The Holiday Groove w/ Austin Groove Project, Magna Carda, the Bishops, the Vapor Caves [garage]; Sam Houston, Jake Lloyd, Zach Person [control room]
Empire Control Room
"...And for those wishing to take it one step further, there's the Distill Your Own Bottle program (DYOB for short). The company's six local founders – Braunberg and her husband Andrew, husband/wife Sal and Joanna Salinas, and father/son Cleveland and Chris Seals – all met during a weeklong class at a distillers' convention..."
"...And who’s responsible for this particular liquid bounty of Austin-based goodness? The distillers, of course – the experts who are all hands-on with the actual process of distilling – and also the entire crew at Still Austin. But, initially, it was two married couples and a father-and-son team who started (and who continue to run) Still Austin: Lisa and Andrew Braunberg, Joanna and Sal Salinas, and Chris Seals and his father Cleveland..."
"...Bonus video of a pre-South by Southwest rehearsal at Austin's Music Lab with Floyd, William Bell, and Booker T. & the MGs seals the local angle..."
"...While the album's title track will always be one of hip-hop's great singles, the truth is any real hip-hop fan already has the Bullworth soundtrack. In fact, the only reason Ghetto Supastar might be a decent purchase is the bonus second disc of Refugee Camp Navy Seals singles -- including Wyclef's brilliant entry to the Canibus/LL Cool J fray, "What's Clef." It's everything Ghetto Supastar is not: sharp, relevant, and revolutionary (check the broken dial tone beat)..."