The Country wide Parcs certainly are a hip-hop group and multimedia collective originally formed in 2001 as the live band for Montreal DJ Freeworm. The trio, which includes Vincent Letellier (aka Freeworm) (music and lyrics), Chimwemwe Miller (music and lyrics), and Ian Cameron (movie director), primarily use nature-based examples such as for example wood-splitting and drinking water dripping; a way for music producing that started with Freeworm’s 2000 recording Vegetation = Gas. The Country wide Parcs had been also in the helm for 2003’s SOLAR POWERED ENERGY (also released beneath the Freeworm name), but 2007’s Timbervision was the 1st recording officially released beneath the moniker from the Country wide Parcs. Using the three users having been given birth to in Quebec, Malawi, and Uk Columbia, respectively, the group’s sample-heavy audio displays their eclectic preferences in hip-hop, folk, Afro-beat and religious music. The all-nature concept recording Timbervision premiered in 2007 like a Compact disc/Dvd and blu-ray. Included on the Dvd and blu-ray are music video clips for each monitor and short video clips demonstrating the way they got their examples. The group spent 2 yrs on / off recording all of the materials (both video and musical) in the countryside of Quebec.