"9/11 ON YOUR MUSICAL PREFERENCE" Produced by Wettworker Shot, Chopped & Directed by Kyle James-Patrick Our initial plan was to create a single shot video, with everyone laying down as we came back into the house... well, then things changed. I wanted to show how droll and monotonous the every sourced...
Fight, Fuck, Love is a story of three very different lovers who through collapsed communication, trap themselves all in an emotional iron maiden.  
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Young Gauge is an Artist with a heavy story to tell. Unlike the other less genuine lyricists, Young Gauge takes his purely from experience, no matter how dark the story goes. Raindrops was shot on an appropriately cold, wet night in East Vancouver. The end product is brooding video with...
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"We went to the moon man, in a tin can, that's so cool, man." Hawk Eyes A small single serving kitchen in West Yorkshire played host to a great meeting between Hawk Eyes (then Chickenhawk) and KJP. Huddled around steaming brews with the odd piece of shag rolling tobacco littering...
Dirty Earth Vibrations (DEV) is a single electric pulsation from Devan Cayer. Gates of Splendor is a live recording from under the Burrard Bridge in Vancouver, British Columbia.
"Better keep my Arrow steady" One of the proudest production achievements, Hawk Eye's I Hate This, Do You Like It? was a zombie music video with a scale well beyond it's budget.
Sometimes, when you answer a Craigslists advert, you end up making "Kelownafornia". Dollah D and his tribe of Street Kingz Ent produced and recorded a song to celebrate the (nearly) West Coast styles of the Pacific North West. Featuring verses from Phillie (close your eyes and it's Eminim) Tha Kyd and...