Brady Lem grew up lapping Hyland Hills, an iconic Minnesota ski hill with a fast tow rope and proper park. It was at Hyland that he developed the astute ability for riding rails that he has since taken with him to both resort and street locations around the world. While Brady has a fondness for steel when he's on his snowboard, when he's scrolling through Spotify, his playlist is more melodic—he gets enough heavy metal when he's stacking clips. Because Brady's boarding style is so easy on the eyes, we tapped him to provide a playlist that's music to his ears. Because it's these tunes, as well as a detune, that Brady takes with him when he's dropping in. – Mary Walsh
Name: Brady Lem
Home Resort: Hyland Hills, Minnesota
Sponsors: DC, Dragon, Union Binding Co, The House Boardshop
First Tracks (music that wakes you up): "Come on Home", Lijadu Sisters.
Pow Ballad (favorite song to ride pow to): "Big White Cloud", John Cale.
Jib Jam (favorite song to jib to): "Still Trippin'", Mike Jones, Slim Thug and Paul Wall.
Rock Ride (what song pumps you up the most during a session): "Bawitdaba", Kid Rock.
Cool Down (what's your mellow post riding song): "Sleepwalk", Santo and Johnny.
Pre Aprés (what do you listen to before you go out at night): "Miks Tulet Mun Luo", Jori Hulkkonen Remix.
What is your favorite video part song of all-time? "Dead of Alive", Jazz Cartier. Dillon Ojo, Encore.
What video part song that you've used have you been most stoked on? "Daylight, Sunset", White Bats.
If you could be one rock star, who would it be? Limp Bizkit.
Simple Guilty Pleasures (what are you ashamed to admit you actually like): 2000’s hip hop and R&B.
Turn it Down (music you can't stand): Any sort of Dubstep.
Turn it Off (worst song ever): Anything Ed Sheeran.