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Fidgital

Fidgital

Fidgital


Fidgital are a Canadian Independent Music Award winning band based in Vancouver Canada. Their "nu-pop" style fuses pop, electro and brassy funk. Founded in 1999, the band consists of producer Keith Gillard, vocalist Ryan Slemko, bassist Brian "Rex" Barry and drummer Craig "Burdman" Burdes. The debut Fidgital EP Social Disease was released in December 1999. Fidgital later licensed "Social Disease" to Cybersoul Records, who released a 12" single in June of 2000. Read more on Last.fm
Fidgital are a Canadian Independent Music Award winning band based in Vancouver Canada. Their "nu-pop" style fuses pop, electro and brassy funk. Founded in 1999, the band consists of producer Keith Gillard, vocalist Ryan Slemko, bassist Brian "Rex" Barry and drummer Craig "Burdman" Burdes. The debut Fidgital EP Social Disease was released in December 1999.

Fidgital later licensed "Social Disease" to Cybersoul Records, who released a 12" single in June of 2000. 2001's Spyglass hit #1 on Chart magazine's national Canadian electronica album charts, based on radio play. Four tracks were licensed to ABC and FOX prime-time television. In 2002, Fidgital released hit&run. This CD hit #3 on Chart's national Canadian electronica top 10.

The title track peaked at #3 on Tuned In Radio's international charts. Condo Life was released in 2004, through KOCH Entertainment, hitting #44 on Earshot's national Canadian Top 50 charts and enjoying retail presence and commercial radio play. Pre-release single "The Lobby" was selected by CBC Radio 3 in their Top 20 songs of 2003. Condo Life led to Fidgital winning the 2004 Canadian Independent Music Award for "Favourite Electronica Artist / Group". Other nominees were Delerium, Manitoba and Plastikman.

Following the award, CBC nationally broadcast a one-hour Fidgital live concert special on CBC 1, 2 and 3. 2005 brought Renovations, featuring new songs and remixes from around the world. It was the first Fidgital release to chart nationally on both the pop / rock and electronica charts. Fidgital's live show has continued to build recognition. In 2005, the band opened for The Herbaliser on their Canadian tour, complete with horn section.

The band was selected to be part of the 2004 and 2005 Canadian National Electronic Music Trade Missions to Japan and Australia, combined in 2005 with a Japanese tour. Up ahead for 2006 - launching Vintage Red, more touring, European and American pushes, a live concert DVD and work on the next album. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..

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