Silence…! No That’s Where We Played

  Yup that’s where we played Friday July 6th 2018 in Guelph, Ontario. On the bill with us were Ostrich Bouquet from Montréal and Guelph’s own Dru Jacey opening up. The show was the second last on Ostrich Bouquet’s tour and we were lucky to be on the bill playing with them! Great band and […]

Open Mics, Great But Not for Us

So a couple of Monday nights ago, May the 28th to be precise, we decided we would go downtown and play this place called the Tranzac Club. The drummer said it looked great and that we could exercise our sound to a downtown audience. Ok, I’m in, but wait… it’s an open mic? Well shit. […]

Where I Draw Influence From…

Everything that you absorb from childhood forwards has influenced you one way or another musically. No matter what has happened in your life, be it; happy, sad, anger, struggle, strife whatever, you always turn to music for whatever soothes your mood or excites it. When you’re little and something scares you or you’re just going […]

My Train of Thought Derailed (incl. Kay)

https://oddsfiche.bandcamp.com/album/my-train-of-thought-derailed-incl-kay   Hey OddsFiche fans! Above, check out a very trippy and lengthy version (and FREE download!) of one of our songs (one of my favs) and including the new ending, Kay. The coda here is a key component to the song and it climaxes it perfectly to its finalé. It was constructed from the […]

Interview? Me? Seriously? Ummm, Ok!

When I first appeared in Prog Rock magazine’s CD Sampler last year I thought, COOL, I’m finally in my all time favourite magazine and hopefully I get some people around the world checking out my music and maybe buy a few albums from me right? See where it goes! Well…. I was contacted through the […]

Debut Gigs

My first gig as OddsFiche:   The first OddsFiche gig as a trio:   https://oddsfiche.bandcamp.com YouTube: Progbeawr831 Twitter: @OddsFiche

Beginnings…. The Sorta Coles Notes Version

So this all began back in 2016, more or less. I was in a rut of sound, or soundless I should say. I wasn’t playing at all. I had recently, well, maybe a year earlier left the band I was in. It was a hard rock/metal band that sounded like the bastard child of Motörhead […]