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Mar
05
pH @ TBA

Montreal, Quebec, Canada

Montreal, Quebec, Canada

Mar
03
pH @ The Boat

Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Mar
02
pH @ Mercury Lounge

Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

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Discography

'User's Manual'
the new full length album by pH, now available at :
placerecords.bandcamp.com

'Chemical Peel'
a Place mixtape featuring tracks and remixes by Boyscout Killers, pH, Adam Saikaley, Ion That Eats its Face, Tauno and Hmmm
Released : October 30 2009
Label: Place Records

'Everything is Air'
split EP with Ion That Eats its Face
Released: August 25 2009
Label: Place Records

'$¢'
LP
self released 2008

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In the ever-changing and luminuous landscape of contemporary music, pH (or Sean P.H. Campbell) represents a distinct evolution in the performance psyche of electronic musicians and live PA worldwide. Using a 6-foot table of drum machines, mixers, synthesizers, samplers and toys, pH creates pulsing raves from scratch - all live, all improvised. From behind his wall of LED blips, his energy is infectious, wrapping audiences in sonic chasms rife with deep bass, analoguous hardware glitch, and syncopated breakbeat bliss - all while keeping the laptop at home.

On record, pH embodies most of electronica's more enviable progressive elements, while staying true to his affinity for danceable scores. His first album, '$¢' , contains elements of glitch, trip hop, speak n' spell, and psychedelic funk. His latest efforts on the Place Records releases 'Everything Is Air' and the 'Chemical Peel' mixtape offer a shift towards big beat and downtempo, as well as remixes showcasing a rich and detail oriented application of modern production techniques.

This is live PA at its finest and most expansive - this is pH.

For more information and free music please visit:
http://www.phmusic.net/
and
http://www.placemachine.com/