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Saturday, July 20
@ Sunny Daze
in Shawnigan Lake, BC
Cedar started mixing vinyl in 2001 and quickly developed a passion for electronic music. Owning a record store called "It Sounds Better On Wax" from 2003 until 2008 allowed him to hone his sound creating a trademark style combining his favorite genres: breaks, drum & bass and reggae. Over the past few years, he's been incorporating more hip hop, dancehall and mid-tempo into his sets. With a huge arsenal of vinyl and digital music, he is happy to build a set for any time or place.
C Majah has played well over a hundred shows including opening for Kenny Ken, Perfect Combination and Ed209. Having thrown numerous events since 2004 under the production name Breakbeat Island, he is a well known figure in the Vancouver Island dance music scene. He was a regular DJ at Soundwave Music Festival and played at the Victoria Electronic Music Festival twice. He loves to party and always gets the crowd moving with his bouncy vocal-lead beats.
Cedar also co-hosted Forward Festival in 2007 and 2008 which included international talent such as Sister Carol, Ras Michael and Scientist. He loves music and he loves playing for a crowd. Whether you're hosting a daytime family-friendly festival or an all-night adult-only event, C Majah will provide the vibe to get the dancefloor moving.
C Majah produced his first song in 2005, but took a lengthy hiatus and began creating music earnestly in 2011. He is currently experimenting with broken beats in a wide range of bpm's as well as testing out his lyrical ambitions. He is beginning to get a grasp on mastering and is considering switching from Windows to Mac. At this stage in his musical development, all critique from more experienced musicians and producers is greatly appreciated.
He is currently being inspired by Timothy Wisdom, JPOD the Beat Chef, Stickybuds, Current Swell, Kytami, Balkan Beat Box, Macklemore, Ryan Lewis and many others. In the past a few of his biggest influences were Deekline & Wizard & Ed Solo, Marcus Visionary, Benny Page and Congo Natty. There are obviously too many inspiring musicians to name and my sincere thanks goes out to all of you!