When we first discovered the work of Los Angeles based composer, producer and sound designer Paul Fraser in our special issue In Blank We Trust, Fraser set out…
Read about my Weekly Splice series in an interview with Installation Magazine.
DEAD END is premiering on JUNE 26th.
(And you won’t forget it because I’ll be talking about nothing else before it airs.)
A date’s set! Excited to show everyone the score.
Ah, thanks, hamishmash! So pumped to see it again. I really enjoyed working on the music
If you look through all the released publicity material for Dead End you can really see how the characters have solidified and come together.
I just rewatched Dead End and now I have some distance I am so bloody proud of it. I’m sorry I can’t make it come out any sooner for you guys but it’ll be worth it! I found myself genuinely laughing… I think I’ve made something really, really funny. The voice cast are amazing. Maria Bamford, Zack Pearlman, Cameron Goodman and Stefan Marks are all perfect casting. The animation by Mel Roach, Leanne Lee, Dale Anderson and Andrew Onorato is delightful, charming and expressive… the music by Paul Fraser is so good and atmospheric! Guys I’m really happy with it! I still don’t know when it is airing but I can’t wait for you guys to see it!
"Dead End" is finished, on the shelf, and aging nicely, like your finer wines and cheeses.
alas, kirstenlepore's animated short, 'Move Mountain.' I sound designed the film with Kirsten. enjoy!
Brrr Walk, my #mashup of Soulja Boy’s Bird Walk & the Ice World Theme from Super Mario Bros. 3 for NES
a hard drive leftover that I wrote for a sci-fi/comedy animation scene test last fall, in the chiptunes realm
An abstract archive of ocular manifestations of systematic disease. Music by Paul Fraser
Jeanette Bonds’ animation of diseased eyeballs set to a cello composition of mine.
Dead End is my spooky comedy made for Frederator’s Cartoon Hangover (Bravest Warriors, Bee and Puppycat) and it will be coming out very soon!
Have a new promo image featuring our heroes Pugsley, Norma and Barney and a sign which I can no longer walk past without smiling (and shuddering, obviously).
I want to try and do pictures like this every week because you’re all being so lovely and patient.
A short I worked on in Oct.