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A multi-award-winning performer who is an independent Indigenous techno/electronic solo artist based in Calgary, AB, Canada who originally hails from the Driftpile Cree Nation in Treaty 8 Territory.
sean shares his gifts with select Pow Wow elements, percussion, and vocal chants added throughout his high-energy hybrid performance of live loops and originally produced music, sounding of a cross between The Chemical Brothers, and Richie Hawtin.
Keeping on the Red path, sean's connected with his Indigenous heritage, and has been sober since 2006.
sean was a key member of the with the now-defunct pioneering hip-hop sensation group REDDNATION from 2002 to 2013. After the group's retirement, he wanted to get back to his electronic roots as he returned to work on original music and has currently released seven albums independently.
sean’s self-taught skills were cultivated by years of trial and error, now brings wealth of experience in terms of production and performance. The desire and demand to learn new skills and styles is also somewhat important to sean beaver; a degree in radio broadcasting means that he is able to utilize techniques and processes and apply them to modern day productions.
Album number seven, 'Fire Lit Night' was released in June 2023.
Album number six, 'the releases i never speak of' was released in October 2021.
Album number five, The Remixes was released in September 2021.
The forth album, Electric Turtle Dreams, was released in 2020, with a nomination for Rap/Hip-Hop-Electronica Album of The Year at the 2021 Summer Solstice Indigenous Music Awards.
Sean released his third album, NYD, aka New Years Day, to commemorate his anniversary of ten years living sober. NYD, includes 12 songs of layered melodies and baselines. The album also features newcomer Elijah B., who happens to be Sean’s younger brother, on guitar in "My Spirit Is Rising”, and was nominated for Best Instrumental Album 2017 Indigenous Music Awards.
His first original solo album, Project Axiom in 2013, which won Best Instrumental CD at Aboriginal People's Choice Awards. In 2014, his second album was unleashed, entitled TORN, which won Best Instrumental CD at the 2015 Indigenous Music Awards.
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