Frontalot and drummer The Categorical Imperative will be playing at G4's Thursday night party at ComiCon San Diego. More details are on the gig calendar, as they emerge.
Nerdapalooza was a rousing success! Front and cohorts managed to meet about sixteen hundred other nerdcore rappers and enjoyed kickass sets by every one of them. Also, here's a tip: next time you're at a nerd rap super festival, stay up at the afterparty until 7:15 in the morning and you might get to see YT's secret blues guitar virtuosity in action. Front extends his biggest ups to everyone who hit the stages at Taste, and offers his humblest thanks to A Comic Shop, mCRT, Hex, RPGs, the volunteers, and everyone else who made it possible. He also beams regret rays into the brains of those among you who somehow neglected to attend. Don't let next year's pass you by.
Due to databases being mean, the Nerdapalooza show has been posted as being at 11AM. It is actually starting almost that early! But Front is on roughly twelve hours later, at 11:30PM. We hear that the all-agedness of the show wears off in the late evening, and only those of majority can see Frontalot close shop Fri night. Be advised! Get a ticket.
If you think Frontalot's privacy is worthless, feel free to violate it by watching Gameplay HD invade his apartment.
The G4 spot that Front taped in Hollywood last month seems to be airing. It's a little ditty he wrote with Baddd Spellah for the occasion, pertaining to console oldness (and, by extension, rapper oldness). The unofficial title is Twenty-Six Hundred and you can help yourself to various video formats, a yootoob, or the lyric. And let's all look forward to the rest of the campaign, which is to feature mini-songs by Lars, YT, and (believe it or not) Del. Plus: one with everybody.