Joining me this week on the show will be Kory Caldwell and Keaton Slansky, the directors of The Player’s Score, a upcoming documentary about the video game music scene! I’ll be talking to them about their journey so far, getting concert footage from the likes of the Minibosses, the Triforce Quartet, Mega Ran, Austin Wintory, Danny Baranowsky, the Megas, Danimal Cannon, and more!
Not only will she be gracing the floor with her presence, she will have a table to sell her Maki Roll’s Chop Shop products, and she will be one of the judges in the Cosplay Contest!!!!
Lua is a Cosplayer, a Suicide Girls model and crafty lady hailing from the beautiful state of New Jersey. Within her two years of cosplaying she has traveled through the east coast and across the country for many conventions.
Filmed at BITGen Gamerfest 9 & other events around the country, the video primarily features action from the up close views of Go Pro cameras attached to various instruments, a first person drummer camera, and more!
Music video releases are few and far between in the VGM Community, so this is a really big deal for this much production to go into this single’s release!
Joe Peacock is an amazing human being. He’s written books on depression. He’s been published on CNN, Huffington Post, and other major media outlets. He’s worked on the UX design for everything from Scott Pilgrim’s viral campaign to Farmville. He’s learned some lessons on geek girls. Joe Peacock appeared at MAGFest to display his one of a kind Art of Akira exhibit which feature sketches and original artwork animation cels.
He’s a master of life, and his prowess knows no bounds.
We knew none of this when we started playing Super Spike V’Ball at MAGFest 12 at 3:00 AM. As we suffered against a long time nemesis, into our open door strolled Joe Peacock.
What happens next was edited from the video that was already recording the action: