WOW. I just wanted to say that the response to Forever Famicom has been totally unbelievable and overwhelming. It’s always a good feeling to know that when you work hard on something, the people appreciate it. Whether you streamed it, bought it, preordered it, or torrented it, Thank you.
Now, I’ve collected most of our interviews on Forever Famicom, as well as some bonus stuff, so you can check those out here.
Random and K-Murdock interview with the Find (pt 1)
In the last interview, I said: I want this album to be a bridge, for hip hoppers and for video gamers. For video-gamers who never thought they were cool enough to like hip hop, and for hip hoppers who thought they were TOO cool to acknowledge video games that aren’t called ‘Madden’ and ‘Call of Duty’. To me that’s really the extent..
This Week In Geek – Birdman’s Boombox – Interview with Random and Mike Dodd
Click here to hear the audio
1Up.com Podcast interview with Random and K-Murdock
K Murdock: It started about three years ago. To give you some backstory about how I met Ran, I was working at XM Satellite Radio as an audio engineer and on the side I hosted a show called Subsoniq that plays underground and progressive hip-hop. In the mail I had gotten a package with two CDs: The Call and the first Mega Ran album. Ran didn’t know at the time that K Murdock from Subsoniq was also K Murdock from the group Panacea. I loved both the albums but I was flipping out because I had never heard anyone do anything like Mega Ran. I hit him up on Myspace and said we should collaborate.
*BONUS!* SXSW Podcast: Nerdcore 101
Random, YTCracker, MC Frontalot and Jesse Dangerously
click here to listen to the entire panel.