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Eric Disero began playing piano at age 9 and has explored many musical genres over the course of his career. After graduating from Carleton University in Jazz Piano, he established himself as an innovative producer and musician. While Eric’s production style is predominately electronic, he also carves out space for more organic sounds in this creative process. Some of his methodologies include re-synthesizing acoustic instruments to create new timbres, sampling recorded sounds to develop tonal and percussive musical elements, and re-sampling vocals to construct new melodies. Eric still actively plays jazz piano, often layering shades of jazz harmony into his electronic compositions.


In Summer 2016, Mutemath (Wojtek Records) released two songs as part of the album “Changes” produced by Disero “Monument (Disero Remix)” and “Changes.”

management: Zachari Smith


Instagram, Twitter and Facebook: @DiseroMusic


There is a story underneath the official account, a weirder, sweeter song beneath obvious pop gongs. The Mighty River is an experimental Montreal-based band that brings together folk, RnB and rock genres in a collage of sound and emotion. Their latest project is a concept album on whiteness and racialization.


The Mighty River released their second album, Horsebird, in July 2014.

Engineered by Zachari Smith, mixed by Alex Oana (Romantica, Kid Dakota), and mastered by Howie Weinberg (Nirvana, U2, The Smashing Pumpkins). Album artwork by Matt Frise ( A supporting music video entitled “Justice” was released in September 2014, which was filmed and edited by Jason O'Hara & Chris Beaver (



management: Zachari Smith


Instagram and Twitter: @the_mightyriver

Facebook: @themightyrivermusic


Zachari Smith is an innovative songwriter, musician and producer based in Montreal, Quebec. After 10 years as a professional musician, performing across Canada and Europe, Zachari founded Acre Alley Label and Management company with a passion to support and develop songwriters and musical artists.


After a five year hiatus of his solo career, Zachari Smith has returned to the stage, offering his own edge to generations of folk family sensibilities. Highlighted with dobro licks and fingerstyle acoustic guitar, his songs stretch the boundaries of contemporary folk music, mixing styles and weaving stories into an unforgettable performance.




management: self-managed


Instagram and Twitter: @zacharismith

Facebook: @zacharismithmusic

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