Keeping busy is more of a spiritual practice than anything else. Just BEING lost in the process and keeping the energy flowing into something to listen to is all I could ask for, really. Serenity is having several little projects on the go that aren't nagging but pleasantly waiting for me when the days are … Continue reading Incoming!
If you love good songs like I do then you probably would (or already do) love the songs of Mike O'Neill (formerly of the Inbreds). Gooseberry Records recently released a tribute to his songs and I was lucky enough to record his song "This is who I am" with my friend, Michael Feuerstack (Snailhouse, The … Continue reading Mike O’Neill Tribute
It was a bountiful summer. Got a lot of work done and now have a few irons in the fire. The Sappyfest songwriter in residency and summer tour was a period full of serendipitous happenings and inspiring times. You can expect to hear a new Coco et co. album this winter, a musical art project … Continue reading Sappyfest X and New Projects
Arcticalia is NOW available for purchase and streaming! Check it out! https://andrewsisk.bandcamp.com/
To celebrate the upcoming tour and album release of Arcticalia here is a new music video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tuh_WMSdw6I ALBUM RELEASE TOUR May 27th Toronto, ON The Tranzac* 7 p.m. May 28th Cambridge, ON House of Miracles* 8 p.m. May 29th Montreal, QC Cagibi* 9 p.m. w/ Bantam Wing May 30th Kingston, ON Musiikki Café* … Continue reading Impeachment Video and Tour
A mixture of luck and trying has gotten me the rare and fortuitous opportunity of being the Songwriter in Residence at Sappyfest in Sackville, NB this summer. I will have the opportunity to create whatever I want and collaborate with new and old friends while being a part of the inspiring musical community that exists. … Continue reading SAPPYFEST!!!
The plan had been hatched; in the darkness of the winter we would meet in the warmth of the House of Miracles studio to record what would become my new record, Arcticalia. Our group of friends elaborated the songs into Tropicalia inspired indie folk rock. The songs are little protests of anxiety and beauty, mistrust … Continue reading ARCTICALIA – May 26, 2015