I Am My Enemy With a combination of introspective lyrics and a raw, but technically refined style, IAME is keeping Portland known for it’s production of heavy hitters. LifeAlert Experimental Hip Hop music, inspired by life and death under the gray skies of the Pacific Northwest. The Disappointment EP A concise EP that showcases everything from punchline driven rhymes to painfully honest introspection; this is the sound of learning and growing the hard way. We Our Environment Debut album from Salt Lake City emcee & producer duo DopeThought and Worth. Jisatsu no otōsan A blissfully melancholic collection of lofi instrumentals. Ewe Gross An innovative blend of hard hitting instrumentals and soul stirring rap songs from Portland, Oregon bred emcee & producer IAME and his elusive band Wool See. Lame The third solo album by IAME (pronounced “I Am Me”) is called “Lame” — a title inspired by a common misprint of his name and his general sentiment towards popular culture. The Deaf Kid Mixtape Free bonus fun to accompany IAME’s Lame$tream album. Secondhand Smoke (The Extended Cut) Another classic album from Goldini Bagwell and producer Pmpee Beats. All Your Friend’s Friends (Compilation) A seminal Northwest Hip-Hop compilation, produced entirely off of samples pulled from the catalogue of legendary indie-label K Records. Sync To Me (Single) Little Warrior kicks off 2018 with a stunning new single. Secondhand Smoke (X-Ray EP) FREE, 7-song EP featuring Illmaculate, Al-One, Sleep, Serge Severe, IAME, DJ Spark, and DJ Delay. Produced entirely by Pmpee Beats. LIGHTFIGHTER A collection of previously unreleased songs and instrumentals from around 2006, featuring Reva Devito, DJ Delay, and production by IAME, SmokeM2D6, Sapient, $imple, and Zebulon Dak. So Far Away (Single) Singer-songwriter Little Warrior is back with another collaborative single between her & producer Ryan Short. Ethereal Collaborative debut from two Northwest legends, boasting production from Smoke M2D6 of Oldominion and additional vocals from singer/songwriter Little Warrior. Shed 17 tracks that embody an unseasonably warm summer endured by a pale rapper/producer in the Pacific Northwest. Porcelain Porcelain features Open Mike Eagle, IAME, Goldini Bagwell and more. Winter Worn EP This four-song EP, inspired by the holiday season and cold-world realities, serves as an introduction to Wool See – IAME’s new one-man-band. Posting While High A follow up effort to his self-titled 2008 release, THNDRTHF’s Posting While High is a bulk status update consisting of everything from complete songs to half-finished ideas, as well as a plethora of instrumentals. Lame$tream Post-swag music for a new day and a new wrong. Be Still, My Beating Heart Sessa’s debut EP of lush instrumental music. Wool See – Cold Like North Dakota (Single) Wool See flips Lil Yachty’s “Minnesota” into a song about Standing Rock, Flint & more. Noise Complaints The debut solo album from IAME, is over 73 minutes of raw hip-hop, with intelligent wordplay and incredible production, from one of the Northwest’s top up and coming MCs. How Do I Be Strong (Single) Written by Little Warrior and produced by Ryan Short, “How Do I Be Strong” features hauntingly emotional vocals layered over a lush and driving beat. My Own Worst Enemy (Cover) Little Warrior covers Lit’s “My Own Worst Enemy” Homie Garden Growth isn’t always easy.. especially when you’re growing into a pale, introverted rap weirdo. Fever Ten tracks of moody soul, blunted romance, and late on the rent funk. Leaving / Left Inspired by a cross-country move, Wool See’s 4th full-length album is brimming with personal lyrics, heavy drums, and vibrant melodies. Triceracorn Self titled debut from Seattle/Bellingham, WA based duo Triceracorn. This is an official re-release of their 2011 album, with the addition of a few brand new songs and beats, along with some extra blood, sweat and tears. Due Yesterday An 18 track project consisting of rare Clockwerk tracks along with some new unreleased material. Long Story, Short… (EP) An ironclad project that walks the fine line of being both accessible and impressive, while ensuring the emcee’s talents and numbers are on full display. Honest Racket In the cloudy and gray corner of the country not known for its bountiful supply of physical sand, an inappropriately named force is emerging.