tel: Ex 242
Born in the prairies, Jeremy was brought up in the arguably dark musical era most commonly known as “The Eighties”. Survival was difficult but he persevered, thanks in large part to his parents’ record collection and his own fine taste. By the time his herd eventually migrated east to our Nation’s Capital, Jeremy was already spending most of his time playing any music, and musical instruments he could get his grubby little hands on.
Never one to sit still, this self-styled “slave to the beat” spent much of his formative years playing different roles within various bands, performing shows, doing live sound & recording music. Occasionally, he would even find time to go to class and do his homework.
After a torrid affair with graphic design and a brief fling with steel-toed pursuits, our hero now finds himself in the clutches of the music industry! Once Jeremy landed on the bright shores of Toronto, it wasn’t long before he began mixing it up with the fine folks at 118 Berkeley Street, where he quickly became an indispensable asset and member of the team.
Jeremy is very excited to be working at Indie Pool, where, if it’s not rockin’ it’s poppin’, and if its not poppin’ it probably got vetoed.
Keep an ear to the ground and two feet on the dance floor.