|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Dry Puddles LP||27||Audio||2004||Sandpeople Music|
|3||Make More||15||Audio||2009||Sandpeople Music|
|4||Barrels For Feathers||15||Audio||2010-08-31||Sandpeople Music|
|5||Instrumentals Vol. A||13||Audio||2008||Sandpeople Music|
|7||Make Morphine - The Remixes||14||Audio||2009-09-01||Sandpeople Music|
|8||Famine Friends||16||Audio||2009-11-01||Sandpeople Music|
|9||Famine Feathers: A Compilation||18||Audio||2010-12-22||Sandpeople Music|
|10||Eaters Volume One: Tusks!||16||Audio||2011||Sapientkills.com|
|11||GunWings: A Barrel For Feathers Redux||13||Audio||2012||Not On Label|
|12||GunWings: A Barrel For Feathers Redux||13||Audio||2012||Sapientkills.com|
|13||Slump (Special Edition)||13||Audio||2013||Camobear Records|
The Artist Sapient is already an established artist, as both a producer and a member of Northwest heavies The Sandpeople. In 2009, he produced and released an album with Luckyiam of the Living Legends, called The Prime, and released multiple albums under the name [a=Debaser (5)], with childhood friend Ethic. He has collaborated with rap superstars including Cage, [a=Eyedea], POS, [a=Living Legends], Grouch, and [a=Grayskul], and has produced for indie rap behemoths such as [a=Aesop Rock], Slug of Atmosphere, [a=Souls of Mischief], and many, many more.
Raised by a mother and father who played violin and guitar, respectively, Marcus Williams fell in love with music at an extremely early age.The name Sapient was first seen in Krylon lights on the streets of his hometown of Portland, Oregon. Facing Grafitti charges at 18, he decided to concentrate on music as a means to spread his name. What began with self-manufactured CDs passed to friends in high school quickly became his livelihood. By 21, he was able to quit his day job and pay his bills selling beats and mixing tracks for his crew. At 26, Sapient supports his wife and child, stress eating away his stomach lining as he spends his day producing beats, writing songs and reading business journals to figure out how to better promote himself.
A rising indie star in the age of major label apocalypse, Sapient pours fuel on the fire by providing his fans with basement-made free music that’s better than 98% of the crapola flooding the free market. His massive yearly output of thought-provoking solo projects, genre defying collaborations and dope instrumentals keeps his fanbase jocking his music year-around. While other artists put out an album every few years, Sapient is constantly working on providing his fans with something new. Get your free albums at Sapientkills.com.