We here at CoS and Cluster 1 like to think we’ve got a wide breadth of coverage. Whether it’s the latest news or interviews, album reviews or feature documentaries, great new songs or interesting music videos, we provide the most unique and diverse content we can muster. Now, Cluster 1 is experimenting with another kind of project with the new series, No Cover.
Modeled after hit shows like It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia, Community, and Arrested Development, No Cover is a “single-camera comedy” told in short four-minute episodes. Written and directed by our own Ted Maider and Scott Robert Waldvogel, the series tells the story of Marshall (Trevor Marcotte) and his spontaneous roommate Randy (Kevin Waldvogel) as they combine forces to form a rock band. Dealing with their own creative differences, and the hazards of being new to the scene, the duo, along with their wacky manager David (Scott Robert Waldvogel), his assistant manager Kelsey (Michelle Hawkins), a perpetually intoxicated bassist (Tyler Vocelka), and a drummer with a chip on his shoulder (Jay Bee), set out toward rock and roll fame; that is, if they don’t get in their own way first.
Check out the first episodes below and if you like what you see, head here for episode two. New episodes of No Cover air each and every Wednesday on Cluster 1.