22:10 - 23:10 | Since the re-issue of their debut in 1997, Constellation and Do Make Say Think have remained close companions. The band offers psychedelic compositions that float between jazz, punk and electronica. The one feature they hold on to throughout their output is – oh paradox – their constant pursuit of innovation. It comes as no surprise, then, that their instrumental albums are always received with relish by both the press and fans.
21:00 - 21:50 | Sandro Perri has been a bit of a musical jack of all trades in Toronto for over a decade, both as a performer and as a producer/engineer. His first Constellation release dates back to 2003 (under the Polmo Polpo moniker) and his latest record 'Impossible Spaces' (2011) appeared on the same label. This second full-length album is a beautiful exhibit of the tinker's clever pen and unique voice.
20:00 - 20:40 | "Harmolodic" is the Ornette Colemanian term one might use to describe Eric Chenaux's guitar playing. The exact meaning is of little consequence, except that his sound is easily recognisable between thousands. Aside from his appearances on several of his labelmate Sandro Perri's records, he has released four solo albums on Constellation. As the title of his most recent effort 'Guitar & Voice' (2012) predicts, Chenaux performs all things between the realm of ballads and improvisations.