In August Toronto-based producer and artist Josh Korody aka Breeze put out his grand album Only Up, and now he is following it up with a new EP Mixed Up.
It features a collection of remixes/reworkings of tracks from the LP done by such artists as Korea Town Acid, JFK MSTRKRFT, A Place to Bury Strangers, Zoon, Prince Josh and We Turned to Red. The music video for the record’s highlight “Ecstasy On Keele Street” comes together with the release.
Not many musicians are as ambitious as Toronto-based producer and artist Josh Korody aka Breeze, who wrote, recorded and mixed his grand debut album in just 8 days.
Moreover, here he is digging through and reflecting on three decades of classic British new wave/post-punk/synth pop bands, and the result is Only Up, a hit-packed 10 track LP that features diverse, bombastic and instantly appealing songs.
If all of the above is not enough to get you excited, here is one more fact — a huge team of collaborators from the Toronto music scene such as Tess Parks, Cadence Weapon and members of Orville Peck, Tallies, TOPS, Broken Social Scene, Ducks Ltd, Moon King etc. got on board to help him with the record.