16649304_1328015227237388_1089382409669379984_nWhile I write this, I’m listening to King Tubby’s album “Dub Fever”. Why? Because Montreal’s own CRi mentioned that King Tubby was in inspiration to him and it had honestly been a long time since I had listened to dub music.

Which is not to say that Osheaga festival goers can expect dub when they see CRi perform, they are much more likely to experience his (along with Ouri) signature sun drenched synths and steady basslines that are sure to get anyone who’s ready to dance moving.

Earlier this year, CRi was unsure about what lay in store for the future. But these days he seems fully devoted to making new music. Here’s what he had to say as he gets ready to perform at this year’s Osheaga music festival:

Keith: Osheaga has become one of the biggest festivals of the year in Canada, and even North America and it’s hosted right here in Montreal. With so many fans coming in from out of town for the festival, how important is it you to represent Montreal, in Montreal on such an international stage?

Cri: I’m very glad to be part of this major event I’ll try to do my best to be a good Montreal representative. I can’t wait to play alongside artists that I admire. To be a part of this lineup is a great opportunity. ↓ Read the rest of this entry…

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