2016 - "Blind Mans Bluff" by Lucian Blaque featured in the movie "Rolling Papers" February 19, 2016
In 2015 a song Kevin wrote while in Lucian Blaque was featured in the movie "Rolling Papers", released on February 19, 2016.
About the Movie:In today’s media, the status quo can flip so abruptly that news outlets are forced to reshape themselves. On January 1, 2014 as recreational marijuana explodes off the shelves of Colorado dispensaries, The Denver Post is telling the story. The Cannabist is the first pot section of a major newspaper and Ricardo Baca, the world’s first marijuana editor sets out to report history in the making with a team of straight-laced staff writers and offbeat freelancers. Policy news, strain reviews, parenting advice and edible recipes are the new norm on a new beat: pot journalism. Legalization is an experiment for society and a risk for the dying industry of newspapers to hedge its bets on a new one.
2012 - "Running A.D." by Lucian Blaque featured in the movie "The Grey" January 27, 2012
In 2011 a song Kevin wrote while in Lucian Blaque was featured in the movie "The Grey", released on DVD January 27, 2012.
About the Movie:John Ottway (Liam Neeson) works in Alaska, killing wolves that threaten an oil drilling team. On his last day on the job, he shoots one. That evening, Ottway writes a letter "without purpose" to his wife, Ana (Anne Openshaw), explaining his plans to commit suicide. He hears a distant wolf howl and doesn't follow through.
The next day, Ottway and other oil drillers board a plane. During the flight, Ottway dreams of sleeping with his wife in bed but is awakened by a loud bang. He buckles up in fear of a possible plane crash. Shortly afterwards, the back of the plane is torn off and luggage starts getting sucked out. Then the plane tips upside down and the roof gets ripped off. Ottway blacks out just before it crashes. Eight people including Ottway survive the crash. One of the team, Lewenden (James Badge Dale), is mortally wounded. Taking charge, Ottway sets the survivors on the task of building a fire. While doing this, he discovers a corpse, and is attacked by the gray wolf feeding on it. After saving Ottway, the group surmises that they are in the wolves' territory. They decide to take turns keeping watch for the predators.
2012 - "Gene Pool" by Lucian Blaque featured in the movie "Donovans Echo" January 15, 2012
In 2011 a song Kevin wrote while in Lucian Blaque was featured in the movie "Donovans Echo", released on DVD January 15, 2012.
About the Movie:Donovan Matheson (Danny Glover) is a man trapped in the past. Once an esteemed physicist, Donovan worked on the Manhattan Project. In the years that followed, his regret spilled into his personal life, when he became obsessed with finding a theory for cold fusion to help benefit the world. Donovan's obsession led to the loss of his wife and child in an accident he believes he could have prevented.
After a thirty-year absence, Donovan returns to his small town, where he finds himself caught up in events that echo the same tragedy. Plagued by déjà vu, Donovan is convinced his young neighbor, Maggie, (Natasha Calis) and her mother, Sarah (Sonja Bennett) are doomed to die on the anniversary of his family's deaths. Struggling to unlock the pattern, Donovan attempts to decipher a puzzle that he believes ties the past to the present, and offers a path to redemption. Donovan tries to convince his brother-in-law, police Sergeant Finnley (Bruce Greenwood), but when his facts don't add up, Donovan's sanity is questioned. Is he losing his mind, or running out of time?
2016 - "Battleground" by Lucian Blaque featured in Viceland TV show F*ck, That’s Delicious
In 2016 a song Kevin wrote while in Lucian Blaque was featured on the Viceland TV show "F*ck, That’s Delicious".
About the Show:F*ck That's Delicious features Action Bronson as he travels the world doing gigs and eating the best local delicacies that country or city has to offer. As a master of words, his descriptions are always among the best your will hear for someone eating a large plate of food. Bronson also takes some time to cook up some of his own favorite recipes in some episodes and meets with famous chefs who are a fan of his music.
2016 - "Mean Machine" by Lucian Blaque featured in USA Network TV show Colony
In 2016 a song Kevin wrote while in Lucian Blaque was featured on the USA Network TV show "Colony".
About the Show:From executive producers Carlton Cuse (“Lost”) and Ryan Condal (“Hercules”) comes USA’s drama COLONY. Set in the very near future, COLONY centers on one family’s struggle to survive and bring liberty back to the people of an occupied Los Angeles. SAG winner Josh Holloway (“Lost”) stars as former FBI agent Will Bowman and Satellite Award winner Sarah Wayne Callies (“The Walking Dead”) stars as his wife, Katie, in the series which takes place in a dangerous world of divided ideologies. While some choose to collaborate with the occupation and benefit from the new order, others rebel and suffer the consequences. After being separated from their son during the invasion, Will and Katie are willing to do whatever is necessary to be reunited with him. Thus, when the powerful Proxy Snyder (Peter Jacobson, “House”) offers Will a chance to get his son back if he will collaborate with the occupational government, Will and Katie find themselves faced with the toughest decision of their lives. They will have to go beyond whatever they thought possible, risking their lives and their relationship to protect their family. COLONY is a co-production between Legendary Television and Universal Cable Productions. Nelson McCormick (“24”) also executive produces.
2016 - "Mean Machine" by Lucian Blaque featured in FXX TV show It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia
In 2016 a song Kevin wrote while in Lucian Blaque was featured on the FXX TV show It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia.
About the Show:It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia (sometimes referred to as Always Sunny or simply Sunny) is an American television sitcom that premiered on FX on August 4, 2005. It moved to FXX from the ninth season. It was created by Rob McElhenney, who developed it with Glenn Howerton. It is executive produced and primarily written by McElhenney, Howerton, and Charlie Day, all of whom star alongside Kaitlin Olson and Danny DeVito. The series follows the exploits of "The Gang", a group of self-centered friends who run the Irish bar Paddy's Pub in South Philadelphia.