Mac Ayres

Mac Ayres

Mac Ayres is a self-taught producer, singer, and multi-instrumentalist from Long Island, NY. Drawing inspiration from the likes of D'Angelo, J.Dilla, and Stevie Wonder-- Mac has created a sound that pays homage to the greats while also remaining distinctly his own. 
 In the summer of 2017, Mac released his debut EP "Drive Slow" (debuted on his label ARIMÉ). The release was met with critical acclaim and landed him on platforms such as Billboard, Complex, Pigeons and Planes, BBC, and Tidal Rising. Now, after a year of touring and writing, the 21-year-old artist has set his eyes on the release of his debut studio album "Something to Feel".

Digits is Alt Altman, an electronic pop artist from Toronto, who first started gaining media attention when he was living in London and Berlin. The Death and Desire mixtape (2012) was an instant hit among critics in the UK, with Clash, DIYMag, Dummy, and The Line of Best Fit, and the Guardian called it a "near-classic of mournful electronica, a synth-pop album to stand alongside the Human League's Dare."

After opening slots in Europe with Junior Boys, Yacht, Dillon, and Toy, he moved back to Toronto, where he has since played Canadian dates with St. Vincent, Dan Deacon, Cadence Weapon, Basia Bulat, Diana, Doldrums, and Blue Hawaii. Digits has done official remixes for Sally Shapiro and Sean Nicholas Savage and has released four Prism Prize-nominated music videos including “Street Violence,” Exclaim's #4 video of 2013.


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