Description"In my list of top albums of the year"
"Moody, funky and utterly superb"
"This poignat, downtempo debut delivers the sort of gut-wrenching, 100 bpm angst not heard since Portishead's Sour Times."
Big Shot Magazine
"Genre-bending music that covers trip hop, pop and even a little bit of prog rock. The combination of these various elements makes for a truly entertaining listen,
especially for fans of Massive Attack and Bjork"
"darkly emotive trip-house"
What ever happened to the truly inspiring music that electronic acts were making in the 90'? Has originality been hijacked by laptops and software synths?
Somewhere in a recording studio in Toronto, Canada, David Trusz and Johanne Williams are waking to the sound of a click track. They are using the heat generated by vintage synthesizers to keep warm, and the warm glow of three computer screens to guide their way. Their skin is pale from a lack of sunlight and their retinas have Pro Tools waveforms permanently burned in. Trusz and Williams represent Canada's latest electronic music export, Sissy, and they are on a mission to fight the digital revolution. Sissy's debut album, All Under, is out now on GU Music.
As a solo artist, David Trusz has released several singles across many of the world's most respected electronic labels, while as a remixer has lent his sound to Groove Armada, Trafik and The Spoons. Johanne Williams has appeared as a vocalist on several commercial releases on labels in the UK and the US. With smart and sophisticated electronic music making noise across the globe, the timing of All Under appears to be perfect. Sissy look forward to a year of touring, video production, and the continued accumulation of vintage weapons.