Posted in May 2014

Wychdoktor – Burial Grounds – Klomb Remix

Wychdoktor – Burial Grounds – Klomb Remix

Wychdoktor explores themes of mythology, ritual, despair and isolation by experimenting with distorted drums, harsh synths and rhythmic noise. Wychdoktor has an LP out titled Ritual, he was featured on the OIL compilation. (“The Ottawa Industrial League is a collection of industrial musicians from Ottawa, Ontario, Canada who are here to prove that Ottawa knows … Continue reading

Gather Inspiration From Everywhere

A true artist can find anything compelling. Anything can be interesting. Boredom is often a term expelled by those that are boring. I’m looking at the textures of my closet door, they are rippled, white and they remind me of throwing stones into a pond, the way the waves ripple and echo. It is pleasing … Continue reading

On The Over Saturation of EDM

From May 6-10 in Toronto it was Canadian music week, they’re on their 32nd year. Musicians are always in attendance and its a really big thing here. “CANADIAN MUSIC WEEK is recognized as one of the premier entertainment events in North America focusing on the business of music. The Canadian Music Week festival spans 5 … Continue reading

How To Come Up With An Artist Name

What’s in a name? A hell of a lot. Given names affect how people perceive you, so it should not stop at an artist name. I write this tongue in cheek, but I think there should be purpose behind your artist name. An artist should get that perception is everything, so they should be inclined to … Continue reading

Time to get Pumped: Music Study

Fitness and Music are a big part of my life. I’m always banging something out. Whether that be banging some keys, a dumbbell, guitar or a barbell something is always moving. I’m always attempting to improve myself in one of these aspects. Recently, a study came out saying what most people that are fanatical about … Continue reading