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  1. Sak Chaser Entertainment Los Santos, San Andreas “WE’VE SEEN HOW OTHERS DO IT, NEVER WAS IMPRESSED. WE’RE BUILT DIFFERENTLY. WE SHINE DIFFERENT. IT’S A WAY OF LIFE.“ SakChaser Entertainment is an independent record label, which is backed by a wide range of investors. It is based in Los Santos, San Andreas. The company specializing predominantly on hip hop & R&B. We identify and develop top of the line recording artists, and we distribute and build the most critically acclaimed successful portfolios to delight and entertain fans around the world. Founded by the rapper Payroll P in 2022, we strive for greatness and to motivate the world. It's our priority that we operate and establish an array of services, establishing and seeking, music artist, producers, song writers and more. Providing distribution deals, recording contract deals, management, and opportunities to flourish their career further. © Copyright SakChaser Entertainment 2022
  2. HOME ABOUT US Club Vinewood is one of the oldest nightclubs in Los Santos with long experience in business which was operating under a different name in the past. After a time of downtime and a change in the top management team, both, Club Vinewood and the city of Los Santos have experienced an unforgettable night when the club had its GRAND OPENING, attended by numerous celebrities and members of the senate. Today, Club Vinewood regularly opens its doors every Sunday of the week at 9 pm, and presents a rebranded concept. The club is situated on Spanish Avenue, Hawick and welcomes its guests with a prestigious ambience. Our venue is well-known with locals and can by far be called the busiest club in the town. With a capacity of multiple hundreds to thousand of people, Club Vinewood is equipped with a state of the art sound system and lighting, and a spacious dance floor along with lounge areas on the ground floor as well as VIP and a special guests area on the second floor . We are blessed with a top spot in the middle of Los Santos' Entertainment District. While the club can be ranked top-tier amongst the cities clubs, it is definitely not like any other. What really makes us stand is our live entertainment venue where beer commercials, deejays and choreographies come out alive. Nothing goes without a team. That is why we work closely with our team and treat our staff to the highest standards. We pay our employees, partners and artists above the average to ensure they get beyond of what they deserve. On top, we work with local security firms and take security measures to deliver a top-notch event. Our professional and award-winning bartenders are always happy to serve you. To truly enjoy your night we offer VIP tables with VIP entrance. Ask for more information by messaging us on [email protected]! We are looking forward to you. EVENTS ALL OUR EVENTS CAN BE FOUND ON OUR SOCIAL MEDIA — CLICK ME! MERCH COMING SOON... GALLERY of EVENTS GALLERY #1 - September 28, 2021 GALLERY #2 - January 1, 2022 - CHRISTMAS & NEW YEAR Photos: Logan Romano (@goddessoflife) VIP SERVICE Welcome to the VIP experience of Club Vinewood! Whether You want to dance the night away, engage in conversation with friends or celebrate a special occasion, there is a table that suits everyone. All VIP table packages include: – Entry without an queue. – Escort from entrance to your table(absolutely no hassle pushing yourself through crowd). – Private table on the balcony of the main room — View over the club dance floor. – Exclusive service throughout the evening, including smoking area and restroom. – A bottle of spirits with mixers to share that you can pick out from our menu. The VIP area on the balcony of the main room offers a view of the entire dance floor. This means excellent view to the main room dance floor and DJ booth, so you get a bird’s eye view of all the action and won’t miss a single beat of your favourite DJ set. RESERVATION COMING SOON... — FACEBROWSER — [email protected][email protected][email protected] © Club Vinewood
  3. ABOUT US After Dark Entertainment Inc. (ADE) is a newly founded entertainment company by Jayden Shakur, Giana Mikaylova and Oscar Shuttleworth in 2022, the company focuses on providing events, distribution of bartenders, DJs, and even security as well as high-quality music cover for venues all around the city. ADE is a Los Santos-based venue management company. In order to assist nightclub owners in running profitable clubs, we created our business in 2022. Initially, we just operate clubs and lounges, but after experiencing tremendous success with the owners, we decided to extend our services to include other kinds of venues as well. It is currently reasonable to claim that ADE is the most dependable choice among owners and investors for nightlife in Los Santos. Find us on face browser for the newest events and promotions: https://face.gta.world/pages/afterdark OUR SERVICES Finding dependable individuals to look after your consumers is the largest problem you will face when launching your new business. ADE has the most knowledgeable and dependable personnel in the area standing by your side. Choose ADE to provide your venue with the following: Bartenders & Baristas Disc Jockeys Live entertainers and performers Social Media manager Security personnel, and other talents inside of the music industry. We comprehend. You recently purchased a new business venue, spent tens of thousands of dollars furnishing it and spent almost a million dollars decorating it. Now you want to sit back and watch your money grow like nuts. We can give you the greatest management in the area so you can become as wealthy as you desire. ADE will handle every part of running your business from advertising to addressing openings and caring for your team. From this point forward, your only job will be to relax, sip your beverage, and watch the sunrise while earning money. Guaranteed. Choose ADE to provide your venue with the following: Business openings and events planning Poster making Personnel hiring Social Media managing BUSINESSES WE SUPPORT Del Perro Cool Beans Visit us at our exquisitely decorated Del Perro(Vespucci) location! Here, you can count on a friendly atmosphere, as well as excellent coffee, tea, smoothies, and cakes. You have a job to do? Bring it here so you may relax in a calm area with some soft jazz or swing a cup of steaming coffee. - Every member of our staff is friendly and generally accepting. - Well-behaved pets are welcome on the property. Visit Del Perro Cool Beans on facebrowser: https://face.gta.world/pages/DelPerroCoolBeans Bahama Mamas Bahama Mamas is a nightclub that is open primarily on week days and normally ends late at night. Its interior is recognized for its exclusivity and beauty. We're one of the oldest nightclubs in the entire State of San Andreas, and we're located in Del Perro, Los Santos. Keep a watch out for our theme nights, and don't forget to inquire about our private parties, wedding, and birthday services! Visit Bahama Mamas on facebrowser: https://face.gta.world/pages/Bahama
  4. AudioPhreak Festival: April 28th to April 30th Written by Kate Park, April 23 2023 Published by Scarlett Remington, April 24 2023 CLICK HERE TO BUY YOUR TICKETS NOW! On the horizon for Los Santos once again is the summertime festival season. Kicking off the season is AudioPhreak Festival. Hosted by the Adagio Entertainment Team the festival is set to take place this weekend spanning from Friday the 28th to the 30th of April 2023 in Alamo, Northern Los Santos. This festival promises to satisfy the music lovers with a varied line-up across the three day event. (Pictured above: AudioPhreak - Main Stage) As a first-time festival it appears that organizers have pulled in some of the biggest names across the City. Both Carl Medina and DOUX two of Los Santos' biggest DJs will likely be putting on unforgettable performances. Beyond that the festival has selected a number of acts, including up and coming artists including the likes of: Bojka Dead in Cassidy Creek Mutant Sam Park Kunoichi Nght Fvr (Pictured above: DJs DOUX (left) and Carl Medina (Right) Beyond having a Class A musicians performing over the full-course of the weekend. AudioPhreak have designed a drag-strip on the festival site for car and racing enthusiasts to compete creating a unique spectacle. During the day festival goers will have the chance to win a grand prize of $100,000 through competing in their unique event. Lucky early-birds will already be aware of the festival having on-site camping which is currently fully-booked. Despite that guests will have full access to facilities during the day including food and drink, on-site restroom facilities, a fully-stocked bar full of your favorite liqueurs and beers. WeTakePhotos will have it's own tent allowing you to capture your experience amongst friends, and family. (Pictured above: AudioPhreak Campsite.) Speaking with festival organizer Hatsuna her image was to go bigger, and better than before treating the residents to something special, kicking those summer vibes off early. She states that the festival is intended for everyone no matter your social status, your taste in music, or personality it's designed so that everyone get's to take something special away from the event. Being based in Alamo allows residents from all over the state to attend the festival. It's that sense of community that it fosters, three-days will feel longer. That sense of camaraderie and connection will help in making friends, and creating lasting memories as festivals are renowned for doing. Tickets for AudioPhreak are selling fast. Be sure to grab yours before they become difficult to come by, that's for you die-hard music fans, or just someone looking for something different. It's a unique opportunity to get away from the big city. Both day and weekend passes as well as Drag Race Entries are still available to purchase via the website. They can be found at: gtaw.link/audiophreak Los Santos Insider will be there throughout the weekend. Don't hesitate to come and say hi to us, and let us know what you think about the festival.
  5. SCOOBY TRAUMA SNACKS | Roommates 1x02 Welcome to Roommates, a podcast about two friends who are totally deranged. Follow us on Facebrowser: @Faith and @Paulina [The Roommates' intro starts playing] [The two women talk through a video call, each in different rooms. They appear to be talking from their laptops.] [Faith talks with a monotone voice throughout the podcast.] [Paulina talks with a mix of an American English accent and a Spanish accent.] Paulina says: “Hello everyone~ Welcome back to Roommates!” Faith says: “And they were roommates!” Paulina says: “First of all… We want to thank everyone that watched or listened to our first episode! We weren’t expecting so many listeners on our first edition. The response has been so amazing and it motivates us to keep going with this!” Faith says: “Seriously, I want to thank everyone that has supported our podcast. The attention that it received has blown us away.” [Faith blinks, enabling Paulina to assert herself into the conversation.] Paulina says: “It was our first time doing something like this. We’ve received some comments about it being too chaotic… I honestly love that— But, I know it can be too much for some people. We’ll try making our best effort to talk about the topic but we’re two bitches with ADHD, we’ll try.” Faith says: “It’s the autism for me — not ADHD. We’re twice as much trouble together, that’s no doubt. In other news, during today’s podcast, we will be discussing a more sensitive topic — something that has personal meanin’ between the both of us.” Paulina says: “It kinda has a cold feel to it… Just like winter—” Faith says: “Speakin’ of which, I might have modeled for a Winter Collection. Have you ‘aerd of Freuler?”. Paulina says: “What is a Freuler, Faith? Tell me.” [Paulina side eyes Faith as she teases her. She fixes her hair behind her ear.] Faith says: “Paulina—I am so glad that you asked, girl! Because today’s sponsor is Freuler.” Faith says: “Freuler is a Swiss manufacturer and retailer of luxury watches, jewelry, and accessories. Widely regarded as one of the most prestigious jewelry manufacturers in the world—there’s no doubt that Freuler has stamped its mark within Los Santos’ fashion industry.” Paulina says: “I bet he stamped his mark in Los Santos and some other things too—” [Faith’s perception rolls as a reactionary force to Paulina’s allegation.] Faith says: “We've got ourselves a comedian over ‘ere. Why don’t you tell the audience more about today’s sponsor?” [Paulina talks mimicking advertisement-like tone of voice.] Paulina says: “Freuler is preparing their new Winter Collection. Featuring a wide variety of watches, and manufactured accessories. Make sure to check their online store at freuler.live as well as their Facebrowser to keep up with new product releases!” Faith says: “Yet another reminder, Freuler’s Winter Collection is coming soon to their store. We better see you at the next openin’, dears.” Paulina says: “After all this selling out, let’s move onto the topic of today’s episode. I think this is something most people will find interesting and relatable.” Faith says: “We’re goin’ to be discussin’ intergenerational trauma—and more importantly, intergenerational trauma as POC women.” Paulina says: “In other words, toxic parents… I think us two have had our fair share of experiences. I remember staying up until late and just being like… Oh my god! Same! whenever we were talking about this.” Faith says: “In the simplest words, intergenerational trauma is a concept developed to help explain the years of generational challenges within families. Paulina and I, in particular—we have dealt with our fair share of toxicity with our parents. More than enough to dedicate an entire podcast episode about it, even.” [Faith issues a singular depressing laugh into the podcasts’ microphone. Paulina laughs alongside Faith, being her usual optimist.] Paulina says: “We should take the 16 personalities test live. That would spark so much conversation about so many themes… But that’s an idea for another time! Going back to our topic, I do have a good relationship with my parents right now. But, I was a terrible teenager. I couldn’t care less about school and I brought around some terrible boys. I think I was that way just to make my parents mad because I felt I had to “stand my ground”... Whatever that means.” [Paulina does quotation marks with her fingers. She sighs.] Paulina says: “It was kind of a you treat me wrong, I treat you worse… You end up being caught in this terrible dynamic. Specially with my mom… My parents moved from Veracruz to San Diego to give my brother and I better opportunities in life and it was just a few years ago, when I graduated, that I was able to appreciate it. My brother and I were the only ones that spoke English so we had to help them sign documents and other stuff like at the doctor’s office. We felt like we were responsible for them, instead of the other way around… I guess that’s why I behaved like that when I was in my fourteens to sixteens.” Faith says: “It is an endless cycle—I had an opposite experience. You had to “stand your ground,” whereas I tried to perform an act as a perfect daughter. For context, I have not had contact with my biological mother, nor father since childhood. I was fortunate enough to be raised by my aunt. When you are rescued from an abuse household—anyone that has been in that situation recognizes that you would do anythin’ to appease your rescuers.” [Faith expresses a compassionate and understanding expression to the audience, conversing her parental struggles with Paulina.] Faith says: “Whether it be workin’ a part-time job, constantly babysittin’, parentification—I am grateful for the opportunities that my aunt blessed me with. I think that I will always view her as my mother, even. There has always been a part of me that has wanted a conventional, traditional family for these reasons—to amend these generational wounds that I experienced as an innocent child.” Paulina says: “That makes a lot of sense. I think when we grow up in households like this we are always wishing for something different. We had to grow through insecurity, instability, scarcity, constantly worrying about money… And often in these households, because of these issues, we are invalidated as people since we are the ones that have to provide in the future. You get what I mean?” Faith says: “Of course—I understand where you’re comin’ from entirely. Due to these upbringings that are unstable, I think it’s commonplace that children of emotionally unavailable parents develop substance abuse issues. It’s almost natural for a co-dependency to innately develop in their adulthood relationships—it’s unfortunate but without these nurturin’ resources, children are unable to build these necessary skill sets without parental guidance.” [Paulina nods and reassures Faith as she talks.] Paulina says: “This topic really frustrates me because you know it’s their traumas that are being imposed onto you. This came from their own parents and the way they were treated as children. In my household, mental health was never a topic that was taken seriously until my brother and I grew up. Not just in my household, but overall many latino households. There’s so much stigma with mental health and the older generations… I feel it’s because they don’t want to open any wounds they already healed— Badly, but healed.” Faith says: “And I am askin’ because I am curious—if you were given the opportunity to discuss mental health, do you think that it would’ve tied your family closer together? Do you believe that this instability would lessen, in your eyes?” [Paulina takes a few seconds for herself to reflect.] Paulina says: “Any time we tried to mention anything related to mental health, our parents would distance themselves. As if they suddenly didn’t understand what we were saying. Was it the same with your aunt?” Faith says: “When I was in preschool, I was still livin’ in Davis with my biological parents. They were reluctant in believin’ my teacher’s concerns related to my inability to play with the other children, and the fact that I would be unwilling to talk whatsoever. I was unable to have a voice with them, I think that sayin’ that they disregarded the importance of mental health would be an understatement.” [Faith’s perception averts downwards, with her entailing sentiment that indicates to the woman’s sorrows regarding the topic.] Faith says: “In many ways, I was figuratively and literally voiceless. It was not until I was rescued by my aunt that I acquired an autism diagnosis, and I could properly begin to transition into a sense of normalcy. It is not until someone— anyone in your family breaks those intergenerational trauma patterns that you as a child can begin healin’ alongside your family members.” Paulina says: “That’s something I’m very glad for. Our generation is more open to talk about these issues without sweeping them under the rug. And as time goes on, older people become aware of the importance of mental health and are willing to search for help without feeling judged by their peers. Here in the US, it’s even becoming the norm… to visit the psychologist. But on the other side of the Americas, it’s a completely different thing.” [Paulina remarks her last words with her voice.] Faith says: “Every person that we meet is either repeating a cycle of generational trauma—or carryin' the burden of breakin' cycles. It is unfortunate that in older generations, those that suffer from mental health-related issues are perceived as those that are the ‘black sheeps,’ in the household. Nowadays, it has started becomin’ the norm to seek psychiatric methods but within certain cultures and societies, it feels as if psychiatric treatments are viewed as a forbidden fruit—an objective myth of sorts.” Paulina says: “There’s another topic related to generational trauma that just— ANGERS me. The Machismo… Sexism. It’s the stereotypical situation where the men are outside, drinking beer or whatever and women are in the house taking care of it. Every time my parents invited people over, my mom and I would be the ones cleaning the house, setting the table, cleaning the dishes, asking guests if they wanted something to drink. While my brother and my dad would just be there enjoying themselves. I always asked myself why they didn’t help us with these tasks and whenever I was vocal about it my mom would just shush me and say that it’s the way it is.“ Faith says: “Machismo has inevitably affected the way that women are portrayed in society and has negatively impacted our access to healthcare—I wholeheartedly relate to your experience. Whereas my male cousins were allowed to act as regular children, I was expected to babysit, clean, cook—act as a mother figure to my older cousins, even. When you’re a woman, I think that you are perceived as an entity that develops quicker than the men in your household.” [Faith’s empathization radiates volumes during her verbalization, accompanied by her gesturing excessive hands in their wafting motions.] Faith says: “I, for example, prefer traditional feminine roles. I do not mind partakin’ in these tasks and bein’ the sole caregiver. The issue for me is that this responsibility is placed upon us, and we are not credited or thanked for our efforts. It is expected for us to act as a servant. We’re meant to be quiet, and not bashful about our efforts. That is, at least, how some household dynamics function.” Paulina says: “Not gonna lie, I thought you were going to say something very wrong at the start. But, I agree with you. I feel like people are born to be caretakers and some people like to be providers. I have had this issue with some of my relationships. They expected me to behave in some type of way, but I’m nothing close to that. I feel like I got that part of my generational trauma more than tamed.” [Paulina looks to the side and sighs. Her tone is serious.] Paulina says: “I still worry a lot over my future and providing for my family, though. I sometimes feel like I failed my parents because I didn’t go to uni. They moved miles away from our homeland for us to have a good education… In the US, what an irony. I am not working in an office making thousands, and I don’t see myself near one in the future.” Faith says: “There’s a guilt there, right? There’s that guilt when you have to witness your parents make these sacrifices and then you’re unable to live up to their standards. These standards, though—for some, they are unattainable. The fact that you’re providin’ for them right now says more than enough about you as a person, Paulina. You’ve always been able to put others first, too. Although intergenerational trauma causes these wounds to inflict, we would not be the people that we are today without these cultural ties.” [A sudden silence sets for a few seconds.] Paulina says: “Girl, you’re gonna get me teary eyed and all!” [The women laugh to alleviate tensions.] Faith says: “We ain’t cryin’ today, girl—we did our makeup for this!” Paulina says: “You’re right— Hot girls don’t cry. So, anyway, we got mail! Thank you so much to two anonymous listeners who left messages in our mailbox. If you want to leave us a message, you can send us a text at 160-606-24 or contact us through the Roommates Mailbox, link is in the description.” Faith says: “First up, we have our first mail inquiry. It says—” [Momentarily, Faith’s facial demeanor shifts into an evident expression relating to cringe. She’d mouth “What is this a reference to?” Paulina shrugs and shakes her head.] Faith says: “Ew—it’s someone flirtin’ with us! Anyways, they’re askin’ us—’Hello, I wanted to try a pickup line on your guys? Are you an ace bandage? Because I jus’ sprained my ass.’ Whatever that means!” Faith says: “Firstly—’your guys’. Secondly, I don’t get it, Paulina? What’s your thoughts on this? Who is that?” Paulina says: “I was expecting you to understand it. You’re the brains here!” Faith says: “Where is this from? 2012? But girl, don’t look at me—I am more lost than you are!” [The women laugh together. Paulina, still confused, resumes. In the meantime, Faith chortles due to Paulina’s bewilderment.] Paulina says: “We also have one voicemail… Let’s play it~” [Anonymous’ voice is devoid of emotion & monotone as they ask the question, it’d be; “Here comes the age old question. Would you rather talk like Yoda, or breathe like Darth Vader for the rest of your life?”] [Paulina laughs out of despair, still visibly confused. In opposition to Paulina’s reaction, Faith contingently emits an excessive chortle. Silence fills up the women’s rooms as they think about their answer wisely.] Faith says: “Easy answer for me—Already speak like Yoda, I do.” [Faith’s laughter beacons as her corny one-liner announces itself to the audience.] Paulina says: “Oh my god, I hate you.” Faith says: “Besides, it’s jus’ a trait that’ll either make you seem extremely wise or deluded dependin’ on the person that you’re speakin’ with!” Paulina says: “I can’t choose, both options are annoying as fuck—” Faith says: “Guess you can relate to the options—Jus’ kiddin’!” [Both women laugh.] Paulina says: “I might have to go with breathing like Vader. I can’t see myself speaking like Yoda at all— I might aswell sound as if I inhaled 50 packs of cigs every night.” [Faith issues a supportive laugh in response to Paulina’s jester. Afterwards, her words murmur a finalizing statement for the podcast.] Faith says: “As for our audience, I have a question for y’all. What are your experiences with intergenerational trauma? And what advice would you give to someone that is in the same boat as your own?” Paulina says: “If you’ve got suggestions about what we should talk about next, make sure to leave us a message through the mailbox! Thank you so much for listening to our beautiful voices if you’re hearing this~ and seeing our beautiful faces if you’re watching this. We’ll invite you again to our home soon! Until next time, dears~ Faith says: “Until next time, dears! You best come back to us, otherwise, the intergenerational trauma monster will come for you durin’ the night!” [The women set foot outside of their house after hibernation. The duo advertise the podcast by wearing Velma and Daphne outfits, promoting the show to local whiteknights, and geeks alike. This begs the question; ‘Where the Scooby Snacks at?’] (( @Sammy @Ale ))
  6. The association was founded in 2021 by Michael Peretti an experienced race director that arrived in San Andreas in early 2021 to host the first-ever regional stock car championship, the SASCAR. With the interest growing in motorsports and the increase in the professionalism of the events, with the help of many private and public entities this association was formed to make sure the events are held up to international standards and to create a proper scenario for our local drivers, engineers, and investors. Through time, many events were held by the SAMRA, the most known ones being the San Andreas Stock Car Auto Racing Regional Championship, the Pfister Super Cup, Los Santos Off-Road Association Championship, and many others. The San Andreas Stock Car Auto Racing sponsored by Aurum Energy was the first-ever high-level competition in San Andreas, crowning the regional champion at the end of 2021. The association is backed by the entertainment company AutoNation Group, created by Michael Peretti to manage all the racing leagues that are currently active. Currently, there are 2 active championships in the association: San Andreas Dinka Super Cup and San Andreas Racing Series. Previously we have had leagues such as: The San Andreas Kanjo Cup (SAKC), San Andreas Touring Car Championship, San Andreas SportsCar Championship, and the San Andreas Pfister Super Cup. These events form the ladder to become the all-time champion in San Andreas, with the current highest-ranked League being the San Andreas Dinka Super Cup. TBA This new faction was created to showcase the roleplay of our teams, staff, and members to the community. The main goal is to demonstrate that it is possible to present high roleplay within motorsport events and introduce high standards in order to make sure that all of our events and leagues are as realistic as possible. Being a member of this community requires respect for the server rules and extensive research on motorsport roleplay and how to portray it in Los Santos. The pictures posted here are not necessarily in chronological order but will show the development, struggles, and success of our drivers within the leagues we manage and take part in, along with other events we may host or otherwise take part in. Only members of the San Andreas Motorsports group are allowed to post screenshots. If you want to be part of the events, all recruitment, and registration of teams and staff are done in character without any exceptions. Forum PM or Disord PM me if you have any questions. Forums: @AgentQ Discord: •Queen•#0200 JOIN OUR DISCORD
  7. FACEBROWSER FRENZY | Roommates 1x01 Welcome to Roommates, a podcast about two friends who are totally deranged. Follow us on Facebrowser: @Faith and @Paulina [The Roommates' intro starts playing] [The two women talk through a video call, each in different rooms. They appear to be talking from their laptops.] [Faith talks with a monotone voice throughout the podcast.] [Paulina talks with a mix of an American English accent and a Spanish accent.] Faith says: “Okay— God, it’s so depressin’ outside— Good morning!” Paulina says: “Who are we?” [Paulina asks with a sultry voice.] Faith says: “We’re roommates!” Paulina says: “No, as in… Who are you?” Faith says: “Oh, I’m the rodent inspector, Faith LaBelle.” [Faith laughs.] Paulina says: “And I’m the three times chancla throwing champion, Paulina Martínez” Both say: “And we’re roommates!” Faith says: “Oh my God, they were roommates!” [Both laugh.] Paulina says: “And what are we doing here?” Faith says: “We’re trying to survive through these internet connection difficulties— And, we’re also here to introduce our podcast!” Paulina says: “Not gonna lie, I’m just here to see if we actually make money from this. We’re in our sellout era.” Faith says: “Yes— our sellout era. Followed by our Doctor Kim era.” Paulina says: “We wanna pay for some triple D’s and a BBL with this podcast. Make sure to support us to make it happen. Doctor Kim, call us.” Faith says: “Girl, you’re playin’ too much! But if you do want to reach out to Paulina, Doctor Kim— She’s always available through ‘Browser.” Paulina says: “Speaking of sellouts, Faith knows lots about the topic. Especially since this episode’s sponsor is Diversify!” Faith says: “Diversify, Paulina? What’s a Diversify?” Paulina says: “Diversify is an independent Los Santos-based alternative fashion, culture and arts magazine. Empowering the alternative, opinionated and otherly people living in Los Santos.” Faith says: “Now that you mention it, I recall seein’ their recent volume release through ‘Browser— And, they’re also openin’ their headquarters in Rockford, too.” Paulina says: “Make sure to check out Diversify’s latest release and like their page on Facebrowser to keep up with all things Diversify!” Paulina says: “Following with today's episode, we are diving into the wonderful world of Toxicity. Who hasn’t been toxic at least once in their life?” Faith says: “And we’re includin’ the themes of the social media networkin’ site known as ‘Browser, and the modellin’ industry as core themes rooted in toxicity.” Paulina says: “Social media networking site is a big title for a place like Facebrowser.” [Paulina laughs.] Faith says: “Yeah, ‘Browser crashes more than Count Von Count counts.” [Faith laughs.] Paulina sings: “The one-one-one-one one one cunt.” Faith says: “Not you referencin’ Azealia Banks on the podcast. Are you wanting for us to have an immediate cancellation?” [Faith blinks.] Paulina says: “By the way, which was album of the year for you?” Faith says: “Hannah Montana 3, the live action soundtrack. You’re really gettin’ flavor and spice, the best of both worlds, as some would say.” [Faith states sarcastically.] Paulina sings: “I CAN BUY MYSELF FLOWERRRRS—” Faith says: “Okay, Bruno Mars! Sing it out loud, girl—” Paulina sings: “WRITE MY NAME IN THE SAAAAAND—” Faith says: “Now send us away to our next topic!” Paulina says: “Yes, so... Recently I feel like everyone has noticed a drop in Facebrowser… It isn’t the same as it was, let’s say, a year ago.” Faith says: “Mhm— I mus’ agree. In recent days, ‘Browser as a platform has transformed into an even more so hostile environment. It has almost transformed into a breedin’ ground for hatred.” Paulina says: “We need the confession pages back. Where did those go! How am I supposed to flirt with my crushes if I can’t no longer make people cringe through a weird ass confession page?” Faith says: “Trus’ me, Paulina. Those confessional pages are such a relic of the past but in a sense—they brought positivity into the platform itself, somethin’ that we are missin’ in its current state. We want authentic positivity, even if cringe. Not some fabricated, toxic positivity.” Paulina says: “Facebrowser is such a sensible place for everyone. It toys with our self-image, our feelings of satisfaction, our perspective of people… How can the number of likes in a picture make us feel as if we’re less loved, less valuable than others or even make us feel lonely?” Faith says: “Truthfully, I mus’ admit that it has toyed with my self-image in the past, too. With a particular background, thoughts may blossom— Paranoid thoughts. You see these negative statuses and you begin to wonder if it is associated to you, whether you’re comin’ across a particular way, whether you’re unworthy.” [Faith pauses.] Faith says: “When I first started postin’ on ‘Browser, I recall seein’ the lack of likes I would receive, and I felt pressured to present myself in a particular way. I felt peer pressured to follow the curve, and to show more skin, too. As embarrassin’ as that is to admit, it is my authentic reality.” Paulina says: “Oh, yes. It kinda feels like you gotta show half a titty to get the attention at times. There’s like this… standard, model, way to get attention, that’s expected… I think that is the most damaging. I, myself, like to show a little skin, be a little cheeky… But, you on the other part, I feel like you’re more reserved, and you can feel pressured to show a little bit of tit. But, as I've always told you, you shouldn't be pressured to do it if you don't want to.” Faith says: “In person, I am more reserved. I can come across as ignorant or dismissive to others—Which I mus’ admit, I am not the best with first impressions, especially as someone on the spectrum, in general.” Paulina says: “BY THE WAY, we’re not saying it is BAD to show skin on Facebrowser. You do you, kings and queens. If you’re comfortable with it, you go. We’re mainly targeting the feelings of pressure these social media put on ourselves and the way we present." Faith says: “With these Browser’ images, I felt as if I had to play into the male lens to receive attention. Of course, we all have certain ways that we prefer to present ourselves. There is nothin’ wrong with showin’ a little bit of skin, I meant more so the pressure that we feel as women to follow the curve to appease the masses. Los Santos has exceptional beauty standards. Some that are simply unrealistic to uphold.” Paulina says: “Men are pressured too. Ironically, I feel they’re pressured by other men to put this “sucessful, got a lot of bitches and smoke cigars” type of image. Reminds me a lot of that incel, Andrew Tate." Faith says: “Yeah… We’ve all noticed the generic masculine stereotype across the platform. But listen, I will even be the first to admit that I prefer a dominant man. But that said, I am not the type of woman that is drawn to toxic masculinity, nor am I attracted to someone that finds callin’ women slurs to be masculinatin’...” Paulina says: “I also love dominant men, but I feel like there’s a big difference between being a dominant man and toxic masculinity. Between being dominant partner, that sets the rhythm, and being toxic.” Faith says: “That’s a clear differentiation between the natural presentation of masculinity and femininity, and then there’s the associated toxicity that some present—I have a question for you, though.” [Faith pauses.] Faith says: “Ms. Paulina, What type of toxicity have you noticed on ‘Browser, in particular? What would you change about the site? Other than the lag issues, clearly.” [Paulina pauses.] Paulina says: “I feel like there’s been more homophobic and transphobic comments lately. I have seen a lot more people from the LGBT community joining the site, so I’m guessing all the 'phobic rats are emerging from the sewers and talking trash. It reminds me a lot of when slutty pics started to be posted in Facebrowser, a lot of people started shaming women who posted those. Now it’s kind of the norm as we said, so I have hope those transphobes go away at some point.” Faith says: “Although we arose a conversational point earlier about dressin’ a specific way to fit into the curve, slutshamin’ and bein’ transphobic, and hateful is jus’ besides the point. Whenever a community has been built through ‘Browser, there’s almost a constant misdirected hatred, wherein they’re tryin’ to drag these people down to their level—I often to wonder if these people are aware that they’re bein’ hypocrites.” Paulina says: “There are some communities that can’t shake the haters off!” Faith says: “Sing it, Taylor Swift!” [Faith intentionally coughs.] Paulina says: “You are more experienced than me but— Being a model heavily relies of Facebrowser. I feel like that community, that industry, has developed into a wild jungle divided into closed groups.” Faith says: “It is easier to judge someone for bein’ apart of these particular groups from an outsider perspective. A particular agency might have its benefits—the cons may outweigh its benefits for the next person. The modellin’ industry attracts a peculiar type of person— to the point where the lackluster ethics in the industry is behind the reason that I was a freelance model for a year… You are right about the various divided groups, though. What is even more strange is that to my knowledge— they’re unwillin’ to work with each other for obvious reasons. In different areas around the world… You have these agencies, brands, and managers workin’ alongside each other to benefit the client and the overall image of the fashion industry.” [Faith nervously laughs.] Faith says: “But in Los Santos’ modellin’ industry, it is an entirely different scale, and story.” Paulina says: “I feel like in Los Santos, the modelling agencies… Modelling industry… Call it whatever— Are very focused on themselves? There’s no clear stablished work flow between businesses. Some play monopoly, and others like to develop their services in house. But, it doesn’t give businesses that the modelling industry would provide services for any clarity." [Paulina pauses.] Paulina says: "For example, agencies should be closing deals with clothing stores or brands to put their models in their product shoots. But, from what you’ve told me whenever we’ve talked about this, this is not the case at all.” Faith says: “In my experience, I have technically performed activities that are required by managers, and agencies. You might’ve noticed my latest campaigns, Freuler, Anna Rex—the others, too. Those campaigns were booked through me, as a single person. Outside of the experience that I have gained as a model, I am unsure if these models still remain underneath the industry’s monopoly illusion. Perhaps they cannot acquire campaigns themselves independently due to the expectation of the agency doin’ that for them. Basically, as a model in Los Santos… You have to learn skillsets beyond what people perceive as a model’s regular duties in the industry to even be slightly recognized.” [Faith momentarily exhales.] Faith says: “I mean, there’ll be occasions where a particular brand reaches out to your agency, and then a few models are chosen to represent the brand… But if you’re one of the models that are constantly looked over despite your potential, there’s an obvious discomfort and disconnect from your agency that develops. You begin to question yourself as a model, and even sometimes, as a person.” Paulina says: “Well, in that case I think the options are clear. You can either stay with the agency praying you get a call for a job, or you can leave for another agency or self-manage. There’s like… two modelling agencies in Los Santos. Actually, I don’t even think these businesses hiring so many models and keeping them in their rooster for their own works know that they’re just gatekeeping the industry. That’s from my point of view. You’re just collecting models… paying them a monthly salary but you’re not positioning them anywhere apart from your own products." [Paulina makes a stop.] Paulina says: “I might sound as if I’m biased and hyping my bestie up, but I think you’re the most known model in the business right now. Like, you’ve participated in so many projects in the last year in comparison to others.” Faith says: “There’s two modellin’ agencies in Los Santos and with modellin’ agencies, there are bound to be negatives, and positives.” [An abrupt halt occurs in Faith’s speech.] Faith says: “Actually, I have never publicly announced my reasonin’ for signin’ to Prestige again as a model but it is to do with reclaimin’ my time, and my efforts related to the brand. Although Prestige has its current reputation—I have never been the type of person that is interested in monetary gain. For me, self-expression is important, and although Prestige’s contracts have been known to be restrictive… The decision was simple for me as it enabled self-expression to occur. It allows for further creative opportunities to blossom, simply put. That said, I’ll say that there has been a push towards ethical conduct adherence since last year, to the point where I am beginnin’ to have faith in the modellin’ industry yet again.” Paulina says: “You have faith? Faith has faith? I’m so funny— Hahaha!” [Paulina sarcastically laughs.] Faith says: “Pun intended, girl. Not the first time I’ve heard that classic!” [Faith intentionally laughs, directing, and emitting a sarcastic deadpan expression to the laptop camera lens.] Paulina says: “Faith has faith is your version of my What if I want you to bite?. Every time I see that one phrase in my DMs I’m like…” [Paulina rolls her eyes at the camera. She chews fake gum.] Faith says: “Paulina, I’ll remind you of our Wifi password later. Jus’ so that you can remember it when you come ove—” [Paulina chortles.] Faith says: “Also, I am still not over you givin’ that man my phone number— Now that was the ultimate betrayal, I thought that the serial killer had gotten my number!” Paulina says: “Girl, I’m so sorry I did that. My problematic era— I should’ve asked first." [Both women laugh.] Paulina says: "To give everyone some context— I had this man in my DMs… I don’t know if you can relate to this, but can you feel when a guy is gonna be weird from the first text?” Faith says: “As a woman, I think that we both have that skillset, Paulina” Paulina says: “We should write it down in our curriculums at this point. Anyway— This guy just sent me some random letters and he was like…" [Paulina talks with a deeper Giga Chad voice] Paulina says: “Save that. That’s my wifi password so you don’t have to ask me when you come around." Faith says: “And you turned that absolute Chad down, Paulina? How dare you?” [Faith imitates Greta Thunberg’s voice.] Paulina says: “I just wanted to sleep, okay? It was like 3AM… He then started to say cringe shit like—" [Paulina does the Giga Chad voice] Paulina says: "Yeah, sleep with me, We can share my bed... I just wanna sleep, man. Leave me alone, I’m clearly not interested. Know your battles.” Faith says: “Listen, sir… Whoever you are, although your time was cut short, and clearly was iconic in a way— You’re no Mr. Sandman. We need a real man to hit Paulina up immediately!” Paulina says: “No biting references, please. Maybe we can talk about DMs in another episode— As for this one, we're almost close to the hour, our time's up.” Faith says: “Say it ain’t so, Paulina! But I’m sure that the audience wants more from us, and maybe they even want to send us topic suggestions for the podcast, too?” [Faith momentarily perches her index finger against her chin.] Paulina says: “If you’ve got suggestions about what we should talk about next, make sure to contact us through our DMs in Facebrowser. Thank you so much for listening to our beautiful voices if you’re hearing this~ and seeing our beautiful faces if you’re watching this. We’ll invite you again to our home soon! Hopefully we get actual equipment. Although, I do like the laptop camera concept.” [Paulina snickers.] Faith says: “But the laptop camera concept is DIY—It’s adorable. Jus’ like our listeners! But until next time, dears…” [Unfortunately, the Roommates Podcast cash didn't arrive on time. But fortunately, the bus did. The two women photogenically rode the bus to promote the show.] (( @Sammy @Ale ))
  8. NEWS • Entertainment Written by Yunisa DELGADO-FLORES • May 28th, 2022 - 7:00AM The rise and rise of the Dead End Brigade Art, Ben, and Jojo from the Dead End Brigade talk with the Daily about their new song, the process behind making it, their influences, as well as possible plans for the future. The Dead End Brigade, live at Stooges. Art on bass and vocals (left), Ben on drums (middle) and Jojo on guitar (right). - Courtesy of Art from the Dead End Brigade. The Dead End Brigade, one of Los Santos' fastest rising indie punk bands, has been making waves in the national punk scene as of recent. A few months back they concluded their tour to New York City and are now discussing plans for a possible future tour. Within Los Santos, they're often booked for grunge-themed bars such as Six Rounds and, prior to their accidental fire, Stooges. However, they've also been known to play venues in West Vinewood such as the Split Sides comedy-club. Art, the lead singer for the band, and Ben, the drummer, joined the Daily News for an exclusive interview. Mags, the bassist, could not attend the interview due to scheduling conflicts Jojo, the guitarist, took part in a one-on-one interview at a later time. "Me and Ben been tryna do something for a minute, we known each other for a long time and a couple years ago we started Dead End Brigade, it took a little minute before it started taking off though." Art shared with the Daily's Yunisa Delgadlo-Flores. "I'd say we started gaining some traction like half a year ago?" Ben also recounts one of their first gigs. "Round new years. We played that one show for an MC then went silent for a bit. Then that's when we started picking it back up, yeah." Like many other bands' beginnings, it wasn't instant success. Art briefly touched on their experience performing at one of Los Santos' many night clubs. "It was just a failure. Wasn't the venue for us. Happens though." "I met them after I caught up on their music— plus, they had been playing at the Community Center here in Vespucci." Jojo tells the Daily on how she came to be in the band. "I been playing myself for a while but I never could find a band to play in, DEB was looking for new members and I gladly joined up. And that's how the ship started to sail, dude. "I started playing guitar when I was fourteen. I was really frustrated with the whole system and what not, being stuck in a strict family or work for some a--holes." Jojo shared, telling the Daily how she used music as an escape from an oppressive household. "I have four brothers and three sisters, three of my brothers are incarcerated— my sisters are all doing whatever they are doing. Politics, doctors, you name, the whole sha-bang. I graduated in becoming a lawyer myself believe it or not, but I just don't like being stuck to something— you know? "I don't like work for some a--hole in a suit that tells me what I can and can't do." The band's style is varied, taking inspiration from a bunch of different sources. As Art described, "All our songs kinda sound different from one another too." This rings especially true when Art's solo career is taken account, where Art's much mellower solo performances contrasts heavily with the raging rock rampant at a Dead End Brigade show. The Dead End Brigade, live at Six Rounds. - Yunisa Delgado Flores. 22nd May 2022, 00:10AM, The energy behind the Dead End Brigade's live performances can be summed up as loud, violent and thrilling. The music shakes the walls, the vocals screech through the speakers, and the crowd can cause an earthquake. As is common in punk, the mosh pits are frequent at their concerts. "Yeah, I know people ain't really listening at our shows, they just wanna go crazy and have some fun.", Art tells the Daily. "We try to give them that." "I kinda envy it.", adds Ben. "We should write a song with no drums so I can go mosh for a couple minutes" The band just released their new song titled Taking the Cure. Art and Ben shares their process in creating the track and the rest of their songs. "I was just sitting in the studio and, again, the lyrics just kinda come." Art told the Daily. "I just have to work out a melody that fit em. It's usually me and Ben locked in a room and working something out. He work magic on the drums. "Sometimes it go in that order, other times it's the other way around" When asked about any future plans for tours, the noted their large fan-base over in Brazil. Ben immediately suggesting that they go to Brazil, to which Art said their next tour will be kept in the US. "Yeah, yeah, definitely gonna get a summer tour booked." Art shared. "We got some comments about Brazil but we probably gonna keep the next tour in the US, too." "I love those peeps out in Brazil, they got a whole different scene going on there" Joey talked about her experience with international fans. "We've have fans all over. Brazil, Europe, even f---ing Asia— like, Japan and all that. "We're also thinking to do a more international tour someday, but for now? We stick in the US. And I mean like— The UK, Europe, Asia, you name it, dude." Their next live performance is scheduled to be at the Six Rounds bar in Vespucci on the 3rd of June. Comments are enabled: Username: Comment:
  9. Interview with CEO of Magnolia Records Valerio Giordano BY VALERIA ANDREEVA Valerio Giordano performing (Source: Facebrowser) As Los Santos progresses as a city and the economy grows, industries are expanding and offer plenty of opportunities for the citizens; in particular, the music industry has been vastly growing and many artists are on the rise - people who bring a completely new experience and energy to the nightlife and the clubbing scene in the city. Entertaining a wide audience and lighting up the stage isn’t an easy task to pursue, and many creators lack the means to ignite that spark into a flame. By far, the most successful company for providing a working environment for future procedures, DJs and people looking to pursue a career in the music industry is Magnolia Records. They provide a mixture of Rap, R&B and Hip-Hop. After reaching out to Magnolia Records, we got in touch with their CEO; Valerio Giordano. A 22-year-old enthused man who keeps climbing up the ladder of success, with the ambition to get to the very top of the scene. He comes from Italy, Naples and has chased his dream of becoming a successful DJ, a dream that has now manifested into a reality, thanks to the many opportunities that LS provides him with. We were invited to Magnolia Records’ HQ, where we met with Valerio Giordano for this exclusive interview. Mr. Giordano greeted us with a stylish figure; he dressed casually and his demeanor was serene. He was very hospitable, welcoming and overall, radiated with positive and sincere energy. We chose the HQ because it felt like home for Valerio; a place where he could truly open up and be sincere with the audience - and of course, it was far from prying ears. After getting us cups of steaming coffee, we sat down in the lounge area and we were set to start. For this interview, our journalist will be referring to herself as VA and Mr. Giordano as VG. - VA: I personally don't know a lot about you, nor Magnolia Records -, and some of our viewers will relate. Can you introduce yourself, tell us something about yourself, and how did you find yourself in the spot of CEO of the company? VG: I'm Valerio, born and raised in Naples. And I got to this position by pure luck and dedication, I suppose. The last CEO, Daniel Jones, thought I'd be the right person to take Magnolia Records to a new level; which we're still working on. VA: Naples is a beautiful city. Let's go back to it. What was life for you back there? VG: Let's say it has its good sides and bad sides, just like Los Santos. Naples is beautiful, the people and the city itself. Just a whole different vibe down there in general. And the food? Don't get me started. But like LS, the crime was quite picking up. To the point where the nightlife ended up being affected harshly by it. LS ended up having more opportunities, so I figured why not give this city a shot. And here we are. VA: When you left the city, did that affect you in any way? Did it make you question whether you wish to pursue this career or drop it completely? VG: Like I mentioned, the nightlife got affected by certain groups of people. The usual who's got the bigger comparison type of thing. To the point where trouble was expected at each booking. That took the fun out of it for me. Luckily, I had saved up enough dough to even consider moving at all, and I knew people here in LS. One thing to another, I ended up hopping on a plane. Only downside of having moved here is that my family and some friends are still back there in Naples. Oh yeah, and the food. What I wouldn't do for a proper old school pasta. VA: Pasta is my favorite dish. I know what you're missing, trust me. Did you encounter any hardships when you moved to LS? After all, the stage is quite huge here and the standards are very high in your industry. VG: I'd kill for a good pasta alla Genovese. But yeah, new city means you're starting from scratch again. But I knew some people here, so luckily I got to pull some strings to snatch me some bookings to kick off with. Big ups to Wave Entertainment for that. My first gig ever in LS was less than a week after touching down at Dungeon Crawler. Quite stacked too. VA: Started from the scratch, and here you are now. CEO of Magnolia Records. I like the confidence you exude. You're someone that has performed in all of the clubs in the city and you've got amazing reviews. Do you think that Los Santos' nightlife and the scene is a healthy and safe atmosphere? VG: I wouldn't say all the clubs. I'm specific when it comes to accepting bookings, if I dig the place, I'll take it. Safe and healthy. The only complaints I have is the lack of cooperation between the owners slash managers of the clubs. All fun and all that there's plenty of places around, but double opening on each other is bad for business. That's something that should be improved on, and that's not just my opinion. Lotta people in my line of work share that. VA: Lack of cooperation? I think I'd rather call it competition. There's so many DJs in LS, all of them putting effort into their work. Is there a lot of competition between you all and in your opinion, what puts you ahead of them? VG: Sure, it forms some type of competition. But at the end of the day, you're still running a business, so you're basically rolling the dice on coming out the victor or not. That's just my business perspective on the whole thing. And the key to success, to standing out, is having a good personality. Sure, you can play bangers all day, but if you're just an empty shell, you might as well be an industry plant. People show up for you, and the stuff you bring. Some people got that package, some didn't. I don't say I'm better than others. I don't say I'm worse. I'm me, people book me. And I'm happy that they do. And you mentioned there being a lot of DJs, let's just say a lot of people fall in category three. VA: How do playing music here, at the HQ, and presenting it in the club compare and relate? What can be achieved through them, respectively, and what do you personally draw from both? VG: I personally put DJs into three categories. One, the players. The ones that stick to playing songs that already exist, remix them if needed. Two, the producers. The ones producing songs from scratch. Three, the fakers. Like the name makes it obvious, the ones downloading a mix from somewhere and hitting play. Not gonna name drop, but there's quite a few like that out here in the city. I see myself in category one. I barely find myself in the studio here, unless I'm remixing. Here it's more a structured, layer-by-layer type of thing, where in the club I'm just genuinely winging it, stepping into a booking with a general theme in mind, and just playing what I feel like is gonna fit. Winging it can cause some small hiccups here and there, like transitioning. That's a good reality check for me, keeping me sharp. VA: Improvising and adapting to the scene is important. And bringing a good atmosphere to the audience is all that matters. How would you describe the relationship between your choices and goals as a DJ and the expectations, desires and feedback of the audience? How does this relationship manifest itself during a performance and how do you concretely tap into it? VG: First off, the thing that keeps me enjoying this type of work is the fact I get to see people vibe to the stuff I play. So the people are on one. I usually tend to take requests too, not at every gig, but most I do. And based off the bookings coming in for myself and the other people under Magnolia Records, I must say we're doing quite well. VA: Would you say your motivation to pursue a career is a healthy mixture of creating memorable nights for the audience and growth in the industry? Or does it lean towards a specific motive? VG: Let me put it this way. I don't care about 'fame', benefits, and all that of this type of work. All I care about is giving people a fun night out. That goes smoothly? I'm satisfied. Although let's not forget it's my bread and butter, so money's second. VA: Your approach to this question is humble. It's rare that people are in it for the audience first. What advice would you give DJs, producers and anyone who's trying to get started in this industry? VG: Be yourself to get there. And don't trust everyone you come across with. Not everyone's got your best interests in mind when doing business with you. VA: Words to live by. Being yourself is key to succeeding. Let's move on from work ethics and business. Who is Valerio Giordano when he is not behind the mixer. How does he separate his personal life from work, what is he passionate about? How do his friends describe him? VG: Well, as you might have noticed, I'm passionate for good food. Hard to not be working in some type of way in my position, but usually it's just hanging out with friends, hit the gym. The usual stuff. And the last question - you’re better off asking the others. VA: Let’s talk about your relationships. Are you currently seeing someone or is your attention completely focused on the scene? VG: One thing I noticed quite quickly is how this city is like when it comes to finding people like that. Lots of cheating, and I'm not gonna put myself through that yet again. Means I'm not seeing someone at the mo', but it'll come. Eventually. Matter of finding the right person that isn't boutta play with your feelings VA: I take it you've already had your first disappointment in the city? VG: I'm gonna plead the fifth on that one out of respect to her. VA: So, one last question before we conclude. What should the audience know Valerio Giordano as? VG: I want to be known as me, just me. Not that DJ playing those sick tunes at the club, not that CEO of Magnolia Records. Me, as a person. Passionate and real. - The interview came to an end, and before we exchanged farewells, Mr. Giordano invited us to see one of his future gigs, which we surely will. It was thrilling and quite exciting to be able to speak so freely with Mr. Giordano, who just emits positive energy all around him. It was an interview that was an utmost pleasure to take; getting to know young and ambitious figures on the market is always an exhilarating experience, since we can always draw inspiration from it. Not only is he a professional in what he does, but he's a sincere, genuine and unbiased man. I’m certain that our readers will enjoy an up-close, personal and exclusive interview with a rising star. Do you think Magnolia Records will keep holding the lead in this industry, or will competition get to them? What are your experiences in clubs when Valerio Giordano was behind the mixer? Let us know in the comment section, we’d love to read your responses! > Comments are enabled Username: Comment:
  10. Introduction The Pink Sandwich was established in 1997 by Jennifer and Richard Longport and initially formed as a sandwich lounge that catered for citizens of Los Santos during the late nineties to early two thousands. It had a controversial Grand Opening due to various news scandals revolving around the quality of its ingredients and sandwich fillers which lead to both Jennifer and Richard declaring bankruptcy. The project was picked up by Terry Craggs in later years who had seen potential in the industry after a recent decline in fast food joints, specifically those that were able to produce handmade meals for business men and women within the upper-class area of Vinewood Boulevard, however, this was again a short-lived run due to financial difficulties. Today, The Pink Sandwich has been rebranded and reformed as not only a popular sandwich lounge, but also a nightclub by a couple of friends with expertise in both management and interior design. This article serves as an informative page where people are able to follow the success of the company and find out more about what it has to offer, hope you enjoy the journey and we look forward to sharing more! Daytime Menus Contact Us Email: [email protected] (( Forum PM @CrisisGG and @scarlyfox )) Social Page | Station
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    Homicidal records is a new movement for the Los Santos music scene and entertainment industry. Based in Vespucci this independent record label has accomplished much in its short existence by hiring new upcoming artists from the city. Homicidal Records has an electrifying roster of artists that stand out among any other artists in the city and the country. We're known for being diverse in our city with modern American Hip-Hop and R&B. Every single artist, producer, engineer and employee under our label have distinct talent that brings uniqueness to Homicidal Records and Los Santos. We pride our self on working with the best talent in the city. Together we are creating the newest movement for the CULTURE. ARTISTS One of the newest and hottest artists in the city, "GOLDIE" @Yavina Upcoming rapper, "BANGA" @TwinGlockz Award winning producer and songwriter, "EddieOnThaBeat" Contact Information
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    Short description: Play singleplayer's/online's mini-games in the server Detailed description: When you go into a bar or club it's always nice to have a drink, talk and of course play games with your buddies. Currently you can role-play games with /me and animations but I always think, as with everything in the server, it'd be ten times more interesting if scripted in. Currently there are mini-games such as darts, golfing, pool, arm wrestling and I believe more in single-player and online, we could have these placed in business interiors. It'd be hard to script the co-ordinates but I think it may be possible (not sure as I don't script myself). Commands to add: /armwrestle /darts /golf /pool (and any other mini-games) Items to add: Perhaps a property admin or business owner could place mini-games around items in their business interior such as tables, pool tables, dart boards...etc. How would your suggestion improve the server? This would add a visual and physical element to the role-play, as well as actual competition that I believe would invite more people into business premises. Players could even use it as a way to bet, gamble and earn or lose money. And of course take screenshots for the forums! Additional information: People often come into bars and clubs for a drink and a chat and then leave, it's a bit boring when you can't physically eat food or drink from OUT of a game world (sorry Norrig ) but games can provide a real life sense of competition (you know that feeling you get when you're playing a game and you're winning, or losing - virtual or real). This would spice it up big time!
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