If you missed Rob at the Middle East Downstairs on April 7th, it’s ok, there’s still hope. Rob has released the live recording of the entire show as an album, FREE to download, for all to enjoy!
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The Middle East Downstairs Presents:
Perennial Presidential candidate Vermin Supreme is screening his movie Vote Jesus which feature him going undercover as Ken Stevenson a Christian Evangelist to learn American Morals and Values, there will be a Lecture, and Q&A.
Featuring special guest musician Rob Potylo (of Quiet Desperation)
WHEN: Sunday, April 7, 2013 • 8:00pm
18+ w/Valid I.D. • NO I.D. = NO ADMISSION
WHERE: The Middle East Downstairs
472 Massachusetts Ave • Cambridge, MA 02139 • (617) 864-3278 (Google Map)
PRICE: $10.00 USD • Buy Tickets Here
Check out a trailer of Vote Jesus
Check out Rob and Vermin singing to cops at the Democratic National Convention.
A drunk homeless man at Hofstra University in New York during the second debate between Barack Obama and Mitt Romney gets an unexpected serenade by ole Occupy Wall Street favorite Rob Potylo who performs the classic “Somewhere Over The Rainbow” to the gentleman. Rob Potylo was there campaigning for Vermin Supreme.
Filmed and Edited by Steve Onderick
Roomates Christiana Celli, Rob Potylo and Pete Jaquay, stars of “Quiet Desperation.” Photo by Nicolaus Czarnecki.
Rob’s reality show, Quiet Desperation, is the focus of an outstanding article on the Metro right now (available in print tomorrow as the Monday, February 25th, 2013 cover story!)
Read the story, grab a copy tomorrow, and in the mean time catch up on all of the latest episodes of Quiet D right here, including the newest episode of season 4, just uploaded today!
And don’t forget to follow the official Quiet D twitter @quietcry.
I’m going to keep creating till they f$%king come into this room and pull the send button from my hand. I don’t care if it’s a oh so lonely path…. That I live in shitty housing making shit money so I can have as much time to myself to create as possible. That it attracts time bombs, thieves, and loons that never seem to have art or my best interest in mind when they continue their childish behaviors or use me…. Just keep your head down and fight the creative fight…
Rob Potylo goes over time being the ultimate currency. This is taken from the reality sitcom out of Boston Quiet Desperation. To watch the full episode click here…
Filmed and edited by Erik Angra
Rob at the Armory in Somerville Massachusetts.
Filmed by Steve Onderick
Did this lovely podcast started by Cameron Keiber and Richard Bouchard. This first episode features the magical Anngelle Wood, Carl Lavin…..and me…. We talk about Boston music all mature and shit. Click here to check it out.
You can also listen to the podcast here:
And here’s an update on the status of the Quiet D Season 4 Kickstarter, featuring Aaron the King Wizard!
Filmed and edited by Erik Angra
This is the official Kickstarter video we made with Aaron The King Wizard for the funding of Quiet Desperation Season Four! For more details or to donate please visit the official kickstarter page here: Quiet D Season 4 Kickstarter.
Please share with your friends and loved ones, and catch up on the first three seasons of Quiet D at http://quietd.com!
Rob Potylo is chilling on Vermin Supreme’s ranch and discusses his ideas on what doing nothing really is. As seen on Quiet Desperation Season, Three Episode Seven.
My name is Rob Potylo and I’m a manic creative type in Boston, Massachusetts trying to deal with a head and emotions that go 180 MPHs every minute of every day. Even though I make a lot of “comedy” videos I wanted to show the other emotions going through my system. Manic up and down mood swings by the hour and other shit. I made this short film trying to convey some of the darker thoughts and feelings I go through to show others a glimpse of the dark world that has cost me friends and relationships with others sometimes. Whether this is mental illness or a bi-product of the world I have to face as a creative type it gets really tough and dark sometimes. Thank you for taking the time to watch.
Filmed by: Erik Angra
Edited by: Rob Potylo