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Day For Night has designed an extension to the BBVD art deco dancehall venue; the site for Big Bad Voodoo Daddy to promote their 2012 album “Rattle Them Bones.”
Day For Night designed a new extension to the Art Deco dance hall site for Big Bad Voodoo Daddy, honoring a musical mentor for this energetic, nine-piece swing band.
“Club Calloway” is home to the new electronic press kit for BBVD’s eighth full length album release of Cab Calloway covers, “How Big Can You Get? ” For the EPK, band members share some background behind the making of the new disc; which revitalizes Calloway’s musical legacy through BBVD’s signature horn section and swinging rhythms.
Visit Club Calloway at BBVD.com
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CNN News interview with BBVD
A fictitious Art Deco dance hall venue becomes the official site for the newly re-designed homepage for Big Bad Voodoo Daddy featuring latest news and live event dates, video, music clips and an online tour scrapbook from this energetic, nine-piece swing band.
Led by singer/guitarist Scotty Morris, BBVD were first introduced to the theatre-going masses with their highly popular appearance in the 1996 film Swingers. Eleven years later and still playing sold out shows, with one of the busiest international touring schedules ever, BBVD are swinging stronger than ever in 2007 while staying faithful to their roots in 1940s swing tradition.
BIO Eric Scott is a composer/producer, artist, writer, DJ and sound designer from Santa Monica, California. He brings over 25 years’ consultative experience as principal/founder of Day For Night, a digital creative studio for art, design, music and video.
Coming from a background in the advertising production industry where he established himself as a sound designer and audio engineer, Eric broke out to work independently in 1991. A boutique independent music label, Day For Night boasts original catalogue of electronic, abstract, dream pop and avant-garde-jazz-classical music releases. Solo recordings (under an absurdistly lengthy variety of pseudonyms, based more upon genre than personnel) include 3 Mains (1991), The Performing Man (1993), Paris – A Musical Overpass (1995), Found1 – A Stone (2006), The Inner Cinema (2007) and Junction – Another Train Leaving (2007).
Eric has also worked under the names Rhythm Factory, Bluebottles, Found, Mr. No-Logo, Künstfabriken, King FM and as one half of the duo Salvador Dalek, all released on auteur label Day For Night. In 2011 alone, Eric has remixed a broad variety of artists in diverse styles, from Euro-Israeli pop chanteuse Keren Ann, John Foxx, David Lynch, Martin Solveig and musique concrète composer Luc Ferrari.
In 1998, Eric established Day For Night Digital Creative Studio, mixing in his creative strengths through professional consultative services, and comprehensive design solutions. His studio activities encompass, full-time, his lifelong passion for creativity in communication and the visual arts as well as music.
Today, Day For Night provides bespoke strategic solutions, consultation and development in web properties and viral multimedia, branding and identity design, and original music production and underscore for film. His client list includes TalkAboutIt.org, Big Bad Voodoo Daddy, musician-artist Herb Alpert (as well as the Herb Alpert Foundation), Disney Online / Buena Vista Internet Group, Touchstone Television, actor-producer Michael Chiklis, sound artist Scanner (Robin Rimbaud), The Epilepsy Foundation of America, University of California Irvine, contemporary visual artist Andrew Lakey, INVIDI Technologies, Two Chefs On A Roll, the Crestone Group Baking Companies, the Swim~ label and many others.
Eric is a graduate of the University of Southern California (USC) Marshall School of Business, with a certificate from the Entrepreneur Program.
Graphic design and key art represents your brand through a single image. You’ve probably seen this before — one key visual that tells the whole story. This can be part of the starting point of your storytelling… it might be a sketch from the first glimpse of your brand, at its birth, later refined and polished just enough to tell a story.
It might also be a compelling visual, possibly a hybrid, that was created from all the ingredients that tell the story of your brand, from beginning to end.
Day For Night would LOVE to sit down to have a chat with you. Not just to get to know you (honestly, that’s really a big part of the fun) but also to help guide your company’s brand towards a successful digital presence. To us, that’s what digital strategy is — getting to hear what you believe in, what your brand is all about (or going to be about) and helping provide you with quality options to further your vision.
Some of our work and clientele in this area:
- Talk About It!
- Big Bad Voodoo Daddy (BBVD.com)
- Michael Chiklis (Extravaganza Productions)
- Two Chefs / Bakkavor
- Crestone Group Baking Company