For everyone that’s been asking and looking for a copy of my MxPx documentary, Both Ends Burning, it’s now available for digital HD download at https://gum.co/MxPxBEB. “Both Ends Burning” is a film that captures MxPx at a crossroads in their seasoned career. Directed by Bryan Buchelt, this documentary not only follows the band’s struggles in the face of the new touring climate, it also looks at the legacy and impact that Mike, Tom, and Yuri have had on the music industry, fellow bands, and their fans. This is one of the first true looks into the life of the notoriously private working class band on the road and at home. “Both Ends Burning” will give you a sense of nostalgia, while setting the stage for the next chapter of MxPx.”

For everyone that’s been asking and looking for a copy of my MxPx documentary, Both Ends Burning, it’s now available for digital HD download at https://gum.co/MxPxBEB.

“Both Ends Burning” is a film that captures MxPx at a crossroads in their seasoned career. Directed by Bryan Buchelt, this documentary not only follows the band’s struggles in the face of the new touring climate, it also looks at the legacy and impact that Mike, Tom, and Yuri have had on the music industry, fellow bands, and their fans. This is one of the first true looks into the life of the notoriously private working class band on the road and at home. “Both Ends Burning” will give you a sense of nostalgia, while setting the stage for the next chapter of MxPx.”

Here is the promo I shot for Mike Herrera/MxPx appearing at Vans Warped Tour. We filmed it in the basement of Reggies in Chicago.

MxPx in Chicago, Night 2.

Hangin’ at Reggies with old friends.

Snaproll Sessions [013.2]
The Static Age - Can’t Hardly Wait [The Replacements Cover - Acoustic]
Directed by Bryan Buchelt [www.snaprollstudios.com - @SnaprollStudios]

"Snaproll Sessions began as a way to capture and share intimate acoustic performances. As I’ve worked and spent time with bands, music is always being played, even when the cameras stop rolling. I wanted to strip away all the production and film these musicians playing their songs the way they originally wrote them. Snaproll Sessions are my way of honoring the artists and friends that inspire me.”

Click here for part 1

Snaproll Sessions [013.1]
The Static Age - Amphibian [Acoustic]
Directed by Bryan Buchelt [www.snaprollstudios.com - @SnaprollStudios]

"Snaproll Sessions began as a way to capture and share intimate acoustic performances. As I’ve worked and spent time with bands, music is always being played, even when the cameras stop rolling. I wanted to strip away all the production and film these musicians playing their songs the way they originally wrote them. Snaproll Sessions are my way of honoring the artists and friends that inspire me.”

Click here for part 2

My Adventures in Music - 2013 Edition - Photo Recap

I finally got around to transferring all my pictures from my phone to my computer. Since I have so many I want to share from the past year, I’ve decided to release them in three parts.

The first will be music.

The second will be personal adventures.

The third will be a recap of pictures from my cross-country trip filming the upcoming theatrical documentary, Unfair.

Enjoy!

1. Kanye West @ United Center. Chicago, IL

2. Shooting a music video for 6’10 with Tobin Bawinkel (Flatfoot 56). @ Reggie’s. Chicago, IL

3. Set It Off @ Warped Tour. Chicago, IL

4. Snaproll Session with The War On Peace @ Valparaiso, IN

5. Shooting a music video for Josh Caterer (Smoking Popes) feat. . @ Chicago, IL

6. The 3ft Yeezus ice sculpture backstage in catering at the Kanye West concert. @ United Center. Chicago, IL

7. Snaproll Session with The Static Age @ Chicago, IL

8. My good buddy, Josh Withenshaw of Every Avenue/Anarbor, warming up backstage. @ Warped Tour. Milwaukee, WI

9. Loading up gear with the Search The City dudes. @ Reggie’s. Chicago, IL

10. Silverstein @ House Of Blues, Chicago, IL

So stoked to share the music video I shot and directed for the new folk-punk/Americana band, 6’10 (side project of Flatfoot 56 members).

Artist: 6’10
Song: “Cannonball”
Directed by: Bryan Buchelt (Snaproll Studios)
Produced by: Bryan Buchelt, Tobin Bawinkel
Additional film crew: Ian LaGrace
Label: Independent
Album: The Humble Beginnings (August 26, 2013)

Tobin Bawinkel of Flatfoot 56, started 6’10 to go back to his musical roots in americana and folk music. Life can’t be all circle pits and spitting on sweaty crowds. Here is a side that is a little more lade back and thought provoking. He is joined by many talented musicians who bring much to the table as far as diversity and musical creativity.

http://610music1.bandcamp.com
http://www.facebook.com/pages/610/567…
http://youtube.com/sixtencity

Snaproll Sessions [012.2]
The War On Peace - Roll On
Directed by Bryan Buchelt [www.snaprollstudios.com - @SnaprollStudios]

www.facebook.com/TheWarOnPeace
www.twitter.com/TheWarOnPeaceMu

"Snaproll Sessions began as a way to capture and share intimate acoustic performances. As I’ve worked and spent time with bands, music is always being played, even when the cameras stop rolling. I wanted to strip away all the production and film these musicians playing their songs the way they originally wrote them. Snaproll Sessions are my way of honoring the artists and friends that inspire me."

Click here for part 1

Snaproll Sessions [012.1]
The War On Peace - Follow My Voice
Directed by Bryan Buchelt [www.snaprollstudios.com - @SnaprollStudios]

www.facebook.com/TheWarOnPeace
www.twitter.com/TheWarOnPeaceMu

"Snaproll Sessions began as a way to capture and share intimate acoustic performances. As I’ve worked and spent time with bands, music is always being played, even when the cameras stop rolling. I wanted to strip away all the production and film these musicians playing their songs the way they originally wrote them. Snaproll Sessions are my way of honoring the artists and friends that inspire me."

Click here for part 2

About

Snaproll Studios is a video production company, owned and operated by Bryan Buchelt, out of Chicago, IL.

Notable clients:
MxPx
The Ataris
Josh Caterer (Smoking Popes)
Every Avenue
Victor Wooten
Tumbledown
Flatfoot 56
6'10
Treaty of Paris
Urbanites

Please e-mail any inquires to bryan@snaprollstudios.com


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