# 30. David Simard: Slower, Lower

Before heading to a show featuring artists unfamiliar to me, I like to familiarize myself with their material. Well, I’m just about to head out to the opening show of Stereophonic and the only musician at said show whose album I hadn’t fully listened to was David Simard.  I just missed his last show in Sackville when he played with Corey Isenor and Jon McKiel and after listening to this debut album, I absolutely can’t wait to hear him live.

David has an eclectic style and is a complex songwriter, who touches on elements of jazz, folk, blues while utterly and confidently holding down a sound that is uniquely his own.

There’s more to say but I gotta run to catch the show, so just give the album a listen

Highlights: “The Knife”  “Streetlight Strut

 

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