Trapped in the Booth is a half-hour comedy based on my experiences. I shot the pilot completely independently, raising the entire production budget and the majority of the post-production budget myself, assembling a team, sourcing locations, casting, and finally, executing the shoot over eight days on-location last October in New York City. While he's stuck DJing in shitty local bars and clubs that cater to straight people, Charlie secretly dreams of becoming a superstar DJ, songwriter, and producer--a gay Mark Ronson, if you will. But up to this point, Charlie's ambitions as an artist have been confined to the safety of his bedroom.
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The two met in a karaoke bar while singing Beastie Boys' "Sabotage. In the "El Tigeraso" video, Maluca wore rollers in her hair and shooed away wannabe suitors. By the time she hit the music scene, Maluca had been largely influenced by the pop, global club music, New York house, and hip-hop of her youth, and the bachata and merengue of her Dominican heritage and childhood growing up in Manhattan's East Village. Lo," Maluca says. These influences found room to breathe in Maluca's vibrant sound from a mixtape called China Food , to singles like 's "Trigger" and 's " Mala. In the years since, she's played a number of festivals, including Lollapalooza and South by Southwest, recorded a number of collaborations with artists ranging from Robyn to Happy Colors, and on the personal front, gotten sober.
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The Dominican songstress has worked with Diplo and Robyn and got her start right here, on Myspace! When she was five years old, the songstress recalled "being caught in a shootout. Last month, she released a music video for "MALA," her latest single to showcase a sound as unique as her style—something she describes as "tropical punk, Dominican rave. Before you hear Maluca's name on every radio station, here's 10 things you should know about her. Born Natalie Ann Yemez, the Dominican artist's uncle gave her a special nickname when she was a young child: Maluca.