Last year I did the vocal production, recorded, mixed and mastered this album for Toronto rapper Adrian Duncan and producer That’s Deep and I’m glad to see it finally released. I hate the wait.
Here is a brilliant home recording by Toronto pianist Artun Miskciyan which I helped him polish up for release.
I met Artun at Blue Sound in 2019. He had some chamber music recordings done at another studio but which needed some fixing up. I was immediately impressed not only by his virtuosity but also his keen ear for fine details in the recordings. He was exacting in his direction but enthusiastic about the process and … Read the rest “Chopin Mazurka in C-Sharp Minor Op. 63 No. 3 | Artun Miskciyan, piano”
I mixed an LP for Winnipeg pop/electronica artist Hush About the City between lockdowns last Summer. Now finally I get to watch the singles trickle out. This was one of my favourite cuts. Have a listen and show them some love on your favourite streaming platform.
Last year I worked with Stratford, ON artist Katelyn Biehn on this chill pop/R&B tune. I produced the vocal sessions, recorded acoustic guitar and contributed rhythm and production elements before mixing and mastering the single at Blue Sound in Toronto.
Stream or download by following this link: https://distrokid.com/hyperfollow/katelynbiehn/daydreamin
Back in 2019 I mixed this garage funk number for my friend Chris Chin (Edmund Stay). He put together this great video of him just losing his mind during lockdown.
I had the pleasure of recording, mixing and mastering this single by Nigerian singer Naranie Tam. She and multi-instrumentalist Kobena Aquaa-Harrison joined me at Blue Sound in Toronto in 2019 and recorded a couple improvised pieces including this one which we later developed, mixed and mastered together.
You can read more about the artist and the music in this lovely writeup on YAWA: https://yawamag.com/melanin-a-welcome-home/
From the article:
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My Favorite thing about Melanin is how Naranie’s
I mixed this sweet li’l ditty by my friend Dad (Mike Bilenki). Dad’s lawn is trimmed and his pop songwriting is on point.
I won’t pretend to understand the renewed market for cassettes. The nice thing is, people are buying them. It’s also very satisfying to submit a project and get something tangible back. These are two recent tapes I’ve contributed to, with very disparate aesthetics: