Come see what the students of Seneca’s Independent Music Production program have been working on during the past 8 months! This is a free event and you’ll receive our CD to take home!
Thursday May 17th, 2018
423 College St, Toronto, ON M5T 1T1
Doors at 6:00pm – Starts at 7:00pm
*ALL AGES SHOW*
// Alex Nunes
Alex Nunes is a singer songwriter from Ajax Ontario. Through the use of haunting music and musings on the human condition, Alex strives to evoke emotion and thought from the minds and souls of his listeners.
// A.M Davis
A.M Davis is a Canadian/Jamaican self-produced Rap & R&B artist from Toronto, Ontario. Known for his catchy melodic hooks and smooth lyrical verses, he represents his own unique brand of music. Currently working on his third full length project set to release in June, Davis is focused and prepared for the best to come.
// Carlie Garland
Sweet, catchy indie acoustic-folk with R&B influences.
// Cdet aka Mr.G
Cdet aka Mr.G born and raised in Scarborough, Toronto. Influenced by artists such as 2Pac, Eminem, and Young Buck. He is a street rapper with a story to tell. He paints the picture with his words so the listener can visualize the story.
// Creag Winacott
Self-taught acoustic thumbstyle indie folk blues.
// Evo Da $aint
// Gravity Well
Electronic post-rock music project from Toronto created by keyboardist and producer Scott Drakeford. Its goal is to explore new ground with electronic instrumentation that moves beyond the static sounds and loops of the dance floor, to include the rousing orchestration of post-rock, the intimate textures of ambient music, and the overwhelming sonic force of shoegaze and doom metal.
HEAVEN is a Scarborough-born singer-songwriter and musician. Her vocals are heard as unique, soft and sweet. She describes her music style as "creative indie".
// Johnny Kennedy
Johnny Kennedy is an emerging singer/songwriter in the Canadian Country music scene from New Tecumseth, Ontario. He plays what he likes to call "Cottage Country Music", original country songs about growing up in the country and life at the cottage in the summer. Johnny has played at the Winterfolk XVI Blues and Roots Festival at The Black Swan Tavern, as well as The Schomberg Fair, and in the summer he has played gigs on the docks in Muskoka.
18 year old creator born and raised in Toronto, Ontario. Known for her meaningful lyricism and melodies. Genres include Pop, Trip-hop, R&B, Pop/Rock, Soul and many more.
// Mitch Brolese
An eagle in a world of pigeons, Mitch Brolese brings versatility to his music and truly represents diversity in terms of his multi-instrumental proficiency.
// Noam H
Noam has played some iconic Toronto stages such as the El Mocambo, Sneaky Dee's and the (now closed) Hard Rock Cafe and has decided to bring his swampy, funky feel into the studio to complete his Solo EP. Alongside his solo music career, Noam is also a freelance producer/engineer and instrument technician.
// Scott Thiessen
"Attention to detail. The mark of a pro." - Dr. Linda Moroziuk
From Thunder Bay, Scott Thiessen is living in Toronto to pursue his music career. His music is a mix between soul & pop, sounding familiar to Sam Smith and Adele. After creating buzz online with his weekly cover videos, Scott is beginning to make his mark on the stages around Toronto, as he gears up to record his debut album.
// Talking Violet
"...it’s an effervescent treat for the ears; like a wonderful sonic fusion between Best Coast and Deftones." - Get In Her Ears (U.K.)
Since forming in 2016, Talking Violet has worked tirelessly to leave a mark on whoever's ears their music reaches. Blending shoegaze with dream pop and 90's emo influences, the band recently released their debut EP "Round Dreams" and received international airplay from several locations in Canada, the U.S., and Europe. Talking Violet plans to play in locations across Canada this summer to further promote the EP.
// Timothy Dreary
Ambient gloom pop from Hamilton, Ontario.