I sit down and converse with another veteran turned artist about his music, his philosophy with art and life, and how the military shaped him as an artist.
The main setting of the film, the record store, gives a nostalgic vibe with the small business mindset and appreciating the times when music lovers turned to their collection of vinyls and compact discs, rather than digital and/or streaming collections of today's society.
Late winter night, The moon's shine is creeping inside my window. I can see the glow from the side of my eye. Hypnotic stare into the clock's neon lights, As I watch the minutes tick by. I'm trying to relax my mind, Music meditation to ease away from reality. That's my self-motivation and validation. I'm … Continue reading Waiting (Poetry)
Work over play. Work over romance. That's my life, it's my only chance. I guess I am a harlot in the game of love. No sex needed, just my wicked tongue is enough. All it takes is one or two dates, And they keep coming like it's a cattle call. Someday I'll get it all … Continue reading Harlot (Poetry)
The creators of this film, Kipp Tribble & Kurt Ela, wrap you in with some epic comedy until shit literally hits the fan with the legendary tale of Char Man.