"Here's some new information about us.Please feel free to pass this stuff
around. All of our buildings our designed to be solar and wind
Also, get a load of this:
"Utah needs you!
Don't worry though I'll keep it warm for you. ELECTRIC SAMPLING NECKTIE!?!?
Genius,man,simply genius! How,Where can I get one!?
Check out what I'm up to in Utah at www.gorilladesign.org"
I am Samoan and Black and my parents like my music.
I wear my sampler. With my electric necktie, I sample and loop my way through original, improvised urban folk music. Both hip hop and soul, the music carries a message of independence, self-reliance and responsibility to the world. And it brings the funk ‘cause if you wear the sampler you must...because one runs the risk of electrocution. One man, one machine, one message united by the beat. That’s my music homie.
Beatbox happens first. A few bars and then it is looped. Next a quick melody line and a harmony. Finally, the bass drops in and the lyrics begin. Within a few minutes, the whole song comes pounding out of me.
I am a dedicated husband and father of two bouncy children with the beautiful, April Freeman and we are living happily ever after, thank you very much. I have completed two album projects released on Cuezone Records with members of the Cuezone Collective and United Dope front, a Denver area acid jazz outfit. (www.cuezonerecords.com) The first album “Liquid Acrobats” was released in 2004. I also completed a self released album last December and the newest album produced by the superbly staffed and ridiculously TuMan Productions (Matt Lowe and Mike Jaramillo, www.tumanproductions.com)
When I ain’t doing music, I work as a graphic designer and videographer/motion graphics person. I am an artist and I like Samoan food and my wife. I think cows should be eaten politics should be discussed by the masses in public on television. Everything else has nothing to do with the web. Ask me when we talk face to face homie.