Thursday, February 19, 2009
Monday, February 16, 2009
2. Blue Scholars - "Cornerstone"
3. Native Guns - "Slave Thinking"
4. Native Guns feat. Geologic - "Agitation Propaganda"
5. Iijima, Miyamoto, Chin - "Jonathan Jackson"
6. Bambu - "When Will The Time Come?" prod. by Will Bracy
7. Kiwi - "Gaza 2 Oakland" prod. by DJ Phatrick
8. Blue Scholars - "Back Home"
9. Chris Iijima - "Vietnamese Lament"
10. Iijima, Miyamoto, Chin - "War Of The Flea" (Senz of Depth Remix feat. Bambu)
11. Bambu - "Chairman Mao" (Paper Planes edit)
12. Blue Scholars - "Fire For The People"
13. Kiwi - "Cause"
14. Native Guns feat. Geologic - "Said It" (Asi Remix)
15. Iijima, Miyamoto, Chin - Divide & Conquer (Fatgums Remix feat. Geologic, Kiwi, & Bambu)
16. Chris Iijima Soliloquy
17. Kiwi - "Imagine"
18. Bambu - "Seven Months"
19. Blue Scholars - "Life and Debt"
Sunday, February 15, 2009
Saturday, February 7, 2009
Here's another track from the A SONG FOR OURSELVES film mixtape. Miles Senzaki (Senz of Depth) is on production and Bambu is on vocals. The mixtape will also feature a Chris Iijima-sampled Fatgums track featuring Geologic (Blue Scholars), Kiwi, and Bambu! Look out for the mixtape, coming soon from DJ Phatrick.
The homie Tad Nakamura has been putting in some major work for this film, so come out to the world premiere of A SONG FOR OURSELVES, a film about the life and music of Asian American troubadour Chris Iijima.
In addition to the film there will be live musical performances by BLUE SCHOLARS, BAMBU and KIWI.
Sat. Feb. 28, 2009 - 7:30p Aratani/Japan America Theatre2244 S. San Pedro St., Little TokyoDowntown Los Angeles
For tickets and info go to:asongforourselves.blogspot.com
A SONG FOR OURSELVES 2.28.09 Premiere Trailer from Tadashi Nakamura on Vimeo.
It sure is a small world up in this Asian American artists community:
Miles Senzaki is the former band leader of Ill Again. Randruff and Ajax were the Ill Again emcees before they became Novelists. Bookends, the Novelists' debut album, was produced by your boys Fatgums and Gammaray. Bookends features DJ ET, who recently completed the Social Documentation Masters Program at UCSC with Tad. A Song For Ourselves was conceived in this program. ET's corresponding UCSC film focuses on Kiwi. Kiwi is a former member of Native Guns, a group that also included DJ Phatrick and Bambu. Bambu and I are about to release ...A Peaceful Riot... this Spring. The only guest spot on ...A Peaceful Riot... is by The CounterParts' very own T-Know!