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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



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



Going to talk to some interesting people next week.

Posted in Analogue Atlanta:, Atlanta by Dom Brady on January 17, 2009


You might not have been aware, but lifestyle magazine Clutch is based right here out of the Atlanta Metro area.  I’ll talk with Clutch Magazine’s owner and founder this week about the trials, tribulations and rewards of being an on-line editor-in-chief.  

I just got off the GMAIL chat with Documentary Film maker and Photographer Donnie Seals Jr.  His story is an amazing example of where media is headed and gives us all greater perspective on the state of media today in the United States.    His story and MORE on the next Extra Analogue, my series on arts and media outside of Atlanta.  If this story doesn’t move you, that heart of yours must be made of granite.


Atlanta Fusion-Jazz band Mr. Lucky is allowing me to sit in on one of their practice sessions this week. That should be a lot of fun.  We will chat about the Jazz scene in Atlanta, their new Album and more. 

I also talk with Senor Kaos this week about his work as a marketer and Hip Hop artist.