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Inception (2010)

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Inception (2010)

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Inception (2010)

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Inception (2010)

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Inception (2010)

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Inception (2010)

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Inception (2010)

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The construction and filming of the Hallway Fight scene. (x)
Inception (2010)

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Inception (2010)

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Inception (2010)

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Very humbled to be chosen as one of Planet S’ ‘Soon-To-Be-Great Eight’ in this year’s music issue! This puts a bit more pressure on me to get going on the next project(s)!

Thanks again to everyone for their support on FUTURA and everything else I’ve been involved with and spammed you about!

RYAN STINSON

Though it wasn’t his first release, Saskatoon hip hop purveyor Ryan Stinson put out his EP Futura in early 2012, culminating in the video for his track “Rain”, which also featured Polaris Music Prize nominated rapper D-Sisive. Having grown up in Swift Current, Stinson was on the outskirts of the Saskatchewan music scene, but when he copped onto a thriving hip hop scene in Saskatoon, he started to learn beat-making and got his hands dirty.

“Since that time I’ve been a part of over 15 projects from artists across Canada, released three videos and taken over ownership and operations of Saskatoon’s beloved [independent hip hop label] Phonographique,” he says.

It’s hard to pin down his specific sound, as Stinson is fond of a sonic stick-and-move from album to album, and even from track to track. The song “DeLorean” off Futura is a buzzy, bassy knuckedown, while “Rain” is a mellow, beat- and guitar-driven mood-setter.

“I try to keep my sound evolving all of the time, since I’m a concept-based artist,” he says. “I think the best way to describe my sound would be to say that it’s mainly hip hop and downtempo influenced, with a little bit of electronic in there for good measure.

“I’m a big fan of artists that have the ability to keep building and developing their skill and sound throughout their careers, rather than hiding in their safety zone, so I hope to bring a progressive sound to the Saskatoon scene by pushing myself to develop from not only project to project, but also song to song.” /CS

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The original hand-written Oblique Strategies by Brian Eno and Peter Schmidt, 1974

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This is so great. The original cards can be found in Eno’s beautiful book, Visual Music.


I still have to scoop up some of these cards! austinkleon:


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The original hand-written Oblique Strategies by Brian Eno and Peter Schmidt, 1974

(via BRIAN ENO/ DARK SHARK)

Auto-reblog for being one of the greatest influences on me.

This is so great. The original cards can be found in Eno’s beautiful book, Visual Music.


I still have to scoop up some of these cards! austinkleon:


douglaswolk:

mirrormaskcamera:


The original hand-written Oblique Strategies by Brian Eno and Peter Schmidt, 1974

(via BRIAN ENO/ DARK SHARK)

Auto-reblog for being one of the greatest influences on me.

This is so great. The original cards can be found in Eno’s beautiful book, Visual Music.


I still have to scoop up some of these cards! austinkleon:


douglaswolk:

mirrormaskcamera:


The original hand-written Oblique Strategies by Brian Eno and Peter Schmidt, 1974

(via BRIAN ENO/ DARK SHARK)

Auto-reblog for being one of the greatest influences on me.

This is so great. The original cards can be found in Eno’s beautiful book, Visual Music.


I still have to scoop up some of these cards! austinkleon:


douglaswolk:

mirrormaskcamera:


The original hand-written Oblique Strategies by Brian Eno and Peter Schmidt, 1974

(via BRIAN ENO/ DARK SHARK)

Auto-reblog for being one of the greatest influences on me.

This is so great. The original cards can be found in Eno’s beautiful book, Visual Music.


I still have to scoop up some of these cards!

austinkleon:

douglaswolk:

mirrormaskcamera:

The original hand-written Oblique Strategies by Brian Eno and Peter Schmidt, 1974

(via BRIAN ENO/ DARK SHARK)

Auto-reblog for being one of the greatest influences on me.

This is so great. The original cards can be found in Eno’s beautiful book, Visual Music.

I still have to scoop up some of these cards!

beardTATTOO (moi avec mikedecline) gettin our Prairie Mouth on down in Riversdale #yxe a couple weeks back. Toques and jackets, hands in pockets.

A simple remix I did for shits and giggles. I think the vocal sample works well with the melody of the track. Ended up throwing some distorted organ and choir vocals on the hook too. I cut out Freeway’s verse.. fight me. 

I’m not very familiar with Amon Tobin, but this video was a great introduction to his philosophy and talents. 

Knowing that he is one of these modern day artists that splits the different styles of his work under different monikers is cool, but the explanation as to why he does it is the most interesting part. 

And that Fingerboard… 

Here’s the video for “Rain” featuring the homie D-Sisive. It’s directed by another homie Geordie Gescha of Souldatta Productions! Homies everywhere!

Read more at D-Sisive’s blog - "Ryan Stinson, Rain and the Mayor of Opposite Land"

BINKBEATS Beats Unraveled #6: J. Dilla Live Mixtape

Major Lazer - Aerosol Can ft. Pharrell Williams