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MICHAEL BOIRE

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BIO

Michael Boire is an aspiring musician who believes music is of the soul, which transpires in many moods. Early in his life he was introduced to the wonderful world of music by his teenage sisters who would bring home the latest LP or single and rock the house. His love of music has been greatly influenced and inspired by many different artists and genres throughout the decades.  influences would include….The Beatles, The Police, XTC, The Cars, The Band, Cat Stevens, 

Bob Marley, and Harry Nilsson just to name a few. Michael’s focus is on writing and creating his own songs and he is presently working with his band 2DrinkTheFish which will be releasing its debut album soon. He started his music career much later in life than most musicians have, while still working his full time job as a peace officer. Michael has released two songs called Marathon of Hope (When Terry Runs) and Arrows First Christmas. Currently, Michael lives in Guelph with Linda and their two dogs Eleanor and Rigby.

Available Now "Arrow's First Christmas"

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Chris Sunfield's second single "Predator" is an abrupt about-face following his sunshine pop debut "The Little Things". Predator is a provocative poison pen letter to romantic predators, exposing their psychopathic and Machiavellian ways. The lyrics, with their reptilian metaphors, serve to validate anyone who's been harmed by toxic narcissists, and to warn others about their predatorial charms. Musically, the song is a multi-layered wall of retro sounds with progressive house stylings and a vintage, analog, R&B vibe. Sunfield sings, and plays all guitars, bass, and keyboards. Producer Michael Hanson (Glass Tiger) plays drums while fellow Radar Love Records artist Vicky Rai handles backing vocals. The crowning moment is an acid-tinged rap by Dynamic (a.k.a. Ya Favourite Lightskin) that dials up the tension before ushering in a climax of musical dialogue among the various predator and prey players.

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