Crime / Music
How You Can Help Seattle Musician IG88 Recover His Stolen Rig
by Dave Segal
on Tue, Apr 8, 2014 at 2:53 PM
Remember this sad post about Seattle electronic-music producer IG88 (Branden Clarke) getting his gear ripped off after he played a breast cancer benefit show? Now Clarke's offering more details about what exactly was stolen and how the public can help a brother out through a PledgeMusic campaign. He explains:
A few days ago, Shaprece and I played a benefit show for breast cancer awareness. After the set my gear was placed in the trunk of our car, while we were away some slick toed villain broke into the vehicle and stole the bags containing my laptop as well as all of my midi controllers. My whole life was in those two laptop bags and it has been nothing short of completely heartbreaking. I am reaching out to the you in hopes of potentially getting some assistance with replacing these items so that I can finish the projects on my plate, for myself and the other artists that I am working with in this crazy world.
After the jump, find a list of items that were stolen, along with the incident number.
Seattle PD Incident #: 2014-104402 13" MacBook Pro Serial # – W89493VA66D 8GB RAM Visual: Small dent in top right corner, Decibel & Nueva Forma stickers on the body on each side of the trackpad. Keith McMillen QuNeo Keith McMillen QuNexus Novation Launchpad Novation LaunchControl Belkin 7 port USB hub Bose AE2 headphones Thumb drive Dakine backpack – Dark Blue