Mason Walker is the CEO of East Fork Cultivars, an Oregon craft cannabis farm. East Fork Cultivars are more than growers; they are cultivators. They look beyond their plants and work to create a brand that expounds on ideas and cultivates an educated community. East Fork Cultivars devotes itself to the development and preservation of sungrown cannabis, and believe that sustainable farming methods produce superior holistic medicine. Their desire to provide Oregonians with a superior plant based medicine drives their selection of cultivars that are high in CBD.
It’s their belief that CDB cultivars have the power to heal and bring relief to those in need. Rooted in a commitment to environmental and social responsibility, East Fork Cultivars takes great pride in the processes and practices implemented on their farm. Their mission is to develop and preserve sustainable sungrown farming methods to produce the highest quality organic CBD cannabis with a resolute commitment to environmental and social responsibility. We brought him in for a special Weedsday playlist with tunes fro Kaytranada, FKJ and more.
KAYTRANADA feat. Anderson .Paak — GLOWED UP
This track is my current go-to when I need a mental reset. It's somehow both dreamy and poignant, and Anderson .Paak delivers punchy verses with his soulful depth. Combine that with a distinct, stuttering beat, chorus backgrounds and moody tempo changes, and you have a journey in a song. I find myself turning it on mid-day, paired with a small pull on a CBD-rich vaporizer cartridge.
FKJ & Masego — Tadow
After a long day, I like to slip into Masego's echoing loops and dreamscapes. It's an easy way to shift gears from a busy schedule. The horns are hypnotic, and the hook is addictive. This track makes me think in slow motion — in a good way. I often turn here with some 1:1 chocolate.
Bruno Major — Wouldn't Mean a Thing
A real British crooner, Bruno Major has slowly crept into my playlists this winter. He's a skilled songwriter, and his compositions are far from lazy. This track crescendos nicely, has sweet, simple lyrics, and avoids trappings of current pop ballads that often stuff too much noise in. I like to pair this song with a solo session on the Pax.
Giant Panda Guerilla Dub Squad — Steady
Some feel-good new reggae rhythms. GPGDS has some good albums, but they're at their best live on a stage. This track has a centering effect for me, reminding me to be steady, calm, composed. Well-paired with a skinny, hand-rolled joint.
St. Paul & The Broken Bones — Call Me
Paul Janeway is a true force. He has great pipes, catchy lyrics and a ridiculously confident stage presence that I can't help but visualize when I listen to this track. It's short and earnest. I often turn to big-band soul for the raw emotion, which works well with a pre-rolled joint of something delicious.