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All Is Well (Fred Everything) — A Break In Time

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  • Past Event
  • Music
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PHI Centre Espace 1
407 Saint-Pierre St
Montreal, Quebec, H2Y 2M3

Doors: 7 PM
Show: 8 PM

All ages

Price in advance: $21.74
Price day of the event: $26.74

*Fees included, taxes not included

To celebrate the release of the album, we invite you to an immersive performance by the artist.

A new experience presented under our Habitat Sonore brand.

A Break In Time is an ambient album written during the lockdown as a sort of calming therapy/meditation exercise. The project quickly took form with a unique sonic identity and message inspired by this feeling of isolation felt during that time.

“A beautiful album full of spacious well crafted ambient compositions” - Peter Kruder/Peace Orchestra

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ABOUT
ALL IS WELL

All Is Well is Frédéric Blais’s latest musical playground, known to the world of Electronic Music for the past 25 years as Fred Everything. He initially started this new project incognito with acclaimed releases on labels such as Drumpoet Community, Compost, Permanent Vacation, Mule Music and Prins Thomas’s Internasjonal. Under that alias, he also collaborated with Lauer and Martin Iveson (Atjazz). An exploration into a more electronic universe, this new platform allowed him to create freely within different genres free of expectations.

As a DJ, All Is Well performed in Paris with Trentemoller and Live at MUTEK Festival in Montreal where he premiered the songs from his forthcoming album on Compost, A Break In Time. His releases have gained strong support from people like Dixon and Ame (Innervisions).

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DISCOVER HABITAT SONORE

For one year now, Habitat Sonore has been offering a new way of appreciating the local and international musical landscape by proposing a different type of auditory experience from stereo listening. The albums and soundscapes offered are the result of in-depth reflection by the artists on how their work should be presented and experienced.

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