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Producer Steven Hellmann
A brilliant cast come together for a film that explores societal pressures of millennial culture in "Taking the Fall" which is available on Apple TV and Amazon.
Writer/Producer Steven Hellmann's first film tells the story of recently released Tyler, who was serving six years in jail for procession of marijuana. He is soon welcomed back by his old college friends, who have changed quite a bit from the ambitious students he once knew.
The film has found critical acclaim on the festival circuit and won the Audience Award at the Charlotte Film Festival.
We talked to Hellmann about producing the film with a very short schedule, the incredible cast, and some tales from the set.
Hip Hop Artist Nomad N3lson
As things are starting to open us, Nomad N3lson is already performing live again.
The Boston based Hip Hop artist is touring the region in promotion of his new album "Sorry in Advance" and is getting ready to release new material. Sourcing beats from around the world, Nomad is always looking for inspiration to take his game to another level.
We talked to N3lson about his process in songwriting, working with people from across the planet, and finally getting to do concerts once again.
Indie Rock Artist Nouhi's Nomad
Having played instruments since he was young, Nouhi's Nomad soon branched out from classical music to indie rock.
Having graduated from the prestigious Fiorello H. LaGuardia High School of Music & Art and Performing Arts in New York, his music brings not only his knowledge or rock and classical music, but percussion from Iran and the middle east.
We talked to Nouhi's Nomad about his self titles album, his ideas when it comes to producing songs, and his work with the non-profit NIAC (National Iranian American Council).
Country Artist John Vento
After a literal changing of his voice, John Vento has shifted gears with his new project.
With the task of producing and releasing a song a month, Vento's "Brick by Brick" album is building from the ground up. He has several singles out already, including "New Mexico Way" with an accompanying music video,
Vento's voice grew deeper in the past few years after a few incidents caused some damage to his vocal cords. A retrained voice and a new way of using it has given him a new sound and a new way to look at his music.
On top of this, Vento currently helps with an Autism charity "Band Together" out of Pittsburgh that does regular concerts and events.
We talked to Vento about his thought processes making music, his charity, and his goals in 2021.
Alternative Folk Artist Zach Mac
Zach Mac has been busy the past year as he made his time during the pandemic count.
Mac put out two albums, “HtTHCxDREAMZ” and "Paranormal Frequency" in the past few months with "Phazes" coming out in mid-April. He also has a band "The Sircus" which itself is working on material.
We talked to Mac about his writing process, producing in house, and the multitude of instruments he owns.
EDM Artist Amadeo
A Marine Corp vet, Amadeo Ordonez soon pursed his love of music to the the Los Angeles Film & Recording School and gained an education in his new love of Electric Dance Music.
His single "Fall Through" came out in 2020 with his follow up "Denver in Slow Motion" just released to critical praise. He will soon be making the rounds in Los Angeles and Las Vegas when the clubs open up.
We talked to Amadeo about his inspirations for his music, his process, and the reactions he's been getting with his new singles.