Signed to Daly City Records in 2011, Living~Stone is a creator & innovator when it comes to underground electronic dance music. He is an alchemist of frequencies & using this as a philosophy, he blends elements of many styles of electronic music. The resulting melange can only be described as a sonic salad of Bass Music. Performing publicly since 2008, Living~Stone has shared the stage with prominent international bass music headliners including Skream, Benga, Bassnectar, Eskmo, Sub Swara, Goth Trad, Taal Mala, Joe Nice, Komodo, Ill Gates, Nosia, Mochipet & the list goes on. Living~Stone is one of two residents at the bi-monthly Dig. iT. aL Sundays, a Bass music night at Blizzarts Lounge in Montréal, on the second & fourth Sunday of every month. The night (formerly under another name) has been running for three years strong and continues to set the standard in Montréal for Sunday night Bass Music. Releases in 2012 already include remixes for Self Evident & Mochipet. Forthcoming releases include a split 3 track release on Crude Records & an artist ep with East Van Digital, including Living~Stone’s second remix for The Gulf Stream.
“In a time where too many people either receive acclaim too easily or simply buy their way into the industry and mp3-players of fans all over (if this is you – yeah, you suck for it). Sometimes an artist will breakthrough because of their hard work ethic, great attitude and all around positive vibe. When it comes to Living~Stone, nothing could describe him better. This guy carries as much heart as he does bass.” – Construct ( www.Jaimeledubstep.com )
“Living~Stone runs things in MTL when it comes to Dubstep. He exploded on the scene and has been playing just about every major show since. No one makes the crowd move like this guy!” – Jenny “Vilify” Carmichael
”He is a jump up raver behind the decks. He is quite blatantly having as much fun throwing down the tracks as the bouncing pit of happy before him. He’s behind the booth but there is no division between him and the dance floor. His IS the dance floor. Pushing the genre to its party maximum, while previously loved tracks are given a new lease on life new ones are tested, the reactions noted and all the while the revelry continues. Just try and stand still to this dub monkey’s big sound”. – Kate Reddington (Snap Magazine)