EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: Entertainment Innovator "MUCK STICKY" Has Created A Pajama Phenomenon...

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I know we met close to 20 years ago on MySpace through me working very close with Three 6 Mafia/Hypnotized Minds, which sounds absolutely crazy to me because time has flown by, but, how does it feel to be sitting here in an exclusive interview with me knowing that we've both worked our tails off for this long and we're still not finished? With that, what keeps you motivated daily?

- MySpace seems so long ago. It was crazy how much virality my songs had on there. It really helped launch things. Glad to see you are still at it. As far as motivation goes, I'm committed to this music thing for life. It's in my blood. There is nothing else I would rather be doing, so staying motivated isn't really that difficult. I think for some, who aren't deciated to a purpose and are just doing it for quick fame or money, it can be tough to stay persistent and consistent when those rewards don't arrive quickly, or they don't even see them at all. It's kind of like walking a tightrope. Some walk a tightrope with a net, and some walk over a canyon. If you have a net that will catch you when you fall, that is the same as having a "back-up plan if music doesn't work out". You can fail and fall and you'll still be okay, so you don't give it the dedication required to make it. But if you are in it for life, then there is no other option but to stay on the rope until you get to the other side.

Tell us a little about your mission/brand -

- Music has helped me so much in life. I spent most of my late teens and early twenties making not-so-good choices. When artists I looked up to sang/spoke words that I could relate to,and inspired me to do better, it altered the course of my life. Growing up, music was a part of my family and heritage. My grandfather was a Sun Studio musician in Memphis, and worked with the likes of Elvis, Johnny Cash, and Jerry Lee Lewis. My great-grandparents were part of one of the most famous Gospel Bluegrass quartets known as The Wayfaring Singers, founded in 1927. So that kind of music was always in my household. As I got older, I got into different kinds of music. Rock and Rap were always around me coming up in Memphis, but I also liked weirder artists like Beck and Ween. I was also really into comedy from a young age. So I took all of those influences and merged them to make my own brand of music. My mission is to use music to help people who are feeling down, or in a really bad place in life, to find a brighter way of living. Sometimes the world is cold and painful, but there can be profound change within ourselves through music. My hope is that I can continue to help people through the hard times with music that uplifts them, even if I have to say some wild and crazy things to do it...

How does it feel to be the king of pajamas?

- Feels amazing. Very comfortable actually. I started wearing them because they just felt better than jeans or slacks. Then my best friend passed away in 2002 after a three-year battle with Multiple Sclerosis. I watched him go from being healthy, to frail and full of drugs. When he passed, I was a pallbearer at his funeral and I wore slacks. During the course of the day, they tore apart at the seams for some strange reason. That day I had a profound awareness come over me about the fragility of life, and how often we change ourselves and our clothes to suit the opinions of other people. I vowed from that day on that I would stay true to myself and not change who I am or what I wear to suit the minds of others. This July 2nd will mark 21 years of wearing pajamas every day as my personal and professional attire. It's the world record (7,640 days as of today)...

Where did the inspiration for your lyrics come from?

- Well, that really depends on the song. I gather inspiration from all sorts of places. Most of it comes from personal experiences, but some it also comes from observing the world and the people in it. It's a wild world. If we can make it a little better for each other, we should. I find that sometimes my best way of dealing with things is to laugh at them. Music is a great outlet for me to express the things that bring me joy, but also the things that bring me pain. So it really just depends on the state of consciousness I am whenever I am writing a given song.

What can we look forward to in the future from you?

- We have a really big project we are working on right now. Can't give any details about it, but there is a LOT of music involved. I am branching out into new areas of music I've never explored before, and it feels amazing. Trying new things is a way to grow and find out more about ourselves. Which is what I am doing these days. Expect to hear new sounds and see new sides of me that I've never expressed before.

Where do you see yourself in 5 years?

- Good Lord willing, still alive with my family and friends. After that, anything is a blessing. I wake up each day thankful God has given me another day to create new art and explore life. I love being alive. I'm so thankful for it. And I am so thankful for a career in music that brings me so many blessings. I hope the years to come continue to progress the awareness of our music in the world, and we help more people find connection through music.

Who are some of your mentors?

- It's funny this is a question, because I was just talking with my mom earlier today about mentors. I don't really have one. I have people I look up to in the world, but nobody has ever mentored me in my career or life. If anyone is a mentor to me, it's Mom. She has always supported my dreams and encouraged me when I've been down and out. I've been at this music thing since 1999, and have never had any support from the industry. No labels, no agents, no managers. Just me, my family, my friends, and my fans. Don't know if I'll ever have a mentor. But I have God in my soul, and that amazing grace will always guide me.

During COVID, we all faced struggles, what was one of your main struggles?

- Getting weed was tough there for a minute. But that was when I was still living in Memphis. Now that I've moved to a state where it's medicinal, I get my buds from the drive-thru at the dispensary around the corner.

Where can fans find your music?

- Pretty much everywhere you can find music. We have great distribution through Select-O-Hits. Google "Muck Sticky" and you can find everything you need for a good time. lol

Anything you'd like to include?

- I just want to thank the fans for always being so supportive. My 17th album "Freshly Baked" just dropped on 4/20, and the response has been amazing. We have the best fans ever. It does my soul good to know there are still a LOT of good people out there in the world who know music can keep us going. Together we are going to get through this thing called life. Music can bring us all together.

What are your social links?

Everything can be found here... https://linktr.ee/MuckSticky

Anything you'd like to include?

Thanks a bazillion for having me do this interview. Keep doing what you're doing bro! Much love!


Thanks so much for your time!!! I also want to give a huge S/O to Amanda Flores, Staff Editor at Standish913!)

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EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: Musical Artist "TX TRILL" Is Putting On For The Younger Generation...

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What is your name?

Bryan but you can call me Tx Trill 4 Real.

Where are you from? Your age?

Im 31 years old and it's a blessing.

To share the same day as one of my Idols TECH N9NA.

I was born and raised in FT. Worth Tx. But Gatesville is now home to me.

What do you do?

Job wise man...

I'll just say this... It's the nastiest job out there outside of that I work with the kids of my neighborhood. I coach them with life lessons and try hard to keep them out of trouble. Majority of them want to be musicians someday so right now I'm teaching them the fundamentals of song writing.

Tell us a little about your company/brand -

Unlike other brands,

My brand is my entire life, My brand is me And who am I I am Tx Trill 4 Real.

Where do you see yourself in 5 years?

In 5 years I see myself doing well furthering into my career

Where my kids Don't have to worry much anymore

And also providing a stepping stone for the kids of our future

Who are some of your mentors?

My mentors are the three people I work with constantly in the industry...

1 Giovanni Tha King my videoographer from waco Texas

2 my promoter from Killeen Tx Mr. Redd Da Underdawg

3 Antonio Noriega my studio engineer and my newest producer

Who also owns Dream Big studios in Killeen Tx.

But above all else my Mom my biggest mentor of all time

What are you currently working on?

Right now I'm working on my second studio Album called (Tx Trill The Life Of Trill)

Which is a country rap album that will feature 2 full length country songs

Also I'm working on a music video that will feature the kids of my neighborhood and be shot on location and in the same cell block I was locked away In inside the system called Texas Youth Commission the name of that song and video is my inmate number 1040650 which will also serve as the foundation that me and my mom are building

Called The 1040650 Foundation

Which will be a completely Free service to any kid between the age of 9 and 17 more details of that to come.

During COVID, we all faced struggles, what was one of your main struggles?

Covid hit and I was like a baby when it hit me. Couldn't get out of bed and lost my job because of it as well. But that's okay I'm here now and I'm humble.

Where can fans find your music?

Reverberation SoundCloud Spotify iTunes I heart radio pandora Amazon music.

And you can find me on YouTube as well.

Anything you'd like to include?

I've opened up for Lil Flip on December 31st 0f 2022 and I currently have a song on SoundCloud called Tx Trill - You don't know me featuring Tum Tum of dsr

What are your social links?

My Instagram is @txtrill_official

My Facebook is Bryan caviness


Thanks so much for your time!

EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: Artist "Karen Kusnierz" Is Bringing Creativity To The Table....

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What is your name?

Karen Elizabeth Kusnierz

Where are you from? Age?

East Boothbay, Maine. 36.

What do you do?

Art work, basic tattoos, drawings, protection talismans, music, singing.

Tell us a little about your mission -

Honestly, I'm just looking to complete my bucket list. Life is too short to be too serious!

Where do you see yourself in 5 years?

Having fun as best as I can!

What are you currently working on?

Multiple art pieces. Landscaping. Rapping.

Where can customers purchase your artwork?

Thanks so much for your time!!!

EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: "SLXMPED" Is Back & More Evolved Than Ever...

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Glad to have you back for another exclusive! What's been up since last year?

Man so much good stuff has been happening ever since then, I've been working on and on and it's gotten me to a great point not only in my music career, but in my life overall and I feel at peace with everything.

How has your sound evolved since the last time we spoke?

My sound has been evolving quite insane, I've started making a lot of screamo, hyperplugg, ambient guitar, and ambient piano songs and it has just grown my experience at a tremendous rate with my SoundCloud, YouTube, and Instagram going no where but up, I make Hip-Hop as well can't forget.

How has your sound impacted you and how do you think you impacted your audience?

A very good large amount of my audience came from the Screamo/Trap Metal that I've been making, as well as making more connections within the underground it's been a long crazy and fun road to go down.
Another good part of my audience came from this single I have called Crystal Clouds (Remix) which has over 2k plays and 70+ likes. I like to think I help my audience get out their emotions when they need it. They either want to get their anger out with metal or miss that special someone with a sad song of mine.

Who's one artist that you'd absolutely love to work with?

I'd love to work with City Morgue, PRXJEK, kill dyll, dirtybutt, Nascar Aloe, pouya, kxllswxtch, Joji, and washed out. All of these artists are some of the many influences that I have and it would be a giant honor to even be in the same studio as they're in.

Any new possible features in the works?

Well soon I am gonna be gearing up for another making of Standish's Anthem part 2 so be on the lookout for that. I will also be having a collab with urfavxboyfriend once the track gets completed.

Do you have any other hustles besides music?

I've actually been working on my own clothing brand here and there for quite sometime, I'm gonna be making crust punk clothing such as pants, shirts, hoodies, etc. I have some pairs that I made myself and once school ends I will be working on that full time while occasionally dropping music and YouTube videos.

In your opinion, what's the best part about all of the work you're putting in?

Best part about all of what I'm doing is that it made me be a better person, music was the only thing I had to keep myself happy and busy once I lost that one person I didn't wanna lose. It taught me a lesson in life that as long as you're doing something that carries your soul to a better height of independence, happiness, and self love, you'll feel invincible whether you have somebody with you or not.

What's up with these publicity stunts you've been doing on Instagram?

Recently I've been having my own fun on social media bashing crappy celebrities in the comments of Instagram posts such as prodbyzaqq, ayookd1, and Ally Lotti. I managed to get a couple ratios to laugh at poking fun at prodbyzaqq. He can take a joke though so I commend him on that. As of today I'm still not unblocked by ayookd1 which is hilarious since he's supposed to be a "thug" but blocks me once I mess with him one time over a barely funny reason. Making funny comments also gets a lot of people looking at my account which helps a lot. Making myself more known in my local area by interacting with more artists helps. Also Pouya owes me a skateboard, I'll leave you guessing on why till you figure it out haha.

Anything you'd like to include?

To the person who reads this I wanna just say thank you for your time and thank you for giving me a chance. The best song to listen to for the new people who wanna hear what I got is called "Crystal Clouds (Remix)" it's a chill dubstep/pop track that'll keep you vibing and relaxing the whole time.
I also wanna give a shout-out to U365, bloodspun, xolostboy, and problemchild this is only the start of this and I appreciate y'all being there for me.

What are your social links?





Thanks so much for your time!!!