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THE ARTIST

Pianos, beats & trampolines.  Nadia Burnstick is a Winnipeg-based Métis singer-songwriter who has leaped from project to project for nearly two decades.  A multi-genre artist, she began her career releasing French ambient pop music.  No stranger to collaborative efforts, she worked in the electronic music duo, Over The Transom, then went on to record the JUNO-nominated folk-roots album Kîyânaw as part of the duo Burnstick with her husband and guitarist, Jason Burnstick.  Through every musical endeavor and through every genre, she always finds a way to infuse her songs with an unmistakable authenticity.  Nadia has won numerous awards including a SOCAN Songwriter Award, Radio-Canada’s Muziklips, a Western Canadian Music Award as well as awards at the renowned Festival international de la chanson de Granby, Québec and Festival de Petite-Vallée.

THE SINGLE

Drawn to so many inspiring projects over the years, her plans to record and release her first solo English pop tracks have taken over a decade to actualize.  Her first single, Point Breaking, is co-produced with long-time friend and music collaborator, Joseph Fiola.  Refreshing pop with electronic influences, the single reflects on the choices we will make to heal our planet for the next generations, questioning what we can do with the lack of choice we are left with, and the overwhelming nature of it all.  "At the crossroads, where will we go?  Will we stand up with the screaming crowd or will we sleep through the growl?"

MUSIC

CREDITS

Written and composed by Nadia Burnstick

Nadia Burnstick: Vocals, Piano

Joseph Fiola: Bass, Beats, Synths

Jason Burnstick: Weissenborn Guitar

 

Recorded at Kîyânaw Studio, Winnipeg, Manitoba; engineer: Jason Burnstick

Recorded at Studio Joseph Fiola, Montreal, Quebec; engineer: Joseph Fiola

 

 

Produced by Joseph Fiola and Nadia Burnstick

Mixed by Joseph Fiola, Montreal, Quebec

Mastered by Peter Letros, Wreckhouse Mastering, Toronto, Ontario

 

 

Photography by Jason Burnstick

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