Dallas Coyle is an American musician. He's one of the founding members of the critically acclaimed, world renowned metal band God Forbid from New Jersey. Since 1997, Dallas helped shaped the extreme metal music scene by touring the world ten times over, creating five records of pure musicianship, and selling over 300,000 records. In April of 2009, after the release of "Earthsblood", God Forbid's most critically acclaimed album, Dallas departed ways with his band to embark on his own musical journey.
Since going off on his own, Dallas has scored short films, written various songs for his first solo project Soul At War (SAW) and even produced, scored and acted in the web TV show Polyester Dreams. Genetic is his latest solo project, available here for preview and purchase.
Andrew Harrison is a writer and producer. In 2007, Andrew was hired to write and star in a comedic talk show called Street Talk for Jim Cramer’s financial news web site, TheStreet.com. After that, he found a love for the medium and wrote, directed and produced his own comedic web series called Polyester Dreams, about a manic-depressive prog rock radio DJ. The show won the Web Streaming category at the SkyFest Film Festival and it was called “humorous and all-out ridiculously entertaining” by SPIN.
Through ProMotion Pictures, Andrew has produced branded online video content for Heineken, Johnnie Walker, Cisco and Ogilvy & Mather.
For the past three years, Andrew has hosted Plastic Tales from the Marshmallow Dimension, a retro rock radio show syndicated in New York and Paris. His graphic novel Golgotha was published by 215 Ink. Andrew currently works for the online video company Ooyala.
Shay Revolver is an independent filmmaker whose recent projects include The Panic Pixie Project where she completed 28 short films in 28 days. Her shorts have been seen at NYUFF, RESFest, Slamdunk and she has won several Pioneer Theater Short Film Slams. In addition to Beg Borrow Steal, Shay is also working on a feature film and the second installment of The Panic Pixie Project through her Manic Pixie Pictures production company.