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The Mess We Made Famous

The Mess We Made Famous

More than ever before, popular culture today is largely driven by social media. The things we discuss amongst ourselves are the things that drive the headlines. As a result, we now create our own celebrities, elevating to fame those who most appeal to our depraved sense of curiosity and provide us with the most outlandish [...]

March 18, 2015 Brian C Scott Features 0

Culturocity Produces its First Documentary, Captures Life, Music, Ministry of Jeremy Thomas

Culturocity Produces its First Documentary, Captures Life, Music, Ministry of Jeremy Thomas

Jeremy Thomas is a musical genius. He is also an incredible human being with an uncommon humility and heart for God. When Culturocity set out at the beginning of this year to produce the first in a series of documentaries chronicling the developmental process of extraordinary artists, Jeremy Thomas was a no-brainer to be our initial subject. It [...]

August 17, 2014 Brian C Scott Features, Spotlight 0

Dream Cast Makes Glengarry Glen Ross a Win for OKC Theatre Company

Dream Cast Makes Glengarry Glen Ross a Win for OKC Theatre Company

“Always Be Closing” is the famous mantra that immediately comes to mind when one thinks of David Mamet’s Glengarry Glen Ross, the Pulitzer Prize-winning stage play that was successfully adapted to the screen for the 1992 cult hit featuring an all-star cast. Yet closing is something theatregoers will wish wouldn’t happen anytime soon for the run of OKC [...]

August 15, 2014 Brian C Scott Reviews 0

The 48 Hour Film Project: A Baptism by Fire for Local Filmmakers

The 48 Hour Film Project: A Baptism by Fire for Local Filmmakers

Anyone who has ever been involved in the filmmaking process knows that at times it can be long, arduous, and fraught with waiting and mundane activity. Some films can seemingly take an eternity to complete. Then there’s the 48 Hour Film Project. The 48 Hour Film Project is a unique competition among filmmakers. Every year, individual teams of local filmmakers converge upon a specified location for [...]

August 8, 2014 Brian C Scott Features, Spotlight 0

Mark de Clive-Lowe’s Church is a Spiritual Journey

Mark de Clive-Lowe’s Church is a Spiritual Journey

With his most recent release, Church, Mark de Clive-Lowe (@MdCL) raises the consciousness of his listeners to a higher plane. In the process, he is certain to have made quite a few new converts and reinforced his musical supremacy to the already indoctrinated. On the album’s opening track, The Mission, de Clive-Lowe lulls our ears into a hypnotic trance with an upbeat [...]

July 24, 2014 Brian C Scott Album Reviews, Reviews 0

Adam & Kizzie Sign With Ropeadope Records!

Adam & Kizzie Sign With Ropeadope Records!

I have a major rule when it comes to writing: Never use exclamation points. It is up to the reader to decide what to be excited about. Exclamation points to me are usually nothing more than cheesy attempts to manufacture excitement. When contributing writers submit articles to Culturocity, I edit out the exclamation points before I publish [...]

May 15, 2014 Brian C Scott Spotlight 0

“Mr. Unreliable” Apology Too Little, Hopefully Not Too Late

“Mr. Unreliable” Apology Too Little, Hopefully Not Too Late

In a week in which Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling was infamously banned for life from the NBA for his recorded racist remarks, one would think it would be difficult to generate a controversial headline that would rival the fiasco in L.A. Well, leave it up to the good people at the Daily Oklahoman – the folks who literally make [...]

May 2, 2014 Brian C Scott Reviews 2

“Restaurant: Impossible” Episode Was Not a Reflection of the Urban Roots I Know

“Restaurant: Impossible” Episode Was Not a Reflection of the Urban Roots I Know

I get it. It’s reality TV. It’s designed to overdramatize, sensationalize, scandalize and tell other kinds of lies. It’s just saddening and maddening when it happens at the expense of someone you know and love. Such was the case for me while watching the Restaurant: Impossible episode last night featuring my beloved Urban Roots. Let’s start with the [...]

April 10, 2014 Brian C Scott Reviews 12

Sean C. Johnson Surrenders All, Defies the Status Quo

Sean C. Johnson Surrenders All, Defies the Status Quo

Christian Hip Hop is considered an oxymoron by many. The genre has come under fire from the church and the world alike as a half-hearted attempt to create a hybrid of the holy and the profane, the sacred and the secular. Indeed there are multitudes of artists who have made names for themselves in the Christian Hip [...]

March 24, 2014 Brian C Scott Album Reviews, Reviews 0

J Lee The Producer’s Challenge Provides Artists a Rare Opportunity to Shine

J Lee The Producer’s Challenge Provides Artists a Rare Opportunity to Shine

J.Lee The Producer is no stranger to challenge. From being a High School All-American in football, to conquering the gridiron at the University of Oklahoma, to a four-year pro career with the San Diego Chargers and Oakland Raiders in the NFL, to producing over 80 albums and over 400 records for R&B, Hip-Hop, Neo Soul and [...]

March 17, 2014 Brian C Scott Features 0