Fake_Electronics (CA)

5 à 7 MUTEK @ FTA
MUTEK 2016, montreal

Coeur Des Sciences 04/06/2016

WHO: Hamilton-born, Montréal-based producer and DJ Jesse Morrison (ana+tone, Yes Ma’am)
STYLE: Minimal analog, modular delicacies
LABELS: Hushlamb, Microtrax, Siteholder
MORE: Morrison is a whiz with customizing and fixing musical electronics
MUTEKs: Montréal: 2015, 2014; Montréal 15x15: 2014 (as Yes Ma'am)

Jesse Morrison’s commitment to lush minimalism and handmade circuitry has informed his various projects for more than a decade. His latest incarnation, Fake_Electronics, was born of an unadulterated love for analog and the tinkerings and textures of modular synths and other customized electronics, all in the pursuit of delicate rhythms and abstracted melody and atmosphere.

Bouncing around between Toronto and Montréal, he was originally drawn here by the blooming scene of the early 2000s. Since resettling in Montréal permanently, Morrison has become something of a fixture in the underground scene, performing as his long running funked out techno project ana+one and as one half of the stompy, quirky tech house duo Yes Ma’am alongside fellow Ontario ex-pat Alicia Hush. Part of the fully relocated Hushlamb crew (also from Toronto), the label and collective have made their mark on parties and events in the city for the last several years, mixing local and international names associated with their motto “music that moves you.”

Following up on his atmospheric sorcery at MUTEK last year, Morrison reprises his live set at the MAC for the free 5-à-7 hosted by the FTA, accompanied again by the gritty visual data of Ewerx.

NOCTURNE 2
MUTEK 2015, montreal

28/05/2015

Since a decisive Plastikman awakening early on in his teens, Hamilton-born, Montréal-based DJ/producer Jesse Morrison’s commitment to mind and body dazzling grooves has remained steadfast. Drawn to Montréal by the blooming microhouse scene of the early 2000s, Morrison’s lush minimalism has found its way into myriad local venues over the last decade. As Ana+one, and as one half of Yes Ma’am (alongside fellow Ontario expat Alicia Hush), Morrison has further refined his tech housey soundscapes. Fake_Electronics, his latest undertaking, was born of an unadulterated love for analog. Morrison, who performed live under the Fake_Electronics banner at EM15, returns to Montreal’s contemporary arts museum to offer up more in the way of delicate rhythms and emotion laden textures and the latest chapter in his ongoing, abstract exploration of modular synthesis. For this performance, Fake_Electronics will be accompanied by visual artist Ewerx.

PLAY 3
MUTEK 2014, montreal

BWR Room 01/06/2014

Since a decisive Plastikman awakening early on in his teens, Hamilton-born, Montréal-based DJ/producer Jesse Morrison’s commitment to mind-dazzling grooves has remained steadfast. Drawn to Montréal by the blooming micro-house scene of the early 2000s, Morrison’s cut-and-paste, lush minimalism has found its way into myriad local venues over the last decade. As Ana+one, and as one half of Yes Ma’am (alongside fellow Ontario expat Alicia Hush), Morrison has further refined his signature high-energy, tech-house soundscapes. Fake_Electronics, his latest undertaking, was born of an unadulterated love for analogue. Morrison, who’ll perform live under the Fake_Electronics banner at EM15, offers up delicate rhythms and emotion-laden textures in an ongoing, abstract exploration of modular synthesis.

Discogs

  • Dance Upon A Time Volume 3
  • Iceberg IV
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