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5 Reasons Not to Miss Ekali’s Western Canada Tour

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2: He’s homegrown Canadian talent with performance experience

His talent began at the young age of 12 when he picked up a violin. Throughout school he played in bands, and the bass for jazz musicians. From 2011-2016 he was the bassist for the Canadian indie rock band Said the Whale, and as of four years ago he’s broken into the world of electronic producing.

In just a few short years, this Vancouverite has toured all over the world, playing sets among some of the heaviest hitting electronic acts. He’s toured Asia, Europe, and North America, while also working with artists like Elohim and Denzel Curry to produce very diverse tracks.

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