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Kenny Gourmet – Time Zones [Video]

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Vancouver, BCOriginally published June 2, 2014 - Vancouver based artist Kenny Gourmet has released his first song in almost two years with the audio and visual release of, “Time Zones.” The track is currently available on iTunes and for stream on Bandcamp. The video was directed by Kenny Gourmet himself as Kenny plays a character who makes a decision to leave his current state, leaving everything and everyone to pursue music.

The authenticity of the song comes to life as the song idea of “I hate flying alone” and the aerial scenes were both conceptualize and captured on the same flight. Coming back home from his trip from Los Angeles, Kenny immediately went to the studio and wrote the record with Vancouver producer, Jan Betsayda. “Time Zones” is the title track and is taken from Gourmet’s upcoming album, Time Zones, which will be released on September 16 on Uptown Paradise Records. Check the video after the jump!

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Max has been producing, engineering and creating Hip-Hop music for the last 10 years. In 2011 he moved to London, England to study sound engineering with some of Europe's top engineers at Point Blank College of Music. Upon returning to Canada, Max enrolled at Nimbus School of Recording Arts where he continued his education in music production. He now resides in Vancouver where he operates a home studio and is actively involved with numerous local artists. Max is building his own production company Bodhi Tree Productions to assist unsigned artists with recording, mixing, mastering, grant writing and multiple other facets of artist development.

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