Before launching a solo career in 2008, Toronto native Sebastien Grainger found an audience as the drum-playing vocalist of Death from Above 1979. The group's sweaty mix of punk, hip-hop, and dance was chronicled on two albums (one of them a remix record) before Grainger split with bandmate Jesse F. Keeler in 2006. Keeler went on to form MSTRKRFT, while Grainger tackled several new projects, the first of which saw him issuing dance singles under the alias "The Rhythm Method." He then signed with Saddle Creek Records as a solo artist. Sebastien Grainger & the Mountains, an eclectic album recorded mostly by Grainger himself, marked his solo debut in October 2008. ~ Andrew LeaheyPortions of Content Provided by Rovi Corporation.
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