For those who missed it (or were out of broadcast range), yesterday's interview with Ian Urbina and myself on CBC London's London Morning is now available to stream!If you're interested in learning more about The Outlaw Ocean (and its subsequent music project), hear about its inception and musical expansion from the author himself. ... See MoreSee Less
A teaser for Under a Red Sky, my forthcoming release with journalist and author Ian Urbina – inspired by his latest book, The Outlaw Ocean.The teaser features the track 'Red Sky (Morning)'. The footage was collected by Ian and his team while researching the book and the multitude of experiences of those that live and work on the open ocean.Under a Red Sky will be released August 7th, 2020 via Synesthesia Media & The Outlaw Ocean Music Project.For more, visit theoutlawocean.com and theoutlawoceanmusic.com. ... See MoreSee Less
Excited to finally announce a project I’ve been keeping quiet the last several months...On August 7th I’ll be releasing a collaborative mini-LP with investigative journalist and author Ian Urbina. The album, entitled Under a Red Sky, is part of an ongoing series of releases inspired by and built around sounds collected for, his latest book, The Outlaw Ocean. The book investigates the ongoing atrocities of the open sea, including the fishing and shipping industries, profiling those directly affected on the way. It’s a heavy, but fascinating read, and has changed the way I think about the cost of convenience in my daily life. Many of those profiled in the book live in extremes, some never coming back to land for years in the fishing industry and are basically held captive - they have no health care, HR, or recourse for abuse. Slavery is alive and well in the ocean. How does this idea of blending music with journalism further promote the book and promote awareness of the content - can awareness of these atrocities bring pressure to local governments to go after these bad actors and allow for positive change?When Ian first reached out back in February, I was immediately captivated by the project. The idea of merging music with journalism wasn’t a concept I had ever considered, however, as an avid news junkie - I felt it was a natural fit. It’s been nothing short of an honour to be involved with this project, in addition to releasing this alongside artists who have inspired me for years, including Yoni Wolf / WHY?, Kettel, Christopher Willits, and Teen Daze.Expect some teasers to pop online over the next few weeks leading up to the release. In the meantime, check out the rest of the catalogue at theoutlawoceanmusic.com... ... See MoreSee Less
Had the pleasure of working on this EP w/ WHOOP-Szo, in addition to providing a remix of the track "Cut Your Hair" (not an easy task when working with such a strong track)...More details via the link below – plus a chance to check out the other "Cut Your Hair" remix, courtesy of the homie Zoon! The whole EP is available June 5th via You've Changed Records. ... See MoreSee Less
at first - nice color processing.
2nd - guns?! dangerous place - means strong documentary.
3rd - music vibe is great.
4th - editing
Good job, sir!
#TBT: After a brief hiatus, my first proper LP ‘Sunrise, Sunset’ (under the alias Cinéma Vérité) is back online and available for streaming via Apple Music, Deezer, Spotify, et al! Nearly 9 years old, the record was released in 2010 by indie-pop label Le Grand Magistery, and features remixes from vitaminsforyou & Montag.For those expecting IDM, don’t – as the homie Gabriel Koch put it, “this is Wes Anderson pop!” Stream now via the link below... ... See MoreSee Less
Where's the link to stream on youtube? Or is there soundcloud?
Mini-tour with ilkae announced! Join us out in the following cities for some good ol' fashioned experimental IDM...11/12: Toronto, ON – IDP Toronto, Vol. 4: Ilkae w/ Zachary Gray & bioMecanico11/13: Windsor, ON – Ilkae w/ Zachary Gray & Camcussion11/14: London, ON – Odyssey Presents: ilkae w/ Zachary Gray & Slow Attack EnsemblePoster design by nkurence. ... See MoreSee Less
It's not every day you wake up to find out Broken Social Scene is performing a song you co-wrote, but that's exactly what happened...Toronto! Check out BSS alongside the homies WHOOP-Szo as they play our track "All My Friends" later tonight for Harbourfront Centre's Canada Day celebrations... Wish I could be there to see it myself! ... See MoreSee Less