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Available in Digital and Limited edition cassette. GRAB IT HERE!!!
Second Single off Dimly Lit Existence ft Shikha - FREE DOWNLOAD!

With beautifully hypnotizing vocals by Toronto based singer songwriter Shikha, supported by lush turntable manipulated sounds "Robotic Rain Cells" sets the mind up for a ride through a futuristic landscape covered in shimmering rain drops and dancing robots. [FREE DOWNLOAD]


Available April 15th in digital and tasty limited cassette tape format on What Rules Recordings. In the meantime here's the first single titled 'Temporary Gateway'. Enjoy!

SlowPitch - Temporary Gateway (Dimly Lit Existence album) by SlowPitch



A little taste of my first full length. Dimly Lit Existence will be released April 15th on What Rules Recordings in digital and limited cassette. Cover photograph by Rafal Karcz.
[OUT NOW!] - So excited about this!  Grab my new Ghost Fossil EP in glorious recycled cassette tape form, with bonus B-side filled with Toronto flavoured scifi turntablism or as a free high quality digital download today.
[GET IT HERE]. If you have any questions about it please don't be a stranger - just ask.
Also available in Toronto at both Sonic Boom Music locations.
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"complete with beats, scratches & layers & layers of sounds. Its a good listen all the way through. Recommended." - tablist.net

"imagine the more out-there extremities of 1990s Bristol “trip-hop” melding with the crackling weirdness of Pole or Basic Channel" - Toronto Star bit.ly/17OdHSE

A brand new EP is on the way! September 6th to be exact and there's a surprise. Check out the video for part one of my four part imaginary film score called Ghost Fossil. Also available for audio streaming HERE

Don't miss another chance to experience Emoralis in Toronto July 11th as part of Sound In Motion Festival. Had to prep my turntable and gear because this time the audio visual adventure will be enhanced with the addition of the SubPac!
Have a look at this Toronto Star article on the festival and it's importance to the Toronto music scene. [Read Here]