Gravy On The Side #0012 – Future Holotape

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Kris talked with Ernest and Julie AKA Future Holotape, a Los Angeles based synthwave duo about their new album Terra District 1, playing live, analog synthesizers, and had a ton of fun along the way. Make sure to check out Future Holotape here on their Bandcamp page, or wherever you listen to music.

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-Chris

 

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Hey kiddos, just dropping a quick post to some nifty links to stuff around town, and the greater internet suburbs.

First up, it was cool to see a list of 10 cool things to do around The Gravy Cave South aka Lodi, California, that listed my favorite place to score comics The Launchpad. If you’re in the Central Valley area, check it out here.

Looking for a cool monster comic? Check out Monstrous from Greg Wright, Ken Lamung and Travis McIntire. They have reached what they set out to on Kickstarter but that’s no reason for you not to check out the book here.

Over at the awesome Longbox Graveyard, Paul is taking a look at all the new #1’s from Marvel Comics. All of them. Stop by and check out all the reviews here.

It wouldn’t be a post from me without getting distracted by some sort of musical instruments or something music related. It what has to be one of the most talked about new gear announcements in ages, Korg is releasing an analog poly synth for about $500! Check out the specs, videos, and more over at Synthtopia.

I’ll be back with Omega: The Unknown and more soon. Love you, baby bird.

-Kris