Journalism & Multimedia Communications
My experience as a music journalist in Austin, Texas over the last three years has culminated in more than 40 interviews, features, concert nd album reviews in the alternative weekly print newspaper The Austin Chronicle. Notably, my six-page feature story "Top Ten Bands Under 25 That Make Me Feel Alive" was the cover story for their June 10, 2022 publication.
Mars Media Club
Mars Media Club is a company I am launching with a focusing on producing multimedia projects for music organizations, companies, and related clients. This includes marketing and public relations, Electronic Press Kits, web design and social media management, photography and video services, and providing media consulting on personalized projects.
Marketing & PR
Previous experience in Marketing and Public Relations involve consulting musical artists on media and press exposure, as well as multimedia projects related to the launching of albums, singles, and national tours. I have built a network of contacts to deliver a series of interactive multimedia products and maintain their overall brand identity of the client.
The Personal Life of Marlon Sexton, Who Doesn’t Want You to Know About His Personal Life
Nolan Potter’s Nightmare Band Album Review
Post Animal Elevates Levitation Fest with a Psych-Punk Score
On and on did tunes whip through the air along with the violent winds of a changing season as Austin nursed day one of Levitation, the 13-year-running event co-founded by members of Austin’s Black Angels. As a 19-year-old “on the list” for a concert at the mid-20s mecca on East Sixth, the experience was akin to a mask-clad Mars sauntering into an
New Gathering MoFest Brings Austin Music and Art Culture to the Country
The intimate music, camping, and art festival debuts this weekend on a 300-acre ranch outside the microscopic town of Lexington, TX – 50 miles east of the capital. MoFest’s music lineup transports a select se
Album Review: Zero Percent APR
Hi How Are You Day Connects Young Audiences With Daniel Johnston’s Work
Held by the nonprofit Hi, How Are You Project, the annual fundraiser streamlined from past long-billed Moody Theater events to host two young acts due at Coachella 2023. At the event, Dick Johnston told the Chronicle that the board of directors made the decision to move away from showcasing musicians that are notably fond of his younger brother’s work (such a
Album Review: Rickshaw Billie’s Burger Patrol
Witches Exist On the Patio
Album Review: The Stacks
Black Fret Rebrands As Sonic Guild
Album Review: The Black Angels
SXSW Music Spotlight: LAUNDRY DAY
Jude Ciulla: We do get a little chameleon, we like playing dress up, so I could see us just going full cowboy for a day.
HP: I think that wherever we go, the five of us in the band end up becoming this blob that you can’t ignore in the streets. Whether we’re in Austin or in New York City, we’re just kind of a huge distraction on the street. That’s the shenanigans we’re always getting into.
AC: How do you think your music will translate to the Austin a
SXSW Music Spotlight: Jerry Paper
Jerry Paper: I think music in itself is a very expressive art form. When I intellectualize it, I tend to stunt my creative process and that creates obstacles. I try to not think about it too much and leave my music as a place to play and not worry about fitting into a genre. When I was younger, I had a tendency to have an idea and set out to actualize it, but over my life I’ve realized that, by doing that,