Madrid

Duncan Christie and Adam Perry

Biography

Madrid is a Canadian electronic music group formed in 2003 in Toronto. The band consists of Adam Perry (guitars, keys, vox), Duncan Christie (bass, keys, vox) and Eric Lightfoot (drums). Their music is a combination of Electro, Shoegaze, and Psychedelia.

Madrid's 2003 debut Warm Waters was released on record label Aporia and was featured on the BBC. Madrid's followed-up this release with the First Message EP.

The first single, "Reply (To Everyone)". was featured on Pitchfork Media 2 and Spinner.com.

Madrid's unique live performance has seen them share the stage with international artists such as Friendly Fires and M83. In November 2009, Madrid toured across Canada with DJ Champion & His G-Strings.

Madrid has also had their work remixed by other notable acts such as Ulrich Schnauss, vitaminsforyou, The Cansecos, and dubstep-impresario XI.

In March 2011, Madrid released their full-length recording, Original Message on Awesome Music and distributed by EMI Records.

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BBC Reviews

  1. Review of Warm Waters

    Warm Waters

    Reviewed by Olli Siebelt
    Debut album from Canadian duo tapping into the blurry divider between rock and...