Friday, March 24, 2017

Oklahomans react to death of Swamp Thing co-creator Bernie Wrightson

 The Oklahoman published an article today about Bernie Wrightson and the influence he had over Oklahoman's. Included in the article are a photo of Christophe and Bernie together as well as some of Christophe's thoughts.

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Sunday, March 12, 2017

Artist Todd Beats at Speeding Bullet Comics

 Artist Todd Beats did a live painting session at Speeding Bullet Comics in Norman, OK Saturday afternoon. The shop did a Facebook Live-Cast co-hosted by Christophe with store owner Matthew Price. Check it out.

Friday, November 11, 2016

'Son Of The Saw' Facebook Page

We've started a Facebook page for our new film 'Son of the Saw'. Check it out here:

This is the official page for the film "Son of the Saw" , a story about the offspring of america's favorite chainsaw wielding maniac!

The film is NOT about the classic horror icon, but instead about his progeny, the generations that followed, and the "truth" behind the inspirations for the 1974 film. 

A small time film crew for the show "Legend hunters" find them selves at the end of the road for their show, and must make this episode the most over the top one yet to be saved from cancellation. However this episode just happens to be about the legend of the film that changed the face of horror cinema forever. As they have closed in on the last remaining know family to live within distance of the "actual" family the movie was based off of. What they find in this place is that the saw isn't family, the saw is god.

Monday, October 31, 2016

Free Halloween Download 2016

 Tradition stands that we try to give out a free download for Halloween. This year it's a live bootleg of a show from Matt Wall's Haunting Halloween Tour. Free to download. Share it.

Thursday, October 27, 2016

My Friend Elmer Radio Broadcast

 Today, October 27th, would be my Grandfather's birthday. Many of you know a little about my Grandfather from the posts I've made and uploading his radio show he preached on. My Grandfather was many things. He was a Preacher, a self-taught Theologian, Mechanic, Woodworker, Pilot, Poet, Songwriter, Magician, Cartoonist and more. In celebration of his birthday today I'm releasing a radio interview with him done by Cody Sparks at Chickasha KOOL 105.5 FM. This was recorded on his 96th birthday in 2010. It was split up in segments and played throughout the day. I hope you all enjoy.

Tuesday, October 25, 2016

SSKK Premiere New Video And Start Pre-Sales For New Album

New Music Video & New Album For SouthSide KrazyKidz.

 The second music video for SouthSide KrazyKidz' Money Shot LP premiered today! "Moby Dick" featuring Ghandi Bonez! Aside from this amazing animated video from the KrazyKidz today is also the day to pre-order The Money Shot LP. Money Shot finally has a release date! Full album comes out Nov. 15th, but order now and not only will you get it for half price, but you can download "Number 1" and "Moby Dick" today! The album will be available at all your online retailers. (Google Play, iTunes, Amazon, Bandcamp and more!)

Friday, October 21, 2016

Red Dirt Report: In The Blood

 New article about Christophe in the Red Dirt Report today!

IN THE BLOOD: For local music mainstay Christophe Murdock, songwriting is family tradition

NORMAN, Okla. – For over 20 years, Christophe Murdock has remained the local music scene’s elusive man in black. From his beginning in the 90s punk and goth scenes, to his recent rebirth as an outlaw country artist, along with plenty of experimentation in between, he may not have hit the mainstream like many of his contemporaries, but that’s okay—he’s content to just keep lurking in the background as a cult figure.
“I don’t have a huge following or anything like that, but I have people who get what I do,” Murdock said.
“I don’t write bad songs and I’m not gonna stop. I’ve wanted to quit a few different times, when life got to be too much, but I always keep coming back to it. It’s something that’s in my blood. I’m a songwriter, it’s what I do. It’ll drive me crazy if I don’t.”
When Murdock says that songwriting is in his blood, he’s actually being quite literal. The famed country music songwriter Merle Kilgore—co-author of the immortal Johnny Cash tune “Ring of Fire”—was a close relative of his. Since Kilgore’s death in 2005. Murdock has drawn upon Kilgore’s long lineage of classic music as inspiration for his own introspective works, learning to accept every aspect of his talent.
“When I was younger, I felt that I had to keep everything separate,” Murdock said. “My rock music and my dark imagery as one thing, and my folk and country music and imagery about Jesus and God was another thing that was completely separate. Over the years, that’s something that has kind of blended together and become its own big, beautiful thing.”
His passion for music of all kinds has even led him to become a member of the local hip-hop group the SouthSide KrazyKidz, who are about to release their latest project,The Money Shot LP. Murdock said that while at first it was a little difficult for him to capture the songwriting rhythms of rap at first, through hours of practice trying to hone this new sound, he was eventually able to catch on and is proud of his work with the KrazyKidz.
But, as fans wait for that release, Murdock will be playing one of his “red dirt macabre” acoustic sets at 8 p.m. Oct. 23 at the Red Brick Bar, 311 E. Main St., supporting the thoroughly raucous double-bill of punk-country band the Punknecks and thrashgrassers JV’s Fillin’ Station. Murdock said that the crowds for these bands keep getting “bigger and better” and that folks can expect a “helluva good time.”
And while Murdock has never been one for self-promotion, he said that many of his own albums are finally going back into print and will finally be available for sale again at his upcoming shows.
“I’ve never been much in taking big about myself,” Murdock said. “I’m not the best performer, I’m not the best singer, but, you know, I do write a damn good song. Pick up any of my albums, any of my EPs, it shows in the songwriting craft. The music speaks for itself.”