February 13, 2016
We are excited to announce that Cavern has been invited to participate in the Short Film Corner of the Cannes Film Festival from May 16-22, 2016 in Cannes, France.
The Short Film Corner of the Court Metrage at the Cannes Film Festival is a unique opportunity for us to network with film industry professionals from across the world and experience the Cannes Film Festival as accredited attendees.
Bob Dog Catlin is a legendary San Antonio-based musician and South Texas metal legend who has toured playing guitar for Pigface as well as the Evil Mothers. Bob Dog may be most infamous for his notorious teenage heavy metal band, SA Slayer. His experimental musical breadth and knowledge knows no bounds. He is a multi-instrumentalist who also creates some of his own instruments, he studied at the Ali Akbar Khan School of Music and fronted the experimental, improvisational band, Pseudo Buddha, who was widely loved by the San Antonio visual arts community.
Bob Dog engineered and contributed to the Cavern soundtrack, crafting unique, tension building sound on musical instruments that he constructed, such as the Electric Duck, made from a converted wind chime, and the “Scary” Log.
Bob Dog’s speciality is multitrack audio recordings made on location, both in a live setting and in a studio ‘lock-out’ situation. An album he recorded for Camerata San Antonio, ‘Salon Buenos Aires’, was nominated for two Latin Grammy Awards in 2010.
In addition to Bob Dog’s recording ventures, he has appeared as a musician on over 35 albums. His album/musical credits include playing the guitar, bass, sitar, sarod, cello, keyboards, percussion and the Electric Duck, among a pile of others. His musical and engineering talents are formidable.