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arc is comprised of Indo-Canadian musician Stephen (The Venk) Venkatarangam (modular/semi-modular synths, granular samplers, plucked strings and effected flute and voice), Annabelle Brault (modular/semi-modular analog synths, granular effects and, sequencers), and Adrian Aitken (digital drums). The three came together in 2018 with the intent to create improvised music that is not only in conversation with one another, but one between humans and organic technology. The group is inspired by the power of group improvisation coupled with the controlled unpredictability of modular synthesis, traditional instruments, and other electronic technology.
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Rehab Hazgui

Little Italy

Rehab Hazgui is a Tunisian composer and sound ecologist. Her artworks explore ways to learn new forms of languages through conscious listening and the relationship that beings have with their culture, heritage, society and landscape as involved and living participants. Her research examines the ways in which sound emerges through dynamic landscapes, including those that are biological, geophysical, and of human consequences. Rehab Hazgui’s primary focus is the act of listening to oneself, as it relates to our perception of space, our relationship to it, and the profound level of engagement that our ears provide with the world.
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Tangled Waves

Plateau Mont-Royal

Tangled Waves is a live audiovisual duo formed in London now based in Montreal. Their work explores experimental, melodic and progressive modular synthesis that are immersed in real-time, hand-drawn and organic digital visuals. Tangled Waves is a one-of-a-kind experience, where fantasy, imagination, and oneirism take the center stage. Their debut album, Signal from VALIS, inspired from sci-fi classics, was released in May 2020. Their second album, Space (April 2022), gathers materials from their live performances for Modular World, Data Cult Audio, and the Colorado Modular Synth Society Skies collection.
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Guy Pelletier

Mercier Ouest

Guy Pelletier creates avant-garde miscegenerative music comprised of classical, ancient, and traditionnal music styles with jazz, rock, and electroacoustic influences. He uses non-4/4 meters and plays with non equal tempered tuning systems. His music is polytonal and polymetric, humorous and agressive, intense and profound. Guy Pelletier’s music is intricate and well crafted to convey a sense of primeval, instinctive immediacy. En Francais Métissage d’avant-garde entre musique classique, musique ancienne et traditionnelle, jazz, rock, et musique électronique.
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_KIDD is an electronic music project created by Alex Kidd, a Brazilian producer, musician, and composer based in Montreal. His intention is to transport you to stellar ambiences and dark corners with authentic experimentalism that he crafts with semi-modular synthesizers. He will invite you to travel with your senses and feelings through his rich soundscapes. _KIDD has 6 EPS released independently and also keep a YouTube channel that features electronic live jams.
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Sebastian DeWay

Quartier Latin

Sebastian DeWay is a French-Canadian from Montreal who belongs to the generation of producer-performers who use a laptop as a musical instrument. Sebastian aims at creating a sense of immersion within the concert space with his dynamic pieces. He focuses on building innovative sounds in the house, trance, techno, and ambient subgenres.
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Inmigrante Ruido

Plateau Mont-Royal

Inmigrante Ruido is a combination of dub elements, down tempo, ambient, and space rock. Daniel Alvarado—from Mexico City—is the heart and mind behind the project. His sound is the result of experimentation in genres such as progressive trance and chill out. He is also a member of the Molk Sonca project with whom he has released the album Iluekaima for the Uxmal records label.
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Modulante Noturno

Plateau Mont-Royal

Modulante Noturno (Camilo Mércio) is a Brazilian producer, musician, composer, and sound designer based in Montreal since 2022. He started as a bass and guitar player in the South Brazilian alternative scene. After playing with synths, he became a synth nerd. Nowadays, he focuses on performing live with modular synths and producing music and SFX for video games.
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Nix Roenga

Parc Extension

Nix Roenga (Umberto Cirrito) studied at the music conservatory in Tangier (Morocco) at the end of the 60s. He gave up out of boredom, but continued to explore sound with the piano in its physicality, the strings, the natural reverb, and the table. In Quebec he participates in several experimental music groups without leaving the rehearsal room. En Francais Après des études au conservatoire de musique à tanger (Maroc) fin années 60.
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Plateau Mont-Royal

Damien has been involved with electronic music for over 20 years. As DJ M_, he has been mixing vinyl since the early 2000’s after he discovered techno in Germany. After moving to Montreal in 2009, he ran the Tonewerk parties with guest DJs and live electronic acts. As a DJ, he focuses on playing the most amazing tracks—all banger, no filler. Recently, he has been most active as a drum-machine/FX live performer with the Silicon Beats collective, who most recently played at SAT for Nuit Blanche.
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Notre Dame de Grace

wrazen.hell (Eric Wrazen) is a multidisciplinary creator based in Montreal, Canada. He produces a wide range of content for music performance, theatre, and multi-media, where he usually focuses on themes of darkness and horror. Eric was a frequent performer in the early harsh noise scene in Montreal in the duo Feedback Cowboys, has contributed music to various theatrical productions, and is a member of Montreal’s “least recognized, most underground band": the Balloon Marsupials.
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Steffrey Yan

Ville Marie

Steffrey Yan is a mythical techno producer from an alternate reality. People that have been enchanted by his music know that it is almost impossible to retain their mylohyoid muscle when his beats drop. Fierce techno creator Steffrey Yan is mostly a thoughtful jamboree companion that will guide you through your sonic exploration. Steffrey Yan · Thermodynamics, Vol. 1
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Liam Killen

Mile End

Liam Killen is a Montreal native electronic music producer, live performer, and educator. He is most notable for his online presence and impact on the electronic music community through his performative and educational content. He works in collaboration with some of the most notable related companies in the game, including PlayDifferently, Teenage Engineering, Korg, Roland, Arturia, and Elektron to name a few. Liam is an independent artist who’s now expanding his horizons as a live performer in the Montreal electronic music scene and abroad.
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Plateau Mont-Royal

OSSA (story/tale in Arabic) project is an electronic duo based in Montreal. The duo is composed of Lebanese-Canadian multi-instrumentalist and vocalist Nadim Souaid and Syrian-Canadian multi-instrumentalist and producer Firas Nassri. The duo mixes layers of vintage synthesizers with upbeat rhythms to create music reminiscent of the best work of DARKSIDE or David August. The duo has been a part of Montreal’s electronic scene for many years and grew up on the sound blues and psychedelic rock.
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Alexa Momtaz

Plateau Mont-Royal

Alexa Momtaz was born in Montreal in 1968 to an Egyptian father and a French mother. Her musical debut began with Skull Fracture, a trio formed by her brother and his friend. They made and played their music on university radio stations and have had numerous performances in alternative clubs in the 90s. Alexa has been a soloist since 1998. Her musical genre varies, from electronic mixed with classical, to new-age and experimental industrial.
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Manuel Falardeau


Manuel Falardeau is a DJ that focuses on Indie House music. He is inspired by the generative art and sonic details of everyday sampling in Montreal. His performances are energetic, versatile, and vibrant. Français Manuel Falardeau est un DJ/Producer oeuvrant dans la musique Indie House. Ses inspirations sont tirées de l’art génératif est des détails sonores qu’offre le sampling de la vie de tous les jours à Montréal. Ses performances sont énergiques, polyvalentes et vibrantes.
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Ville St-Laurent

Producer, musician, and songwriter Raff can be seen around town playing drums, keyboards, guitar and bass, and under various names with live electronic performance setups that have him occasionally dubbed the “Mad Scientist.” As a veteran of the studio and stage, he has performed with Tony Ezzy, Lost City, Chanda M and many other acts over the years, including performances at the Osheaga festival, the Fringe festival, Pop Montreal and as an opening act for Blowfly.
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Sidney C Nadon


Sidney Nadon, who could have been a poor comedian, is a composer-producer that navigates genres fluidily. His eclectic music, flexibility, and ability to create an authentic sound in a variety of genres make him a formidable artist. His remix of Nine inch Nails’ My Violent Heart, which flirts with Euro Trash and 90s chip tunes, was described by Trent Reznor as “super gay and super great!” Last year, Sidney C. Nadon launched open mic nights for live electronic music.
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Parts Project


Leveraging Samplers, drum machines, synths, and loopers, Parts Project takes a live hardware approach to techno, soundsystem, and breakbeat culture. His sound is raw, warm, and crunchy with a satisfying humanity. Transmitting out of Montreal, Parts Project is always working on the next release and cultivating a constantly changing and evolving live set. See you at the show!
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Plateau Mont-Royal

Dissembler is a production duo and hybrid live project—the brainchild of Stereo_IMG and Ossifer— specializing in high-powered cerebral techno. Created in 2021 out of a mutual appreciation for innovative production techniques, Dissembler sets feature 100% original (and primarily unreleased) sound material. Keep an eye out for upcoming EPs and performances as they continue to refine their sound and make their name in their adopted home of Montreal and beyond.

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Plateau Mont-Royal

Now based out of Montreal, Quebec, modim (Seth Daniel) was a constant presence in California’s late 1990s early rave scene. He co-founded the San Francisco East Bay experimental electronic collective and record label, Lloopkill Audio. Refusing to commit to the conventional norms of electronic sub-genres, Seth brings a unique sonic voice that contains elements of traditional house/breaks that set the stage for glitchy, fragmented melodic layering.

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Petite Italie

With a deep appreciation of field recording, urbanity waves and sound design, TSF (TomA Sound Factory) is a digital music producer heated by electronic hybridization tinged with Nusoul Trip-hop and Electronica. His music is always an engaging trip through tones and textures. Representing Petite Italie in Montréal, TSF has established himself as sound designer and film composer. Within the label Unlog, which distributes his music, he animates the evenings of electronic musical improvisation with Silicon Beats, an expressive and performative digital artistic collective.
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Little Italy

THRDSQD produces, records, and performs original electronic music compositions experimenting with plunderphonics, techno and post-digital ambient sonorities.
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Notre Dame de Grace

FSK1138 (Donald Baynes) is a producer and live electronic instrumentalist who defies the conventional boundaries of electronic music. With a captivating presence on platforms like YouTube and SoundCloud, FSK1138 has built a dedicated following of fans eager to embark on a sonic journey into the uncharted realms of experimental electronic music. Armed with an insatiable curiosity and a relentless desire to innovate, FSK1138 fearlessly ventures into unexplored territories, constantly challenging the preconceptions of what electronic music can be.
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Noir Rituel

Montreal North

Noir Rituel is the project of Canadian composer, musician, and producer Richard Aube. Insomniaque is the second release from Noir Rituel on the hybrid structure label. This album could easily be the soundtrack to a dark 80’s sci-fi,horror flick with its pulsating, electronic beats meshed with gloomy synths fit for a ritual … a black ritual.
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Notre Dame de Grace

Robotstyle Records label-boss Zaidokhi always tries to bring his listeners on a spiritual journey. His creative process lies in discovering the beautiful music hidden in the mundane sounds of his environment, hoping to not only explore the depths of his own mind, but also inspire people to shift their perspective and find the beauty all around them. Drawing from melodic house, techno, and afrotech styles, his productions and mixes create a dark and mysterious atmosphere with infectious grooves that drive the dancefloor.
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Vigliensoni, aka Gabriel Vigliensoni, is a Montréal-based musician and producer. His work is informed by formal musical training and extensive studies in sound recording, music production, new musical interfaces, and music information retrieval. In his work, Vigliensoni explores the different stages of current music production workflows, always transforming the process of making a record into a playing field for experimentation and learning.

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Ville Marie

Raised in the multicultural haven of Toronto, 6RAJ began collecting, curating and mixing diverse dance music at the young age of thirteen. After taking up scholarship in the Netherlands and South Africa, 6RAJ returned to North America with deep dancefloor sets inspired by the sounds of global deep house, melodic techno and afrotech.

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Plateau Mont-Royal

Sounds with percussive colors, rhythms at the same time energetic and charged with sensitivity: these are the universe of YOUG. The human and sonic resonances that he carries—and that are dear to him—are felt during each performance as a reminder of these truculent moments. Winner of the Euterke 2021 scholarship as well as the acousmatic music performance competition organized by the Composition Circle of the University of Montreal, and currently a student in digital music at the University of Montreal, he approaches music and sound composition, as well as his LIVE performances, as a great laboratory of research and escape in which Techno and psychedelic music awaken the hidden meanings of sound frequencies.
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Dj Sylver


DJ Sylver’s first performances on turnables exploded in the 1990’s. This energetic artist made his name on the night scene by spinning in rave events and by popularising electronic music through radio (CJRA). More and more bewitched by rhythm, DJ Sylver is a versatile Montreal musician who defines his art as hard-line raw techno spiced with a propellant beat, a smooth finish, and a spirit of trance and movement. Abandon yourself to a hard house, electro, techno adventure through DJ Sylver’s raw techno creations and ingenious turntables skill.
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Notre Dame de Grace

ScuudExclamationMark is Jérôme E., a french- Canadian multi-instrumentalist that has played music since he was 5. His trajectory is multi-faceted: he began as a drummer in a metal band, became a guitarist-singer in a rock cover band, drummed in a math-rock band, and he is now making Synthwave and Sovietwave on his own. He enjoys blending retro sounds and with warm ambiances. His live performances include light shows and electric guitar.
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The Village

Tolemn is a Montreal based electronic music duo consisting of Kirk Lau (synths and drum machines), and Michael Filtz (guitar and synths). Both hailing from sun-baked Southern California, their sound conjures bright rays of modern electronica cast onto the expansive snowy landscapes of Montreal post-rock. “Nevada Springs,” their debut EP from 2020, envisioned the hidden realms beneath, within, and beyond civilization. A year later, “Signs Vermillion” emerged—a dark opus ignited by the inferno of California’s 2020 wildfires and pandemic-driven anxieties.