500 performances, 250 Artists, 72 hours, 1 place. Aspiring the world’s stage. Born in the Midwest. Unboxed in Columbus, Ohio, Labor Day Weekend, 2014. August 29-31, 2014
“Fashion Meets Music Festival,” the nation’s largest and most provocative music and fashion event, fusing two complementary art forms as one entertainment platform. FMMF is the first collaborative fusion festival to solely incorporate music with music inspired fashion brands. Intimate. Inspired. Authentic. FMMF celebrates both art forms, while fostering a lifestyle of self-expression.
This is what I’ve been putting all of my effort into over the past 8 months. I hope everyone is as stoked as I am.
Here’s the third episode of The Night Life. I put a lot of work into this episode and I hope you guys enjoy it. I talked with Hilary Corts in Chicago, IL while she was out on tour with Into It. Over It. at his Intersections record release show (October 25th 2013). Hilary talked about the recent tour with Saves the Day and Hostage Calm, her photo book, and what her family and friends think about her touring habits.
POZ Video Premiere: The Night Life - Drew Magid
The Night Life is a weekly feature that goes behind the scenes with merch guys and girls, photographers, tour managers, and additional touring personnel that help put on your favorite shows. POZ contributor Kyle Garchar has put together the second video in the series.
In the second episode of The Night Life, Garchar sat down with Drew Magid at Lincoln Hall in Chicago, IL while he was out on tour with the band GROUPLOVE. Drew talked about how he got into touring, bands he’s toured with, and some of the things he does with the band and crew while on the road. Watch episode two below!
Here’s the second episode of the web series I’ve been working on. This week I talked with Drew Magid about touring with GROUPLOVE
Anonymous asked: What kind of camera do you use?
Canon t3i shot at 60fps for slomo conformed to 24fps or 1080p24 for interviews / standard speed
(Introducing) The Night Life - Topshelf Records
The Night Life is a new weekly feature from videographer Kyle Garchar that goes behind the scenes with merch guys, photographers, tour managers, and additional touring personnel that help put on your favorite shows with your favorite band. In the inaugural episode of The Night Life features our friend Kevin Duquette of Topshelf Records at The Beat Kitchen in Chicago, IL while he was out with toe on their first US tour.
Kevin talks about what it’s like touring with his favorite band, how he interacts with a band whose native language differs from his own, and what went into releasing the band’s back catalogue. Watch episode one below!
Here’s the first episode of my web series, you guys. I Hope you like it.
Happy, free, confused and lonely at the same time.
Milwaukee is cool. Great night with @leifjanzen @jasononetwo and @alexzanndria (at Marcus Amphitheater)