This kid gets down. He looks like he is in deep concentration. This went viral in a week.
“Whirled Beat”. Seattle-area boy (age 10 at time of publish) enjoys exploring the undiscovered, percussive sounds of household appliances. He also owns a Pearl drum kit, has been taking lessons for over a year, but is mainly self-taught in general percussion. His main inspirations are Neil Peart and Buddy Rich.
The second single from Second Family’s “Gateway Drug” Album dropping this week exclusively at www.secondfamilyfirst.com. Produced by Terminill for Flatline Studios.
Fresh off releasing the True Theory Outtakes, Luck-One brings us his ode to Portland from his forthcoming project, True Theory, entitled “Sounds of My City” (produced by Chi Duly). I had a great time mixing this whole project and can’t wait til he releases it so everyone gets to hear it. Also, look out for the song I produced, “Monotheism”, when it drops with the rest of the project in March.
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Sounds of My City (produced by Chi Duly)
Had the opportunity to mix a track off Luck-One’s promotional disc, True Theory Outtakes, called “They Say”. Outtakes is a project Luck put out in anticipation of his full length release, True Theory. Production on Outtakes includes Goodwill, Sonny, Nonstop, Gen. Erik, and more. The official album, True Theory, drops sometime early next year. I mixed all of the songs on True Theory and produced one song entitled, “Monotheism”.
The Outtakes is a great project, but I’m really looking forward to the acclaim Luck is going to receive when the actual album drops. Luck is one of the most hardest working people I’ve seen in the Northwest and deserves all the shine he gets. Like the tracks say, “If these are the out takes, what does the album sound like?”
Click the picture to download the True Theory Outtakes and check the promo video.