EKM is opening for Industrial/Doom Rap artist Garbageface. This promises to be a wicked show!
Come on down to the Old East Village Block Party on Lorne Avenue on Saturday, July 19th, 2014. Tons of fun for the whole family.
The Dundas Street Festival celebrates the best of city living. All are welcome to walk, ride and play on a car-free Dundas Street in Downtown London. With art, music, food and fun, this cool and family-friendly annual event will leave you smiling, proud and satisfied. Dundas Street between Wellington and Ridout.
Noise Level CD Release Show to showcase "Dub Knowledge." Four artists - one great price! It's FREE!
CHRW Anniversary Party Benefit Show. Free admission with charitable donation or canned goods.
Sounds Like: Dead Voices on Air, Coil, Scanner, Nurse with Wound, Rob Angus
Label: Woodman Recordings & Castledrum Records, Relieved.ReC
Manager: Tracey Lee-Matthews, PANGAEA'S PEOPLE (Global Arts Network)
EKM, which features Ed Matthews (beats, loops, keys) and his son, Kevin (KORG Kaosillator and Kaos Pad), is a new side-project from London, Ontario electronic artist, Noise Level.
The goal of EKM is to return to the darker, more textured music that was once a staple of early Noise Level demo rec...See Full Bio
“This latest collaboration between electronic conceptualist Edward Matthews and son Kevin constitutes a streamlining of EKM’s sometimes unsettling but always intriguing amalgam of glacial pastorality and moments of vague unease. There’s a more sophisticated feel to the proceedings here, both in the way sound is being manipulated and presented and the fact that these compositions are so much more than just groupings of loops, beats and synth/software presets. A pertinent example is ‘The Man Who Loved Flowers (Main Theme),’ a beautifully hazy harkening back to classic Bill Laswell or Traffic in their John Barleycorn Must Die era. Within the sound resides much emotion, and it’s that all too human aspect of things that raises A Measured Response above the merely futuristic or artistically clever. – Rod Nicholson Performance: A/Production: B+ ”