NEW MUSIC: The O Movement “Yesterday’s Tomorrow” EP

Ty Harper | Music,Video | Wednesday, October 17th, 2012

First introduction to ‘O‘ (not to be confused with this ‘Oh’) – a dude that under his aka T.R.A.C.K.S. has been a crucial part of two highly respected groups – IRS & Big Black Lincoln (BBL) – that gave us two of the city’s most critically acclaimed albums: “Welcome to Planet IRS” & “Heaven’s Caught On Fire” respectively.

“T.R.A.C.K.S. Lament” gave us our first taste of the kid as a singer; “Clementine” – his duet with Andreena Mill – became one of many classic cuts off the BBL project; and his production/vocals on “Things Change” made it a stand out single in Mayhem Morearty’s catalouge. Last time we heard him was about a year ago when he relinked with IRS to drop vocals on “Rock For You” featuring Promise; and produce “No Regrets” featuring Frankie Payne, Kardi and Kim Davis; all off TRF’s solid “The New North” album.

“Yesterday’s Tomorrow” is a collection of cuts he put together a couple years back but is officially releasing now. So in that sense, it’s a taste of where he’s been musically and kinda serves as a precursor for what to expect moving forward from this super humble and talented Toronto artist.

Definitely looking forward to hearing more!

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