Once again this year I’m really happy to be a part of the latest production by Vancouver’s Some Assembly Theatre Company, entitled ‘The Wait List Experiment’. Working long-distance on the music and sound for a production like this is a challenge, but director Valerie Methot and I have established a great working relationship and I […]
I have been very fortunate to contribute music to Vancouver-based Some Assembly Theatre company’s production ‘Breakwater’. Artistic director Valerie Methot and I have known each other for many years, but it has only been in the last couple of years that we started working together when she invited me to compose music for her previous […]
I’m excited to announce the release of a new track with my good friend and collaborator, electronic music producer John Sellekaers. The track, Badlands (Hex), is being released tomorrow, May 7th, for Bandcamp Friday, as part of the Paranthèses Records 10th anniversary compilation series. Both volumes are FREE (pay what you like) on BC! Badlands […]
Thankfully, 2020 is coming to a close.Since the global crisis hit in March, I’ve been working hard on new music. ‘Refractions’ is an EP of 4 pieces that marks my first foray into recording and mixing my own music, working primarily from home, a blend of acoustic percussion sounds and digital mixing techniques. &amp;lt;a href=”https://patrickgraham.bandcamp.com/album/refractions”&amp;gt;Refractions […]
Since the global collapse of public concerts in March, like a lot of artists, I’ve been working to augment my ability to produce a variety of content online. This has led to some significant upgrades in a short time: new microphones, cables, stands, lights, a new Zoom L-8 mixer, a new Bose speaker, Final Cut… […]
So much has changed in the past several weeks, it feels like a lifetime has past. I am struggling to find the time and mental space to be creative. It’s certainly not easy and like many people, I think the only solution is to just carry on… So during the past weeks I have been […]
On March 13th, I launched my new solo disc, Lumina. Thanks to the Centre des Musiciens du Monde and the Canada Council for the Arts for their support. Audio & video by John Klepko. Both videos feature a pretty wide dynamic range: headphones are recommended!