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Outright Cypher – The Film [Review]

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Victoria, BC - What began as a humble meeting of eight friends in the parking lot of Victoria High School soon turned into a living and breathing entity that has grown exponentially. Outright Cypher is a film that documents the impact that a weekly meeting of MC’s, beat-boxers and enthusiasts has had on the people who attend.

The cypher itself has been alive for more than six years, bringing the city’s most talented out every Wednesday night. For many, OUTRIGHT has been a home away from home, a place to escape, relax, to practice an artform and to be with like minded individuals.

What separates OUTRIGHT from most cyphers is the dedication by the collective to ensure it’s all inclusiveness. The circle goes around, and everyone gets their shot. No one is turned away. It’s this feeling that has kept people coming back to this dusty lot year after year, week after week. This film is dedicated to those who created it, and to those who keep it alive. ORC for LIFE. Camera and Sound by Alex Miller, Darryl LeCraw and Dyland Newstead.

For more info, email Alex at aex.imagery@gmail.com, or just go to the end of North Park road on Wednesdays at 7pm! Check Outright Cypher the film below.

Outright Cypher - The Film [Video] - HipHopCanada.com

Outright Cypher - The Film [Video] - HipHopCanada.com

Outright Cypher - The Film [Video] - HipHopCanada.com

Outright Cypher - The Film [Video] - HipHopCanada.com

Outright Cypher - The Film [Video] - HipHopCanada.com

Outright Cypher - The Film [Video] - HipHopCanada.com

Outright Cypher - The Film [Video] - HipHopCanada.com

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Max has been producing, engineering and creating Hip-Hop music for the last 10 years. In 2011 he moved to London, England to study sound engineering with some of Europe's top engineers at Point Blank College of Music. Upon returning to Canada, Max enrolled at Nimbus School of Recording Arts where he continued his education in music production. He now resides in Vancouver where he operates a home studio and is actively involved with numerous local artists. Max is building his own production company Bodhi Tree Productions to assist unsigned artists with recording, mixing, mastering, grant writing and multiple other facets of artist development.

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