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College Radio Interview.

July 14th, 2008

Last week I was interviewed on the air by Ian and Abel of the Hofstra University morning radio show. They had some great questions about The Meth Minute and it was fun to chat with them. In case you didn’t happen to be listening to 88.7 Fm in Long Island that morning, I’ve got the mp3 of it for you here.  Click here to download mp3 of the interview  PS: It’s ironic that I was interviewed on college radio, because we just finished an upcoming episode of “Nite Fite” that is a flashback to Penalty & LLoyd’s college-era radio show in the 70’s (see above). An uncanny coincidence.

We Were The Meth Minute

June 19th, 2008

Back when you were all watching episode the 9th or 10th episode of the Meth Minute, I was already planning episode 39. I knew it had to be epic, touching, and also something that included every character. The 80’s all-star charity video “We Are The World” seemed like a great format for such an episode. Since we started this with a song, I figured we ought to go out with one too.picture-8.png

My friend Scott Zillitto (the voice of James Brown in Sex Machine) seemed like the right man to help compose such a song. He’s a talented musician and a fellow connoisseur of 80’s cheese tunes. He came over one night and we sat at my kitchen table with a Casio and wrote “We Were The Meth Minute”.

Mind you, this is months before the the series was ending, so I had plenty of time to record each cast member [Read more…]

Meth Minute Music Monday: 8-Bit Watermelon Nights

May 13th, 2008

Niko Anesti created the amazing 8-bit soundtrack for the latest Meth Minute cartoon. Alot of people wanted an mp3 of the arcade version of Watermelon Nights so here it is. Click to download it!

Meth Minute Music Monday: Emomelon Days

May 5th, 2008

img_72308670.JPGYou’ve seen the video… now download the mp3!Now see the video again:

Emomelon Days

May 1st, 2008

img_76798651.JPGMy goal in this video was to spoof emos and goths and at the same time pre-empt their angry reactions by having emo and goth characters angrily react WITHIN the video. We’ll soon know if it worked.-Dan