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Dec 14, 2016

Rooster Sample is no cookie-cutter artist and he's definitely not pigeon-holed into one type of Art. His skill level is a product of years of putting in time and effort. He can do lettering, paint/draw all of our favorite monsters, and even pinstripes...on EVERYTHING. He's painted on about every type of canvas there is. When we met with him, he had just finished up some lettering and stripes on some windows at Lone Star Barbershop. We talked about his starts, the moves he's made over the years and the people he's been involved with such as local car folks and his own car club, the Rumble Cats.

This episode of The Rust Culture Project Podcast is brought to you by Whistlin’ Wolf Media and Hoofnest Recording, special thanks to Jimmy Castillo for Music and Lone Star Pomade, No Corners Cut Fabrication, Lone Star Barbershop, Fortune Brothers Tattoo Co., Bexar County Kustoms, Toolsville, Cliptacular Creations & Mellow Mushroom SA for their continued support and dedication. You can find The Rust Culture Project, Whistlin’ Wolf Media and Hoofnest Recording on Facebook and hear more podcasts at hoofnest.com.

Always rad shit, always keep breathing.

Nov 16, 2016

The team made it out to Denton, TX for the 2016 Pistons N Paint car show at the North Texas Fairgrounds. After getting some pics and some video footage with our drone, we started the hunt to find some interviews. When the Hellkats Car Club showed up, we definitely wanted to get them on the mic. Buzzard had been following Johnny Plummer's chopped 54 project for a while now and wanted to meet the craftsman. Johnny did a quick spot with us talking about the show, his build and their club. We look forward to the future seeing them out at more shows. Next on the mic was Mark Salinas, owner of the Lowlife Clothing Co. We've know Mark for several years now and wanted to get his take on how the culture is growing and changing and what it means for his business. Said that there's definitely things changing and 2016 was going to be the make or break year for their brand. Last but not least, we got to have a longer interview with Jenna and Sean of Double K Originals. These are the folks that make some of the raddest glitter vinyl bags, purses, wallets, key chains, etc. Got to hear how they changed their lives to follow a passion. ..to the point of making themselves completely mobile and operating out of their RV. Overall, the show was completely rad and we look forward to getting more film footage next year.

This episode of The Rust Culture Project Podcast is brought to you by Whistlin’ Wolf Media and Hoofnest Recording, special thanks to Jimmy Castillo for Music and Lone Star Pomade, No Corners Cut Fabrication, Lone Star Barbershop, Fortune Brothers Tattoo Co., Bexar County Kustoms, Toolsville, Cliptacular Creations & Mellow Mushroom SA for their continued support and dedication. You can find The Rust Culture Project, Whistlin’ Wolf Media and Hoofnest Recording on Facebook and hear more podcasts at hoofnest.com.

Always rad shit, always keep breathing.

Oct 26, 2016

Rebel Rae and the Queen Bee, Kat York, interview one of our sponsors, Achaisha about her business Cliptacular Creations. The girls kicked back on the patio, talking clips and bows, make up and hair, shows and charity. Stay tuned for a fantastic insight into a different aspect of our culture as they discuss pin up accessories and modeling. Dig It!

This episode of The Rust Culture Project Podcast is brought to you by Whistlin’ Wolf Media and Hoofnest Recording, special thanks to Jimmy Castillo for Music and Lone Star Pomade, No Corners Cut Fabrication, Lone Star Barbershop, Fortune Brothers Tattoo Co., Bexar County Kustoms, Toolsville, Cliptacular Creations & Mellow Mushroom SA for their continued support and dedication. You can find The Rust Culture Project, Whistlin’ Wolf Media and Hoofnest Recording on Facebook and hear more podcasts at hoofnest.com.

Always rad shit, always keep breathing.

Oct 5, 2016

Buzzard and Luis couldn't find a quiet place in the barrage of blues guitar coming out of the speakers, but were able to take Doug down the street to a local burger joint that was quiet enough to ask a few questions. Dealing with some minor street noise and a few sirens, Doug was able to give us the details of his beginnings, and how his band has kept up in the past 2 years.  His tour will be wrapping up in Nov and he'll be back to writing more songs,  but not before  he plays a free show in Santa Barbara November 12th for the Vets!

This episode of The Rust Culture Project Podcast is brought to you by Whistlin’ Wolf Media and Hoofnest Recording, special thanks to Jimmy Castillo for Music and Lone Star Pomade, No Corners Cut Fabrication, Lone Star Barbershop, Fortune Brothers Tattoo Co., Bexar County Kustoms, Toolsville, Cliptacular Creations & Mellow Mushroom SA for their continued support and dedication. You can find The Rust Culture Project, Whistlin’ Wolf Media and Hoofnest Recording on Facebook and hear more podcasts at hoofnest.com.

Always rad shit, always keep breathing.

Sep 28, 2016

Buzzard Lane and Rebel Rae interview a panel of members from the Barons Motor Club about the formation of their organization. Chris Niederkrom (also heard in our first podcast with his son Dean) gathered up 2 of his buddies, Willie Salas and Damon Laduke to make for a lively discussion about how they came to be. We also discussed what sets them aside from other clubs and how they've continued to remain for 22 years. The difference between a car club, motor club, social club and jacket club was brought up and the general consensus is there isn't a problem with any of these groups as long as you call it what it is and don't claim what it isn't.

This episode of The Rust Culture Project Podcast is brought to you by Whistlin’ Wolf Media and Hoofnest Recording, special thanks to Jimmy Castillo for Music and Lone Star Pomade, No Corners Cut Fabrication, Lone Star Barbershop, Fortune Brothers Tattoo Co., Bexar County Kustoms, Toolsville, Cliptacular Creations & Mellow Mushroom SA for their continued support and dedication. You can find The Rust Culture Project, Whistlin’ Wolf Media and Hoofnest Recording on Facebook and hear more podcasts at hoofnest.com.

Always rad shit, always keep breathing.

Sep 20, 2016

Buzzard Lane and Rebel Rae interviewed the owner of No Corners Cut Fabrication, Justin Bloomer. Within the inappropriate jokes and intriguing info about interests in clowns, we dug down deep to find out about Justin Bloomer's work ethic and struggles of owning a business. We learned about his roots in the racing culture and where he got his start in building high end race car parts. Listen in as we had a blast learning about No Corners Cut Fabrication.

This episode of The Rust Culture Project Podcast is brought to you by Whistlin’ Wolf Media and Hoofnest Recording, special thanks to Jimmy Castillo for Music and Lone Star Pomade, No Corners Cut Fabrication, Lone Star Barbershop, Fortune Brothers Tattoo Co., Bexar County Kustoms, Toolsville, Cliptacular Creations & Mellow Mushroom SA for their continued support and dedication. You can find The Rust Culture Project, Whistlin’ Wolf Media and Hoofnest Recording on Facebook and hear more podcasts at hoofnest.com.

Always rad shit, always keep breathing.

Sep 20, 2016

We interviewed one of the coolest Father/Son teams, Chris and Dean Niederkrom. Being the first released full episode of the Rust Culture Project Podcast, this is the flagship episode,  featuring a family that truly is engulfed in the Culture of cars. Chris, a member of the Barons motor club of San Antonio, TX and his 12 year old son Dean have spent a lot of time together in the garage producing some rad shit. With shout outs to their family, car club brothers, Trent Sherill, Dennis Fallon, the Georges and the Sonic Waves, they covered all their aspects of the scene they live in daily. Music, photography and cars is what makes the Niederkrom family so rad.

This episode of The Rust Culture Project Podcast is brought to you by Whistlin’ Wolf Media and Hoofnest Recording, special thanks to Jimmy Castillo for Music and Lone Star Pomade, No Corners Cut Fabrication, Lone Star Barbershop, Fortune Brothers Tattoo Co., Bexar County Kustoms, Toolsville, Cliptacular Creations & Mellow Mushroom SA for their continued support and dedication. You can find The Rust Culture Project, Whistlin’ Wolf Media and Hoofnest Recording on Facebook and hear more podcasts at hoofnest.com.

Always rad shit, always keep breathing.

Sep 19, 2016

We meet Buzzard Lane, host of the Rust Culture Project Podcast. He talks about being in the music scene in San Antonio and seeing all the rad cars that would come out to the shows. Him and his buddies buy their first cars and did head first into the culture. They started wrenching on their rides, forming car clubs, and eventually Buzzard went on to create Whistlin Wolf, starting off as a non profit and turning it into the media company it is today. Buzzard Lane has gone through so many cars and trucks that it's obvious the love is much bigger than just the vehicles; it's a love for the culture.

This episode of The Rust Culture Project Podcast is brought to you by Whistlin’ Wolf Media and Hoofnest Recording, special thanks to Jimmy Castillo for Music and Lone Star Pomade, No Corners Cut Fabrication, Lone Star Barbershop, Fortune Brothers Tattoo Co., Bexar County Kustoms, Toolsville, Cliptacular Creations & Mellow Mushroom SA for their continued support and dedication. You can find The Rust Culture Project, Whistlin’ Wolf Media and Hoofnest Recording on Facebook and hear more podcasts at hoofnest.com.

Always rad shit, always keep breathing.

Sep 19, 2016

We dive behind the scenes of the Rust Culture Project Podcast with an informative monologue by host Rebel Rae. She talks about her life in cars, growing up with her brothers, learning how to be a mechanic, being a girl in a predominately male automotive world and her current contributions to the South Texas car scene. Mixed in the rawness and realness, amongst all the F bombs, are truly rad messages and insights that explain why Rebel Rae is a great co-host along with Buzzard Lane.

This episode of The Rust Culture Project Podcast is brought to you by Whistlin’ Wolf Media and Hoofnest Recording, special thanks to Jimmy Castillo for Music and Lone Star Pomade, No Corners Cut Fabrication, Lone Star Barbershop, Fortune Brothers Tattoo Co., Bexar County Kustoms, Toolsville, Cliptacular Creations & Mellow Mushroom SA for their continued support and dedication. You can find The Rust Culture Project, Whistlin’ Wolf Media and Hoofnest Recording on Facebook and hear more podcasts at hoofnest.com.

Always rad shit, always keep breathing.

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