April 2, 2010

CHIN - D’tach Album Release Party and Birthday Bash

For friends, fam and fans of CHIN…mark Tuesday, April 6th down on your calendar cause we’re going to have a HUGE celebration at Fortune Sound Club!!!!!

On April 6th, 2010 CHIN’s newest solo record D’tach becomes available through Sparks Music/EMI. On that same day we’ll be having the D’tach Album Release Party…PLUS we’ll be celebrating CHIN’s Birthday!!!

Join us on this very special night with an early performance by CHIN plus special guest DJs!!!!!

CHIN - w/Live band on at 11pm - GET THERE EARLY!


DJ Bles-sed

The Boyscouts (P-Luv and Marlon J. English)


DJ Flipout
Playing only Awesome Shit!

Photos by Brad Dykman!


Cover charge = $8 at the door
Cover charge + D'tach CD = $15 at the door


Presented by:
Gman & Rizk - http://www.gmanandrizk.com/
Elsewhere - http://elsewheresounds.blogspot.com/
Diamond Supply Co. -http://diamondsupplyco.com/diamondlife/

Supported by:
Sparks Music - http://www.sparksmusic.com/
Nimbus - http://www.nimbusrecording.com/index.html
The Lab Magazine - http://thelabmagazineonline.com/
Foundation Radio - http://www.foundationradio.ca/index.html
Sharks & Hammers - http://www.sharksandhammers.com/
SVS Style - http://www.svsvancity.com/index.html
For the Luv of It - http://www.fortheluvofit.com/



Sonically, D'tach is quite a departure from the music that CHIN's name is currently attached to such as production credits with the likes of the Clipse, Drake and 50 Cent. The one constant that remains however, is a focus on crafting quality music and songs. With a stripped down sound on this album CHIN explains, “I detached from everything, separated myself, cut off the strings”

He was detached from the tools of his trade.

“In my studio is a collection of basses, which is my first instrument. Also I have some vintage keyboards and guitars plus a few eclectic pieces like the harmonium and tablas. But for this record I stepped away from it all and armed myself with some coffee, a vivid memory, a pad, a pen and a used guitar I got for fifty bucks.”

He was separated from his anxieties.

“Who I am is a creative entity...someone who is not afraid to expose himself any longer. I will expose my weaknesses, my strengths, my short-comings, my spirituality (or lack of), my disability, my ability, my triumphs, my defeats, my losses, my gains, my tears, my joys, my darkness, my light, my prayers, my curses, my dreams and my nightmares.”

Cutting loose from the fear of self.

“Essentially I’ve detached myself to bring forth the truth. For the first time ever I have found the courage to put my life on display. Who I was, who I am, who I’m going to be...where I’ve been, where I’m going, all that I know, and all that I don’t.”