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On September 29th,2016 I turned 30 and released my first collection of songs/ album under the name The King Of Nothing Nowhere. ‘Jewel-less Crown’ is a semi-nostalgic, lofi compilation of years of songs throughout my twenties that have come to exist either by experimenting in the moment or through moments, or laying down/ reworking some songs that had come to be instead of letting them be forgotten. Dabbling in acoustic, electronic loops, experimental folk punk, poetry, and written, half-written, and winged songs, I figured I would share this collection as something not to be forgotten, as making these songs as helped me over the years, and it’s important not to forget where you come from and the bad as well as good times for means of growth.

All original creations, either re-recorded or re-worked, or created anew in some way by Christopher Brown, ranging approximately from 2008 to 2016 while living in Wilton, South Glens Falls, & Saratoga NY, and Burlington, VT.

Download or stream for free via LOFI KABUKI RECORDS
or The King of Nothing Nowhere bandcamp

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P3 2016 Award Winners. Photo by Cheri Bordelon/ Peoples Pixel Project

I’m slow at updating, but the 7th Annual Lake George ArtsPeoples Pixel Project was a success; featuring 3 videos from Super Dark Collective:

-Sun Burdens “Fools Song” by Christopher Brown

-“Super Dark Season 1 Trailer” by Super Dark Home Video (award accepted by Brown)

-The Black Ships “Dead Empires” by John Gill

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Christopher Brown receiving his awards. Photo by Cheri Bordelon/ Peoples Pixel Project

To see other videos and more info on Peoples Pixel Project and how to enter for next year visit the LGA P3 Page HERE

 

Happy May! Finally it’s warm.

Haven’t been doing much on this page but the SUPER DARK HOME VIDEO site is being updated often, especially with new episodes airing biweekly. Season One is almost half over! Also adding a lot of behind the scenes photos of Season One and Two at the SDHV Facebook page.

Made a little edit from last years adventure at Americade in Lake George with Casey Schultz and Tony DeLessio. Because of the music (Death From Above 1979), or more so the label(s) and youtube, it is blocked in 16 countries including the U.S. a new record for me. But the video lives on on Vimeo. Not much skating was recorded but still fun, check it out:

Also, I have been playing with The Black Ships and Asa Morris so check out upcoming shows:

5/8 The Black Ships, Celestial Shore, Comfy, and Slowshine at Fuze Box in Albany, NY

5/9 Asa Morris and I Will Need Bail and William Hale at Old Station Inn in Greenwich, NY

There are 2 events going on in 2014 that encourage free film submissions of varying styles, genres, ect. for local filmmakers in Upstate and Eastern, NY and beyond.

1st:
Lake George Arts Project: People’s Pixel Project
Deadline: January 7, 2014
This is the fourth year of their film fest which offer a bunch of different categories (and a bunch of different winners) from music video, short film, experimental, documentary, animation, and more.
Open for free submission by anyone within 100 mile radius of Lake George.
Check out the details and entry form at http://www.lakegeorgearts.org
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2nd:
WMHT: TvFilm Season 6
Deadline: March 3, 2014
WMHT is the only full-service public broadcasting station located in the capital region focusing on education and sharing media. TvFilm is a show that exposes regional filmmaking and discusses purpose, inspiration, and media today with the directors.
Check out more info, the requirements, and online submission form at http://www.wmht.org/topics/arts-entertainment/tvfilm/
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Here’s a link to a video promo for the TvFilm call for films:
http://video.wmht.org/video/2365123795/

I will hopefully be submitting My 2013 Skateboarding Adventure Documentary “Skate Hike” to both events and maybe another film, we’ll see what happens.

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photo by Christopher Brown

Here’s an excerpt of the performance by Lea Bertucci and William Rees at Spring Street Gallery in Saratoga Springs, NY 7/6/13.

The video captures not only the sound and visual of the musicians themselves but also an interesting look at a couple pieces from the photography exhibit “Faces of Nepal” by Emma Dodge Hanson

Also a piece of Lea’s solo clarinet performance before the two of them played

This years Halloween Comp is complete and features a new solo-type song by me as well as a new song from Contact Kiss, and of course many other awesome local artist. check it out for free.

via Ghoul Poon / Lofi Kabuki

It’s finally here! That time of year when you bust out the Nirvana hoodies, mix your favorite whiskey with hot cider and debate whether or not donning blackface for your Mr. T costume would be a great idea. It’s also that time of year when yours truly opens his haunted email box & takes submissions for Upstate New York’s (and beyond) annual Halloween compilation series, ‘Do the Fright Thing’! This is year four, and as usual all apologies to those who didn’t make the cut.. Here is a fantastic collection of eerie music from some of the areas best electro rockers, punkers, noise-o-weirdos and folkies to make your costume party not suck. Enjoy!

FREE DOWNLOAD: http://lofikabuki.bandcamp.com/album/ghoul-poon-presents-do-the-fright-thing-vol-4

Here is the latest Ryan and Chris video from our Cinematography homework assignment.
Written, Directed, Lighting and Produced by Ryan and I, filmed and edited and audio by Ryan.

possible similar videos to come in the future…

Happy 50th Video On Youtube! Brand New Video from School, Fall 2010 Semester!

Based on the short screenplay written by me, this film was made for my Film II class of the Fall 2010 Semester.

Directed, Produced, Edited by and also Starring Me, it couldn’t be exactly like the screenplay due to sacrifices made to fit a zero budget as well as what i had available and the limited time time i had. But I managed to put something together in a slightly different style and I think it came out decent.

It isn’t anything impressive and I’m not overly proud of it, but giving the circumstances I feel that I pulled off something decent.

The widescreen is messing up on the blog, i need a bigger layout, so check it out directly on the youtube page:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-zL0KqRGwIc

Copyright 2010 Christopher Brown Productions