A beautiful after hours sunset shoot up at Mount Hood Summer Snowboard Camp with Rick Millett. Filmed on August 3rd and dedicated to the memory of Mark Stegall. After a short notice and almost disastrous leaving of the batteries on a charger at home this shoot went well until the batteries died on the GoPro so we missed a couple landings at the end but its all good that’s life!
The music track is one of my favorite Sapient songs remixed, peep his site www.sapientkills.com make sure you grab his new album “Tusks” and check out the video he produced for the remix, it’s one of my favorite music videos it’s so raw and well done you would think he is a video editor, dude is a savage!
Adrian and Ryan show you just how fun both parks are up at Timberline!
Here is the bonus footage as promised!
Check out IAME (of Sandpeople/Oldominion) new video “Felt So Real + Today” feat. Toni Hill & Dj Delay off of his upcoming album “LAME”. Find links to download the song at www.heavennoise.com! Support his new Album at http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/iame/
Got in some fun days last week with some fresh dry light powder and some sunshine! Here is some footage of the Conway Park in the sun, plus they are starting to build Paintbrush! Also glad to get Sapient on board for music he is one of my local favorites! Make sure you pick up his new album “Barrels for Feathers” at sapientkills.com! So make sure you to get you grab some free downloads while your there, it’s some of the best Hip Hop music coming out of Portland, probably the nation, so don’t sleep!
Watch the YouTube version
My good friend and fellow media pusher Dast over at www.sandpeoplemusic.com posted this for the people! Make sure you grab another solid free album from the Sandpeople crew and if this is just some of IAME’s old tracks and B-sides, I can’t wait to hear the new album dropping this Fall!
LIGHTFIGHTER is a collection of previously unreleased songs and instrumentals from around 2006, featuring Reva Devito, DJ Delay, and production by IAME, SmokeM2D6, Sapient, $imple, and Zebulon Dak. LIGHTFIGHTER is 16 tracks of quality music and is FREE for your listening pleasure. Don’t sleep and download this album now at www.heavennoise.com
1. LIGHTFIGHTER Intro (Produced by Zebulon Dak)
2. Demons Behind the Music (Produced by SmokeM2D6)
3. Here to Stay (Produced by SmokeM2D6)
4. Robo Sheen Instrumental (Produced by IAME)
5. Very Hip Hop feat. Reva Devito & DJ Delay (Produced by SmokeM2D6)
6. They Don’t Care (Produced by Sapient)
7. Spinal Tat Instrumental (Produced by $imple)
8. Momentary Forever (Produced by IAME)
9. Flood of Random (Produced by IAME & $imple)
10. Call the Handyman Instrumental (Produced by $imple)
11. The Memo (Produced by IAME)
12. Let’s Go Out (Produced by IAME & Zebulon Dak)
13. Desperate Times Instrumental (Produced by IAME)
14. Donation Basket (Produced by IAME)
15. True Story (Produced by SmokeM2D6)
16. Speed of Light Instrumental (Produced by $imple)
I’m sure you guys have heard me talking about this group at some point or another and for good reason! The Sandpeople have been hard at work for years progressing Hip-Hop towards a more positive message with lyrics that have great depth and content. I’m very picky when it comes to Hip-Hop you won’t hear much about cash, cars and chicks on my playlist! That is where the Sandpeople fit in, from their first album “Points of View” they captured something I was always looking for in hip-hop: reality. No I’m not talking about them rapping about how “real” they are (if you have to claim it all the time, it’s probably to cover for how unreal you really are) but how they manage to put daily life into their songs and create something I think a lot more people can relate to. The one thing I know for sure is they keep putting out great music year, after year and every time I play it for somebody they ask “who is this? It’s really good!” so I wanted to share this with my friends who haven’t got a chance to ride in my car or hang out at my house! They have three free albums you can download at www.sandpeoplemusic.com. With their main producer Sapient at the helm they’ve been getting even better! I recommend downloading all of the albums, but “Famine Friends” Sapient’s latest solo album is one of the best I’ve heard in a long time. After you are done playing those out make sure to grab The Prime’s “One Uppers” Sapient and Luckyiam from Living Legends combine to one up the industry!
If you live in Portland make sure you check out Debaser’s “Peerless” CD release party this Saturday May 8th only $5. The Sandpeople Crew will be there along with some other guests for more info go peep the facebook event page.
Sapient’s relentless persuit of perfection and his ablility to stay awake longer than anyone else is paying off for you! Here are the links to two more tracks off Debaser’s new album that were leaked!
Debaser “Don’t Sleep f/ The Grouch”
We are hosting a family Friendly Break Dance party/Art Festival down at the Salmon Street Studio on New Years Day! There will be free food, art hanging on the walls, live musical performances, and break dancing by Oregon’s best crews. Donations are accepted at the door by the Forty Fifth Parallel Oregon Zulus Universal Nation. All the money raised in this event will go towards putting in a dance floor in the studio for break dancing and other events! Come down check us out we might even have a suprise video showing more details later this week! Friday, January 1st from 6pm-9pm at 109 SE Salmon Street Suite C, Portland, Oregon 97214
I got a sneak preview of this one the other night it’s a must have! Luckyiam from Living Legends and Sapient of Sandpeople the two strongest of their respective crews join forces to One Up the rap game. Support good changes in music go get “One Upper”s by The Prime – Download One Uppers on iTunes
Preview and download songs from One Uppers by The Prime on iTunes. Buy One Uppers for just $9.99.