I'm a Singer/Songwriter/Producer based in Toronto, Canada. I have had two songs go to radio with the band "Fairchild Brothers" and currently am the lead Vocalist/Synth/Rhythm Guitarist of the Indie Pop/Alt Rock band "City Circuits". I've spent years perfecting the skills to write a hit song. Hire me and I promise you all killers no fillers.
- Currently the lead Vocalist/Synth/Rhythm Guitarist of the Indie Pop/Alt Rock band "City Circuits".
- Toured and recorded with the Toronto based all brothers band "Fairchild Brothers" with two songs that made it to Canadian radio "Dare to Believe" & "I'll Take You".
- Won an Unsigned Only songwriting award for best country song with "I Have Your Touch"
- While I did win an award for a country song I mostly specialize in Pop, Alt Rock, Indie Pop, Top 40 and even dabbled in Synthwave.
- Write, Record, Mix and Produce all from my home studio based in Toronto, Ontario
Contact me through the green button above and let's get to work.
Interview with BZRO
Q: What's your 'promise' to your clients?
A: No matter what project, whether it be big or small, I put 100% passion into it. You will get a track that I will not rest until I can call it my own.
Q: What was your career path? How long have you been doing this?
A: I've been in the music industry for over 10 years. My brothers and I used to be in a Canadian rock band called "Fairchild Brothers". We had some radio play and toured across Canada. However, at some point it came to an end and I found myself working on other projects. Not just for myself but using my experience and skills to help other artists make a career out of their passion.
Q: How would you describe your style?
A: I'm heavily inspired by 80's and 90's synth sounds such as the popular Juno 106 and DX7. However I still try to make it my own, this isn't the 80's after all right? I'll mix those sounds along with new sounds I find or create myself.
Q: Can you share one music production tip?
A: Don't be afraid to experiment. Tomorrow's greatest hit isn't using yesterday's sound.
Q: What do you bring to a song?
A: I have spent most of my life, not just listening to music but analyzing how a song is made. Countless hours spent studying songwriting methods from pros like Max Martin and many others. Using these methods I was able to win a songwriting award from the ISC Songwriting Competition. As well as songwriting, I have also studied music production and the ins and outs of how to produce a track. Essentially learning how to put my creative mind into a physical song.
Q: What's your typical work process?
A: Melodies are the bread and butter of a song. I'll play around with chords until I can find that one melody in my head that creates a spark. From there It's all a matter of finding the right feel and beat. I don't like to wear out the ear so I try to only spend around 2-3 hours a day per track. This way the track always remains fresh to my ears and I can apply my best creative ideas.
Q: Tell us about your studio setup.
A: Currently my main studio is being renovated and I have been working out of my home studio. - Running everything though my 2019 Macbook Pro - DAW of choice: Logic Pro x. - Focusrite Scarlett 18i20 - KRK Rokit5 Gen 4 - Shure SM7B - Audio Techinica AT4040 - Novation 49S MKIII - Novation Launchpad X - Komplete Kontrol M32 and a plethora of samples and plugins including most Waves plugins.
Q: Describe the most common type of work you do for your clients.
A: As a songwriter and producer, Indie Pop and Alternative are usually my go-to type of music but I am experienced with all genres. I grew up with a lot of pop punk and very familiar with that style however most recently I have been having fun writing a lot of Lo-Fi Chill Hop beats.