I dabble in music supervision from time to time.
David Cross, Julia Stiles, America Ferrera, and more star in the widely acclaimed second feature film from writer/director Todd Berger, It’s a Disaster. Four couples come together for a brunch only to discover they’re trapped at the host’s house at the end of days. Music by Violent Femmes, Baths, Lord Huron, the M’s, PAPA, White Arrows, Big Search, the Cloak Ox, and Slang Chickens.
Available digitally and physically all over the place.
A series of mini-doc style web shorts directed by Matthew Desotell focusing on the ethos of Venice Beach-based denim guys Hudson Jeans and their Turbotech Experiment. Featuring the tunes of Sumsun, Ernest Gonzales, and Superhumanoids. More here, here, there, and here.
The apex of Andre Hyland’s beloved variety show was a scratched Comedy Central pilot. I played talent-booker for the live show (wrangling Chelsea Wolfe, White Arrows, Tearist, Juiceboxxx, Vice Cooler, Evan Voytas, Bart Davenport, and more) before convincing Wavves to join for the taping.
Imagine if the team behind MTV’s The State made their very own Paris, je t’aime — an anthology film that supplants all that touchy-feely drama with dark absurdism. In Holiday Road, a baker’s dozen of strange directorial minds take us on a hilarious and disturbing journey through a single year, one holiday at a time. Not featuring the music of Lindsey Buckingham, but we tried.
Someone is killing L.A.’s hipsters when a crime-scene cleaner with Sherlockian tendencies, finds an unusual clue in the demo CD of an indie band. Todd Berger’s murder mockumentary takes viewers on a frenzied chase for the killer, while we’re treated to music by the Sonics, Wallpaper., Fog, TOBACCO, the Franks, Barr, Gavin Castleton, Her Space Holiday, Le Switch, and more.