Previous Works

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October revolution
Music Video

The music video for Cyclone Breitmayer's first single release, "October Revolution."

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Festivus 2019

A visual documentary on my friends and I celebrating the year long tradition of Festivus!

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The Matriarch of the Moon

A visual documentary depicting a free spirit with a penchant for tarot cards.

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DEAD AIR

Two unlikely "co"-hosts of a college radio station find themselves to have a rather troubled special guest listening in to their not so playful banter.

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Social butterfly

Self-contained within his father’s basement, left alone with only his insecure thoughts of isolation, Vincent must overcome his fear of interaction with others alongside his rather exotic pet before being secluded forever.

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What is radio 1851?

A promotion for the first ever college radio station to broadcast on AM frequency. Today, they provide a creative outlet to an endless amount of students in order to promote free speech and creativity. They are what Radio 1851 is.

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Kofi Carter Interview

Ghanaian afro beat/pop, hip hop, trap and dancehall artist, Kofie Carter, is interviewed about his upbringing and how it influenced his art; the story behind his yellow hoodie; his close relationship with Ben Simmons; and much more!

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Cassettes
Interview

Radio 1851 gets the scoop on Philadelphia based band, Cassettes! Celebrating their newest album, Wild Heart, Matt, Sean, and Joe bring the hottest goss to the station. Cheesesteaks, venues, old bands, candles, and wrestling!

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TAINA ASILI
INTERVIEW

Radio 1851 interviews Puerto Rican activist, singer, songwriter, Taina Asili! In anticipation for her newest album release, "Resiliencia,"  hear behind the scenes info and inspirational quotes from this freedom fighting, heroic feminist.

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The Open Door Policy Podcast

Two young males attempting to make a rather bland podcast are derailed once the Mongolian mongoloid emperor formerly known as Genghis Khan resurrects and overtakes their studio in an attempt to regain relevancy in today's current society. The knocking will not stop until they make their way to the top.

[S1E4] Streaming

The two ""heroes"" find themselves alienated within the house of a rather popular... ""streamer."" Rather than escape, however, Cyclone & Senny find it might be more valuable to use Ween's fame to escort themselves to freedom. Despite numerous attempts to hook her audience in with cryptic cries for help, Senny's pocket peanut donations are trampled by her fans' allegiance. As the hairy and mighty sweaty grasp of Genghis Khan continues to tighten, our hosts must rely on outside intervention for redemption.