Twitch Clips from my streams: March 2020. Favorite moments make up these Twitch highlights from my streams including Animal Crossing, my Secret Sauce Cooking Streams, a crazy 13 hour Stream (1 Year Twitch Celebration), No Cheat Slither.io, The Witcher 3, and fuzzy eyebrow Twitch moments.
Chat picked their favorite Twitch Clips from my streams: January-February 2020. Favorite moments make up these Twitch highlights from my streams including The Witcher 3 gameplay, my Secret Sauce Cooking Streams, No Cheat Slither, League Of Legends, and awkward Twitch moments in chat.
Celebrating my 1 year Twitch anniversary with a Youtube Compilation.
By Sasha Grey
March 12th, 2020
Fans have asked me for years to create content for Youtube. Funny thing is that I used to, and I deleted all of it. Maybe I’ll tell you all why one day in the future. Anyways, now that I’ve been streaming on Twitch, I decided to put together a compilation celebrating one year on the platform. Watch my best of video compilation below. If you enjoy the video, don’t forget to give it a thumbs up, and subscribe to my channel! Also let me know what kind of videos you would like to see in the future, in the comments of the video section…then I can decide if I should keep updating my YT 🙂
I also did a 13 hour stream on Friday March 6th, to celebrate my 1st year, see it while you can on Twitch.
Sasha Grey is arguably one of the most famous porn stars of all time, and one of the few who got into the industry young, made a name for herself, and moved on to a successful mainstream career as a musician, writer, and artist. Sasha no longer works in the adult industry, but she comes on Holly Randall Unfiltered to reflect on her time in porn, how she feels about it now, and how she used it as a means of artistic expression to explore her unconventional relationship with sex.
Listen to Sasha’s interview with Holly at any of the links below, and don’t forget to like and subscribe to Holly’s channels.
The video interview will be made available on Youtube in the coming weeks.
I started out this week with the goal of raising $10,000 for victims of the multiple earthquakes in Puerto Rico throughout the month of January, through my live streams on Twitch. There is very little coverage of the devastation and I wanted to do my part, and I asked you all to help me spread the word. Thanks to my wonderful Twitch community, together we raised $11,348 on the platform Tiltify for the vetted charity Direct Relief, directly benefitting those affected by the earthquakes in Puerto Rico.
Whenever I donate my own money, or encourage others to donate to a cause, I always use CharityNavigator.org, a helpful website that vets charities, to make sure they’re in good standing. The most recognizable charities aren’t always the best.
You might have heard the news about the warehouses that were discovered with emergency supplies that were never dispersed to Puerto Ricans after Hurricane Maria. This is yet another reason I decided to raise donations for a charity that shows exactly where donations go. The island is still recovering from the hurricane and now it’s been hit with these ongoing natural disasters.
Only 20% of schools are open & approx. 4,000 people are still in shelters.
It has been very difficult to find coverage and photographs of the recent events. All of the photos that appear here are from the 2020 earthquakes. If you have not been credited, please contact the site administrator so we can update the image(s) with your info.
Watch below for a clip from my live stream to see the donation that helped us cross the finish line!
Raymond Watts, who’s known by industrial-rock rivetheads and electronic-rock aficionados by his moniker Pig, has returned with a new video to promote his impending covers LP, Candy. Teaming once again with actress/vocalist/DJ/author Sasha Grey, the duo take on “You’ve Lost That Lovin’ Feeling,” made popular by the Righteous Brothers in 1964.
On this version, Watts adopts a persona somewhere between a sleazy Frank Sinatra and Buffalo Bill from The Silence Of The Lambs, except with much better fashion sense (Watts has written music for Alexander McQueen fashion shows, you know), while Grey looks almost heartbroken as the object of his desire.
Watts has been a force in the world’s electronic/industrial-rock scene for decades. His world-class resume includes a body of work as a solo artist, a stunt as frontman for i-rock institution KMFDM and projects ranging from remixes, video games and fashion houses. He toured America late last summer with Killing Joke.
“As a song, ‘You’ve Lost That Lovin’ Feelin’’ has always been a bitter pill wrapped up in a sweet thrill for me but brings faith to the fall of a love that has lapsed,” Watts begins. “It was just crying out to be covered by Pig. I felt it needed to be a duet, so I asked Sasha Grey to sing it with me. I love the dialogue in the song and her voice makes the sentiment in the words even more poignant. Her delivery perfectly captures how the wound of loss can become almost mundane.”
This song is the first look at Candy, Pig’s covers LP coming out on Metropolis June 21. Other tracks Watts will be putting through his sonic sausage grinder include interpretations of songs by Olivia Newton-John (“Hopelessly Devoted To You”), Prince (“Kiss”), Hall & Oates (“I Can’t Go For That (No Can Do)”), Elvis Presley (“If I Can Dream”) and KC And The Sunshine Band (“That’s The Way (I Like It).”) That cover was the first thing Watts and Grey teamed up for last year.
“The album is me looking for the soft and dirty underbelly in what might seem like rather innocuous pop songs,” Watts says. “The original versions of the songs chosen might seem to some as one dimensional, but to me they seem to work more as paeans to much darker obsessions, addictions and the inevitable consequences. As such, with Candy you can hum along and toe-tap to songs of downfall, demise and disaster.”
Pig and Grey’s take on this bona fide classic from the great American songbook might be hellishly dark, uncannily creepy or uncomfortably tongue-in-cheek. It could be the theme for the goth prom you wish you could’ve gone to or the last song you play right before you make a very bad decision (read: alcohol and texting and 3 a.m. is never a good combination). We’ll let you decide.
Check out Pig and Sasha Grey’s “You’ve Lost That Lovin’ Feelin’” below. Candy is available for preorder now with both digital and vinyl options.