Ty Macdougall is a former amateur golden boy looking to box his way to a Canadian title. Now that he's moved to Edmonton and found a good gym, Ty explains his struggle to keep boxing in his life -- he is currently training for an upcoming fight with a former opponent: Gary Kopas. The fight ends up being a slugfest that's cheered on by Calgary fans, but the outcome of the match was not what either fighter expected. Afterwards Ty has to make tough choices to keep his hopes for a title shot alive.
Brad Sucks - 11 - Fluoride
(Fluoride was edited from its entire length in this video)
Senyawa - 05 - Warna
(This song was edited as to only include the beginning drum)
Waylon Thornton - 06 - Lost In A Cave
(Lost In A Cave was edited from its original length)
In this video a number of artists are interviewed about how they conceive their work and how it fits into a multidisciplinary event in Vancouver called the LAB ART SHOW; although this show and the artists involved are only a fraction of what exists in the larger community, they offer valuable insight through their work and words.
A huge thank you to GLITZ ENTERTAINMENT for letting us film the event, every artist involved in the show, and to all the artists who agreed to be interviewed and featured in this video.
*this video was independently produced by ICONOCHASM MEDIA. For more information please visit our website iconochasm.com
*All video music is courtesy of freemusicarchive.org.
*Both songs are Creative Commons 4 international licensed: non-comercial; no-derivatives.
*Summer Splifs was looped and is not the original song.
In this the first of the series of travels across the globe, follow your host Ben Dextraze as he visits Moscow, Russia.
Home to numerous heritage sites like Saint Basil’s Cathedral, Moscow also boasts the highest skyscraper in Europe in its Business District, and numerous estates and palaces waiting to be discovered. With redevelopments happening in places such as Gorky Central Park, the rebuilding of the Temple of Christ Our Savior and the wooden palace of Tsar Alexi the First at Kolomenskoye, Moscow is hoping keep it’s past alive while re-imagining its future.