Tuesday, June 27, 2017

How To Misbehave Ep 001 - Crystal Precious Beginner's Guide To Festival Raving Part 1 of 2

Download it here: http://www.mediafire.com/file/rhwkoi6yd78oa6b/HTM_Ep_001_Beginner%27s_Guide_to_Festival_Raving_Part_1.mp3



The TIME. To PREPARE. Has COME!

If you know someone heading out to their first electronic music festival, you know that it can be kinda tricky to explain to them what they're in for. Luckily, I've revised this guide almost every year since 2008 with new tips & tricks and I'm delighted for the 2017 version to serve as my first podcast episodes!! Trust, I TELL IT.

CP's Beginner's Guide is intended to destroy those gross  "underprepared" feelings. Let's skip any of that nerve-wracking crap and use our energy for delightful first-festival sass explosions inside our brains and hearts instead, shall we? And if you're the one bringing someone new, gawd knows you're already busy getting your own shit together. Simply send this to them. SEND IT TO EVERYONE !!! And for the love of eff, SUBSCRIBE RIGHT THERE ----->

Part 1 is streamable here now. WARNING: Explicit Content.




Part 2 will be released on Thursday June 29th on iTunes provided they approve my snarky ass. After that THURSDAY will be my regular podcast episode release day each week, as a sort of nod to the show I used to host at The Keefer Bar on Thursdays with Sweet Soul Burlesque.

By then, my podcast / rss / subscription feeds should be set up and I should be searchable in iTunes & other podcast apps as well! Thank you for bearing with me; I'm learning as I go because I'm a business lady. Doing my important business things. 🎀  *clicks computer keys

Enjoy!!

Winks n' wiggles,
xoxoxoxo
CP

Monday, March 13, 2017

March Shows, Veme, Podcast & General Sass Levels


Ummkay first thing's first: 2 shows this March in Vancouver:


MARCH 14th: Guilt & Company for the Gastown Cabaret



This group of weirdos is a particularly magical combination and YES, there will be a contortionist drag queen. WHO I LOVE. 


MARCH 23rd: CHERRY'S 40th uh I mean, 24th-FOREVER B-day Party @ The Fox Cabaret




Can you believe this bish is 40? Might be time to party. I'll be hosting at The Fox. COME<3 p="">

OH RIGHT ... also I helped make an app called VEME.. and t
here's a lot of this going on, which we weren't necessarily expecting... but that we're learning is quite normal.





I started out taking a paid position with the project in 2015, figuring that learning the ropes around creative content strategy would be a good plan to step up my online marketing game in general.

At that point the plan was to test the Veme app locally but ultimately to launch out of US under Veme’s American advisors / investors’ guidance. I was stoked cuz LEARNINGZ & California adventures!! :D ! But of course during the course of the project the CDN $ dropped, tech realities & delays reared their heads, and our staff shifted dramatically. I also fell in love with someone here (who also happens to be in tech), another one of about 10 billion reasons we were all pretty adamant about staying put for launch. We just know it would be so so rad to launch a female-led creative tech project out of Van specifically highlighting local content.


When Trump got elected, our desire to stay put was set in stone. We shift from a SF PR firm to a local bad-ass one that’s been teaching me TONS. Major upgrades all around as far as my skillz go. Let's just hope I can put 'em to good use.

TO BE CLEAR tho, we are still very much pre-launch; there's detailed strategies for three separate “official” launch phases later this year and we are waiting on further funding to activate those. Assuming we move forward, my role would shift largely to content development. In the meantime, it’s all about figuring out who and how people want to use this thing, so feel free to DL it and help us find bugz to squish!! :) www.veme.com


While that goes down, I get to shift over to beginning my PODCAST broadcasts in May! (WEEE) while working some marketing / social media strategy contracts for my friends’ small businesses on the side. I'd also have a shit ton of new songs and am eager to do some recording. Doing the podcast has been helping me get my gear game dialed so I can DIY home vox now and I really, REALLY love that. I predict good thingz.

In all my years of planting "big" project seeds, some have had beautiful blooms; some stay tucked away in the earth, but all have gifted me with insane skills, relationships and experience. I'm open and grateful for either / or. Regardless as to where either Veme or the podcast project goes, the focus has really been about expanding my expressive energy to more modern forms, and to develop transferrable skill sets I can use to promote my art and/or generate income. I do miss the stage, but I'm still hitting it here and there... I try to remind myself that the long game is to end up back there for good, and in a more sustainable way.


I love surprises... We'll see what grows roots this spring.


Bumz n' bunny snuggles,

xoxo
CP