Omens, Oracles and Signs - Vol. 2, Lioness’ second single “What You Do Will Come Back To You”, was released digitally on April 27, 2010. The EP features remixes by five of Toronto Canada's brightest and up and coming artist/producers, vitaminsforyou, Kids On TV, TMDP, I.S.Morris and the debut of Grahmzilla from Thunderheist's new project, Nautiluss.
vitaminsforyou is an electronic music project led by Bryce Kushnier. Kushnier is an indie-dance pioneer having made "lo-fi bedroom electronics" for over ten years. The fusion electronica, acoustic folk and psychedelia can be heard on his latest release he closed his eyes so he could dance with you (Sfeericle Records). Kushnier described his Lioness remix as "John Carpenter/Goblin meets Goblin/John Carpenter".
TMDP are an electronic duo from Toronto consisting of Jeffrey Addison and Gavin Rough. Their debut album, TDMP (YYZ Records) released in Spring 2009 to critical acclaim. They have worked with and remixed the like of Lissy Trullie, vitaminsyouyou and DJ Barletta. The duo are currently in the studio mixing their follow-up that sure to be moving feet and shaking hips this summer.
Kids On TV are a punk-house queercore band from Toronto. The group consists of John Caffery (bass, synth, vocals), Minus Smile (beats, guitar, vocals), Roxy (korg, vocals) and Wolf (vocals).Their music explores the worlds of house, experimental rock, no-rave, punk, and soul. Look for a new 7"-Goodbye Horses coming out June 18th on Art Metronome and the full length Kids on TV album Pantheon on Chicks on Speed records end of summer.
Nautiluss is the new solo project of Graham Bertie aka GrahmZilla, the production guru behind the banging beats of Thunderheist. For him, Nautiluss represents a more simplified and organic approach to music, less hipster rap & more beats, bass & melody. We’re happy to feature his second ever commercially released "Ides Of March" remix. Exciting things to come from Nautiluss.
I.S.Morris has played in bands and projects such as A.N.I., Disaster Recovery, and Authin Heathen. He has recently started playing bass in Toronto's own dark electro group Stop Die Resuscitate. In this new self-named project, I.S.Morris uses a variety of vintage keyboards, synths, samplers and sound mods, along with layered soft-synths to create gnarling, suspensful, and energetic dance music.