Tuesday, April 14, 2009

'One Of My Kind,' Conor Oberst documentary

I would say "I hate to plug," but I'm actually quite excited about the opportunity musician Conor Oberst has given Causecast. Guitar-tech Phil Schaffart filmed Oberst and his bandmates as they recorded an album in Mexico. The result is the 60-minute film One Of My Kind, the story of Conor Oberst and the Mystic Valley Band. Watch the trailer below:



All you have to do to get the film for free is to sign up on that page. Tomorrow, April 15, you'll receive an e-mail with instructions on how to stream or download the film. Causecast hopes that you'll take the time to explore our list of organizations and donate to a cause that inspires you.

If you don't have any money to donate (and who does, really?), I'd encourage you to read about the organizations we're partnered with. Our goal is to connect nonprofits and people to inspire activism in this new era of hopefulness. Whether it's universal health care, animal rights, poverty, clean water or gay rights, you can connect with a group through Causecast that can help you get involved in the cause you're passionate about.

Giving away the Conor Oberst film is just one way we're trying to bring attention to our prestigious list of nonprofit organizations.

Okay, back to sperm jokes.

1 comment:

Rebeca said...

Conor Oberst’s vanity record label Team Love got off to a running start a few years back by releasing Jenny Lewis’ solo debut Rabbit Fur Coat and now the little label that could has the clout (and funds) to promote Oberst’s biggest influences, namely David Dondero and Simon Joyner.