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Irregular Sizes aka Sandesh Meghnath. Photo: Corinne Blouin.

#ottmusic weekly: 4 new songs added to the @apt613 playlist

By Apartment613 on March 8, 2021

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“Things are Changing” by Irregular Sizes // Irregular Sizes is the music project of Sandesh Meghnath. Born in Durban, South Africa and now living in Ottawa, music has been his “constant companion.” Growing up he immersed himself in music doing everything from playing tabla in Indian community groups, to performing classical music on the French horn. His latest release sees Irregular Sizes been exploring synthesizers, electric guitar and drums machines. The new Moments of Stillness and Clarity EP came out on March 3 via Ottawa’s Music.Art.Ppl label. [Bandcamp]

“Et quart” by Simon Provencher // Hull resident Simon Provencher released his second single of the year, an experimental electro-acoustic track made with clarinet loops played by Elyze Venne-Deshaies. Both “Et quart” and the earlier single “Choix multiples” form a preview of Provencher’s Mesures EP due March 26 via Michel Records. [Bandcamp]

“Nadine” by HILOTRONS // Mike Dubue aka HILOTRONS is joined in studio by the Ottawa guitarist Alex Moxon and drummer Pascal Delaquis for this take on “Nadine” by film composer Ennio Morricone. The original appears in the soundtrack for 1973 French film, Le Serpent, clips of which are sampled for this HILOTRONS music video. [Bandcamp]

“I Want It” by The All Canadian Soundclash // Brooding, yet uplifting are two ways to describe Ottawa singer-songwriter Andrew Michelin and his indie folk alt-rock project The All Canadian Soundclash. He recorded the track with award-winning producer and musician Dale Murray (Joel Plaskett, Buck 65, Matt Mays) and drummer Jordi Comstock, both based in Nova Scotia. “With me being in Ottawa, and the others out east, we were forced to find a different way to record,” says Michelin. Murray and Comstock recorded at Murray’s Farmhouse Studio, while Michelin contributed his portions from his home studio. [Soundcloud]

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