Vancouver musician Kaden Harris releases new Electronica EP “The Tao of Chaos” on Schtum Logic Records

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Vancouver musician Kaden Harris releases new Electronica EP “The Tao of Chaos” on Schtum Logic Records

Kaden Harris releases new Electronica EP: “The Tao of Chaos” (VANCOUVER, BC) December 16, 2013 – Vancouver British Columbia musician Kaden Harris has today released his first Eccentric Genius EP on the Brazilian label Schtum Logic Records. The six-track EP “The Tao of Chaos” features a compilation of tribal dark ambient tracks produced since 2000, representing Harris’ diverse and extensive body of work. The EP includes “Advent of the Hand,” “Black Market Arithmetic,” “Prayer to Mother Logic,” “Four Thoughts Channeled,” “Gollum’s Cyberdelic Breakfast” and “Choc Lit.” Harris is joined by...

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Vancouver artist Kaden Harris donates percentage of sales to Miscellany Finds, Women Working With Women

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Vancouver artist Kaden Harris donates percentage of sales to Miscellany Finds, Women Working With Women

Vancouver Artist Kaden Harris’ Work Featured at Miscellany Finds Pre-Christmas Shopping Event (VANCOUVER, British Columbia, Canada – December 7, 2013) – Handcrafted electric kalimbas and desk accessories by Vancouver artist Kaden Harris will be featured at a special pre-Christmas shopping event on December 7, 2013 at Miscellany Finds, an East Vancouver resale boutique in the Hastings Sunrise neighborhood. Miscellany Finds will open the doors of its East village location at 2615 East Hastings Street on December 7, 2013 from 7:00 to 10:00 p.m. for the event, enticing gift-buyers...

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Zen and the art of scrapyard archeology in the Globe and Mail

Posted by on Jan 30, 2008 in Blog, News | Comments Off

Eccentric Genius Kaden Harris was profiled in a love note from the Globe and Mail on January 28th. It’s here, right next to the refrigerator, that Mr. Harris fabricates what he calls “antiques from a parallel universe” – wood and metal objects that draw on equal parts Jules Verne, Leonardo da Vinci and Salvador Dali, in a style called “steampunk.” They take on many forms, from torsion-powered crossbows called ballistas to high-powered catapults called trebuchets and mangonels. He’s built a bong from a glass lamp globe and scrapyard brass that looks...

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