Not only does Nirvan specialize in music videos, he's building a creative community within his brand DotComCrash. We spoke to the GM of DotComCrash, Steven Dolsky, to learn more about the ever-growing creative brand.
ONE37pm: How would you explain DotComCrash to someone who has never heard of it?
Steven: DotComCrash lives within the undefined space between traditional music companies and the new-age creator economy. We want to be known as people who provide accessibility through meaningful content, experiences, and products.
ONE37pm: What do you think is the coolest thing about DotComCrash?
Steven: The specificity of the audience we speak to for sure! We want to be a beacon for a community of kids who are figuring out how to make a living doing what they love. Nirvan and I have both spent the last six years separately establishing ourselves in a house full of closed doors and we want to rip them open for everyone around us. The next Uzi's and Nirvan's are young kids around the country putting in their 10,000 hours out onto the internet waiting to be given a chance. Crash is about finding them and reaching out a hand to help them reach their true potential.
ONE37pm: How did you get involved in building DotComCrash?
Steven: Nirvan is a creative who I've been familiar with for the last two years as a fan and had repeatedly tried to work with on the music video side of things. After many emails and DM's we finally got connected this past May (solid birthday present) and we've been attached at the hip since.