This mission statement from Deep reminds me of the GO HARD. SUPERSTAR. state of mind.
Breakdancer and DJ Huy Pham from Portland has been leading the dance scene in Portland for years. He’s one of those guys that I’ve known for years and am impressed and inspired every year he keeps doing what he’s doing, and all for the love of it.
There are so many young folks out there doing their thing. Not all of them will continue to pursue their dance passions as the realities of the “real world” creep in. That’s why it’s so important and makes sense for people like Huy Pham to create opportunities for others. It reminds us to be balanced and in this world, you’re allowed to pick your own adventure.
The Deep dance party tour is coming to Seattle in June 1.
Justmoni + WD4D at Washington Hall Sunday Night with Hollis on backup vocals.
Carepackage.bandcamp.com get it.
Ka.lil dropped a little music video in the middle of the night like it ain’t no thing. He wears a furry head piece. Ya know…it’s cool. Oh, by the way, keep an eye out for his solo project this June.
Soooo, someone’s been holding out on us, and we don’t blame him. We learned that to be an actual artist in the scene, you actually need to stay home, hone your craft, and actually do the work in creating your art.
So we don’t hate on anyone going MIA, we know what you’re probably up to.
But this guy, Mr. Mikey McClarron, a professional socialite, managed to be everywhere (emceeing nightly club events, working on Rich Kids Brand, and more) and stil produce this amazing project, “Craving Amazing.”
I haven’t asked him yet, but I wonder if this was just a project he needed to get out as a form of expression just to say what he needed to say, or if there are bigger plans to move into the musician/artist world.
Well, when anyone puts up a website like this, you know there’s more to come.
I see you McClarron…
Free download at www.cravingamazing.com
Follow @McClarron @CravingAmazing
People will kill you over time, and how they’ll kill you is with tiny, harmless phrases like ‘be realistic.’ — Dylan Moran