I'm Spencer and I'm a 20 year old musician, videographer, and artist. I'm from Cleveland, but i'm now attending school at the College-Conservatory of Music at the University of Cincinnati. While I enjoy producing music for others, recently my passion has been in creating my own music that can speak for itself. If you want to work together on music or video, please shoot me an email at sTuckBeats[at]gmail[dot]com.
To say I’ve been MIA on this site would be a huge understatement. As usual, I have way too many things “in progress”, and not enough things “completed”. I wish I had more to post on here, but I really don’t.
Anyways, I have this. This is basically version 2.0 of a video project I did for my Digital Video Production class. It’s still somewhat of a work in progress, so be on the lookout for a new version coming at some point this summer. Lately I have a hard time finalizing anything.
Shot in the Clifton and Corryville neighborhoods of Cincinnati.
Album #6 has been a long time coming. I’ve been working on this one since mid-August. I think that makes this the slowest turnaround I’ve ever had on an album. What you’re listening to now is actually the 3rd full draft of this album. I started over twice, because I wasn’t happy with where it ended up. I guess it was all worth it though, because I’m really happy with the finished product.
This is easily my most unique sounding album. I went all over the place and experimented with stuff I’ve never really considered. In my opinion, it’s a refreshing change from my usual style.
I don’t really wanna talk too much about it, at least not at this point, so just check out the album. It’s 100% free. If you like it, let me know, and pass it on to a friend or something. That would be super cool of you.
This is Sikili and I in South Sudan this summer. Both of her parents were murdered by the LRA, her mother was still holding her in her arms. When her mother was shot, Sikili fell to the ground, breaking her hip. She was able to escape with her uncle, and now lives in an orphanage in Yei.
2 years after a full recovery, she’s one of the most joyful people I’ve ever met. I don’t think she stopped smiling during the entire week we spent with her.
The latest film from Invisible Children serves as a behind the scenes of the KONY 2012 video, an update on the progress, and a plan for the future.
THIS VIDEO RESPONDS TO A LOT OF THE CONTROVERSY SURROUNDING KONY 2012.
Anyone who still is unsure of the legitimacy of the KONY 2012 cause needs to wake up. Having been to South Sudan this summer and personally meeting victims of Joseph Kony and his Lord’s Resistance Army, I can assure you that this situation is very real, and will continue to be a problem if something isn’t done.
Stick around for the end of the video to find out what you can do to help take the next step towards fixing the problem.
This summer, me and my family spent two weeks in South Sudan at a couple different orphanages. I’ve had a bunch of people ask me questions about the trip, so I figured I should upload some of the video that’s been sitting on my computer. This video contains a bunch of clips from the first half of the trip, at Harvesters Orphanage in the city of Yei. Once I get around to editing the second half, I’ll upload that too.
If you follow me on Twitter, Tumblr, or Soundcloud, you may have seen that I posted a couple random new things yesterday.
The first was called WOLVES. I was listening to music and found a random song that had to be sampled, and I kinda slapped something together really quick. Not sure what’s gonna happen to it, but keep a look out, because it may pop back up in a finished form sometime in the near future.
The second was called Hazel. I was listening back to some old samples I’d already used, and I felt like this one could use a fresh take. I kinda love the way it turned out. It’s just something random, so I didn’t even mix it, but it’s still good. It’s relaxing. I’ll probably never touch that one again though.
Head over to the Soundcloud to listen, or use the player to the right of the homepage.