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Lonely One

by Mister K

Cosmic Canadiana
Genre: Rock: Space Rock
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Forget Google Maps, Cosmic Canadian Balladeer Mister K (Kevin Roy Kratsch) lives in a little yellow house at the end of the Milky Way. That house, once a historic Manitoba school, is a serendipitous dwelling for Mister K, a teacher-turned-troubadour.

His debut LP, In Event of Moon Disaster, is a musical journey through the highs and lows of a mental health struggle; a pendulum swung through the hardships of ‘Darker Days’. It is a story of overcoming adversity, making positive changes and ultimately emerging from the darkness with a story of hope.

The themes of this record were all too familiar for multi-award winning producer/humble musical genius, Rusty Matyas (The Sheepdogs, The Weakerthans, Imaginary Cities, The Waking Eyes). Matyas had recently overcome a nearly fatal bout with alcoholism. In studio, the two found support, inspiration, and empowerment while breathing life into the songs; a testament to the strength of healing through music and art.

In Event of Moon Disaster is host to a wealth of sonic ‘easter eggs’, including, Kevin’s bulldog Luna (Latin: moon), performing her potty-bell every time the lyric ‘moon’ is sung. So put on the headphones and close your eyes, this is just one of many satellites you‘ll find orbiting in the soundscape of this record.

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