1. Andrew Munger's 1994 film about Toronto Hip Hop.
    Please check out the website: http://makesomenoisemovie.tumblr.com/
    Also, check out the interview with the director: http://ugsmag.com/2011/02/make-some-noise-a-1994-canadian-hip-hop-documentary/

    Copyright: Andrew Munger/Ultramagnetic Productions

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  2. http://ugsmag.com/2011/01/thrust/

    Christopher “Thrust” France maybe best remembered for his verse on the Rascalz classic, DJ Kemo produced “Northern Touch“, featuring Canadian notables Choclair and Kardinal Offishall. But his legacy stretches much further than a dope 12” or a couple of popular music videos. Living in Toronto – Thrust’s home and arguably the center of mainstream “urban” culture in Canada – it’s clear that the man’s incredibly popular. Little known fact: Thrust appeared in a 1990 Kids in the Hall skit (he was 15 at the time) and for the past few years, he has served as a music instructor, teaching hip hop production (as well as the occasional history lesson) at Harris College. He is probably the youngest Canadian hip hop artist to date and gained much of his hip hop identity from the source – summers in New York City circa late ‘80s-early-‘90s. With the exception of some pioneers: Michie Mee, Maestro, Dream Warriors and a handful of others, few in Canada were making rap music or breaking into the U.S. market, getting radio play or making a living on it. In the days before broadband and before everybody and their best-friend’s homie rapped or made beats, hip hop in Canada only played on a few select radio stations across the country. This is the environment where Thrust came up in, which makes him a significant figure – even if you can’t name one of his albums. I caught up with a slimmer, rejuvenated Thrust at “Slept-On Studios” on Toronto’s East side.


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  3. Working together with Chopshopmedia I created all the Sound Design for The Cyber Dialogue conference, presented by the Canada Centre for Global Security Studies at the Munk School of Global Affairs, University of Toronto. An Important Key was to provide a unique atmosphere for the trailer through the use of original Sound Design by synthesizing sounds from scratch without relying on premade libraries.

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  4. pictures by: b blommaert sounds by: tomb blizzard

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  5. an animation about a scientist in a computerized cave.

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