlanta Native Fewture about his position in limbo as an Atlanta MC with a broad-based approach to his sound. Finally, I speak with Atlanta Band The Goldest about their self-titled EP at their studio during a practice session.

Music heard in this podcast from Atlanta acts:
– Manchester Orchestra
– Fewture
– The Goldest

The first person to email me (info@abenghorn.net) with the Answers to these questions will get a free copy of The Goldest’s self titled EP
Question #1: What is the topic of either of Andisheh Nouraee’s two new books ideas/projects?
Question #2: Name one school The Fewture attended
Question #3: Name one of the members of The Goldest.

If you can answer 2 out of 3, you get the goods. Email me with the subject line: AA#19 answers.

Good luck!

Extra Analogue Alumnus Dam Funk getting down live…

Posted in Grits 'n Gravy mix, Podcast by Dom Brady on April 3, 2009

Extra Analogue Alumnus Dam Funk performing live with No Doze alumnus Computer Jay. Here is Dam Funk’s interview with me on Extra Analogue :

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No Doze was a new music segment I used to do before I started the Grits ‘n Gravy mixes which evolved into Analogue Atlanta. It’s been an evolution of finding cool artists that rarely get press here in Atlanta or on the web and posting their info to creating mixes with their music to interviewing them either online or in person. I respect artists and don’t want to give away their music for free so I feel that Analogue Atlanta and Extra Analogue is the best way to give you, my audience, a glimpse into who they are and what they do. As I’m starting to build relationships with more and more artists I might resurrect No Doze and GnG with cleared matieral

peace to Kenny for the link to the vid.

The Season Episode #2

Posted in Podcast by Dom Brady on April 2, 2009

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Extra Analogue Alum Donnie Seals presents Episode #2 of The Season. The Season is a documentary about highschool basketball powerhouse Findlay Prep.

Check out my interview with him here:

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Analogue Atlanta #018.5: 1-on-1 with Senor Kaos

Posted in Analogue Atlanta:, ATL, Atlanta, Atlanta Music, Podcast by Dom Brady on March 26, 2009

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Senor Kaos has been behind the scenes in Atlanta Music marketing, promotion and as an MC. The Brooklyn native is one of the pillars of the segmented Atlanta Underground Hip Hop scene. One of the few in Atlanta that can move between the different flavors of Hip Hop in Atlanta with respect freely, he’s beginning to revive a once promising career by returning to the mic.

Young Chris, Bun B, Wale & Senor Kaos- Searching for an Outlet

Senor Kaos- Swagger Is Nothing Mixtape

www.thekaoseffect.com

Season 2 is here! Analogue Atlanta #18: Homegrown

Posted in ATL, Atlanta, Atlanta Music, Podcast by Dom Brady on March 25, 2009

I speak to Atlanta Photographer Shannon McCollum about his working with Atlanta artists such as Outkast, Rico Wade, GooDie Mob & Lil Jon. I catch up with Atlanta Fusion band Mr. Lucky comprised of members who have played with Atlanta Acts SEEK, PHBalance & My Cousin Troy and finally I talk with Grind Time/ Medicine Music recording artist Pill about his mixtape and a facet Atlanta’s little known underground Hip Hop culture.

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Stay tuned for give-aways of Mr. Lucky’s new album!!!

I’m bored, honestly.

Posted in Analogue Atlanta:, ATL, Atlanta, Podcast by Dom Brady on March 5, 2009

Analogue Atlanta is boring me right now. I need to find a new format for it. The interviews are insightful more often than not, the guests are great. But it needs something. The last 3 episodes are still going down, though. I’ve had a few technical and emotional setbacks. Hey, I’m human.  During the off season, I think, I’ll figure out some new concepts.  We’ll see.  It’s been fun up until this point where I’ve become less enamored with the work itself. 

I am, however,  really excited about my on going Video Documentary project “Telling it like it T-I- is: Atlanta Hip Hop Culture from ’79 ’til”. The information we’ve come across about Atlanta MC, DJ, Graf and B-Boy history is fantastic. I’m blown away.

Even more exciting for me are “My year on MARTA” and “Ride & Whistle, Atlanta”. Those are combo Photo/Radio docs I’m starting this summer that I’ll get into more as the project(s) develop. My Canon AE-1 and extras should be here Friday, God willing. I’ve also set up an analog recording station in my office for a warmer sound I think these two projects will need a analog vibe to them. Building out my darkroom as I blog. Best, Dom

Analogue Atlanta #19 will feature College Park MC Stanza

Posted in Analogue Atlanta:, ATL, Atlanta, Free Mp3, New Music, Podcast by Dom Brady on February 14, 2009

I know y’all are having a hard time waiting for that.  He’ll be joined in that episode with Atlanta bands The Goldest and Mr. Lucky.   It’s also got to be painful to  wait on episode #18 of Analogue Atlanta  for that matter.   Soon come, people.   I’m not going to promise a publish date but I’d be shocked if it wasn’t up by Tuesday.   This might hold you over, though.  Enjoy this single or download the Lyrical Lovers EP from Stanza.

Stanza–  Lady People 


Mike Zarin interview is in the can…

Posted in ATL, Atlanta Music, Podcast by Dom Brady on February 13, 2009

Interview with DJ Mike Zarin & Steve of Beatlab went over well today. That means that Part II of “Our House” on Analogue Atlanta is nearly complete. I’ll just have to add some elements and edit the tape. Tonight, God willing, I’ll air episode #18 of Analogue Atlanta. It looks like this will feature Mudfish, Andisheh Nouraee and Shannon McCollum. Should be a great episode. I have a gig tonight so it could be tight, but we’ll see. If anything it’ll be up by Monday evening. I’m taking a nap, folks. Long, long day ahead of me and after a night of moving furniture until around 3am and waking at 8 to drive my wife to work, I’m tired. I’ll catch y’all soon. Hope fully I’ll have a new episode of Analogue Atlanta ready then.

Until next time enjoy this mix from Mike Zarin:

Boogie Mart

Meeting with the Atlanta Citizen Journalism project today…

Posted in Analogue Atlanta:, ATL, Atlanta, Atlanta Music, Podcast by Dom Brady on February 12, 2009


We’re going to discuss solutions for getting their web presence up and running.  Been a busy, busy week.  My wife is also sick so I’ve been tending to her as much as she’ll let me.   She’s a feisty woman, my wife.   We did, however, manage to make it out to the Poor People’s day march and protest at the capitol in Downtown Atlanta.   Great energy.   Great, great energy.  I had fun, Sam looked like she was going to die.   So we only stayed long enough to capture an interview with Fredo of Project South and take a few flicks. Fredo has ideas to partner with Artists organizations like WonderRoot, Campus Artists and Musicians around the City of Atlanta (Emory, CAU, Morehouse, Ga Tech, SCAD, Creative Circus, Portfolio Center, Spelman, Agnes Scott, Mercer, Georgia Perimeter College, Oglethorpe, Atlanta Metro, etc…)as well to partner for social change.  We’ll get into that more next season on Analogue Atlanta.   Tonight I meet with Jeanette Foreman (formerly of People TV) and some tech people to see if we can’t help bring Atlanta Progressive agendas into the 21st century in a big way. 

 

Early on Friday I interview with Mike Zarin of Connect ATL for part II of “Our House”, my mini-series on Analogue Atlanta about Atlanta’s house music scene.  He’s going to try to keep us up to date with what’s RIGHT NOW in Atlanta’s House scene which has seen a bit of a resurgence since Part I.   With any luck I’ll get a podcast uploaded before I go to a gig Friday night.  Busy, busy, busy.

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Coming soon…

Posted in Analogue Atlanta:, ATL, Atlanta, Podcast by Dom Brady on February 11, 2009

 

Breaking into the biz:  a conversation  with emerging comic/comedy writer Brandon McCorwin about breaking into comedy as a young writer.

We’ll talk about his influences, obstacles and experiences in the Atlanta comedy scene including learning about the various outlets for comedy of which there are many in the city of Atlanta including the Relapse, Horizon theatre and so much more.

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King Sh!t

Posted in Analogue Atlanta:, ATL, Atlanta, Atlanta Music, Podcast by Dom Brady on February 11, 2009

  Had a great talk with Shannon McCollum

Tuesday night about his work, his craft and his involvement in the Atlanta Hip Hop scene.   We talked about his being from the West End of Atlanta, the SWATs, his early work with Organized Noise: Outkast, Rico Wade, Sleepy Brown, GooDie MoB…

We also delved into his relationship with Lil Jon and about being a first hand witness to the resurgence of Hip Hop in Atlanta.  

I’ve reshuffled the Podcast lineup.  I think this needs to go with Andisheh’s spot.  I’ll put Random Rabbit in a later interview.  I’ll be heading out to Athens tonight to catch them live and I think some live audio is needed for that piece.  It’s really hard to explain what they do without it. 

Still have the Clutch Magazine interview, The Goldest, Mr. Lucky,  Stanza, Fewture and Part Two of “Our House” this time with Mike Zarin , Dj Variable and DJ Tabone.   I’ve been busy, folks.   Busy on twitter, yes but also busy working on editing video and out in the streets doing interviews.   I need a team.  lol.  This is a great deal of work.  But I love it.   Until next time,  peace…

Dom

Today I head out to East Point to interview Shannon Mccollum

Posted in Analogue Atlanta:, ATL, Atlanta, Podcast by Dom Brady on February 10, 2009

In the center, Brian Knott of A3C, Atlanta

Had a few setbacks with prior interviews. Finally catch up with him today. Tommorow? Random Rabbit in Athens to catch their show and some audio for their piece on Analogue Atlanta. I also have to catch up to talk about the Youth Media project/ Citizen Journalism piece with project south coordinator Fredo. Hopefully I catch up with Brian Knott about A3C developments for 2009 as well. Busy day tomorrow.