Man Made Forest, above, performs at Latcham Hall on Saturday, Jan. 21 beginning at 11:45 p.m.
From acoustic to full-band performances, Man Made Forest’s music transcends all labels and stereotypes.
Their songs, brilliantly arranged, with poised and honest lyrics, take you on a journey beyond emotions and somewhere far deep into your soul. Man Made Forest is a historical document; a time and place captured and displayed; every moment raw and true.
Man Made Forest formed in Markham in 2012, consisting of Kevin Ker (vocals, guitar), Justin Dillon (drums, percussion, drum synth), Sarah Fazackerley (vocals, keyboards, synth, saxophone, flute), Todd Larter (bass, vocals) and Pete Reid (percussion).
Man Made Forest are known for their enthralling live performances as well as their use of a wide variety of traditional and unique musical techniques. Their utilization of high-impact sound followed by vocals awash in total silence results in an immersive sensory experience in which audience members not only hear the music but feel it as well.
Man Made Forest played their first official live show in June of 2015 at the Markham Village Music Festival and have gone on to headline numerous music festivals, including the PAN AM Global Fest, Markham Village Music Festival and Harvest Fest. They embarked on a tour of Eastern Canada in August of 2016.