Siadic – Surrey Muse

Adam and Simon Whitaker-Wilson

Siadic, a collaborative creation between two brothers Adam and Simon Whitaker-Wilson, has independently released several singles, EPs and all-original live sets. Their latest is Nadir, a 4-track EP released in May 2020 while in 2019, they came out with their Zenith EP, Sensing Waves. Siadic style explores deep, progressive, and downtempo territory captivating audiences through continuous hypnotic soundscapes. With classical instruments, Siadic bridges the gap between live performance and contemporary engineering of low end sound. They have opened for Djrum, TMSV, Egoless, Jafu and showcased at Ciliate and Eye of the Storm in Vancouver. They have also performed at festivals across Western Canada including Bass Coast, Shambhala, Kamp, and The Field Gathering. Most Siadic work has been independently released and it is available on all digital platforms.

Visit Siadic Bandcamp
siadic.bandcamp.com
And, Instagram
instagram.com/siadicmusic
View Siadic Facebook page
facebook.com/siadic

At the June 26th virtual gathering of Surrey Muse, Siadic will be our Featured Performer. More about the Gathering: the-4th-virtual-gathering

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About Surrey Muse

An interdisciplinary Arts and Literature group that meets Fourth Friday of each month except December. Presents a Guest Author, a Featured Poet, and a Featured Artist/Performer. Discussions. Open Mic. Book Table. Book Signings. Free event. Donations welcome.

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