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Posted by scott at 14 December 2017

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Starting fresh for 2018 by moving my musical works to my new artist/production website. All of my music moving forward will be released under the name Deadly Stare. Please check out my site and follow me on social media if you would like to stay in touch with my upcoming music projects!

Thank you!

Posted by scott at 9 December 2016

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For the month of December, the entire discography of my label, Endemik Music, is basically FREE to download through Endemik bandcamp. We are offering 90% OFF the bundle of 29 digital albums for only $12.85!

We are planning on donating all proceeds to The Empowerment Plan project.  In short, they are a “nonprofit organization based in Detroit, MI…they hire single parents from local shelters and provide them with training and full-time employment as seamstresses so that they can earn a stable income, find secure housing, and regain their independence. The individuals they hire manufacture a coat designed to meet the needs of those in the homeless community.”

Our goal is to be able to donate enough for at least one coat and/or supplies but hopefully more! Regardless of what we pull in from the discography downloads, we plan on donating enough for 1 coat to be manufactured on the labels behalf.   
So go grab the records and let’s get some coats made!  Tell all your friends and lovers about it! 

* To download, please visit this link to our Bandcamp profile. Select any album and below the album cover you will see a note saying FULL DIGITAL DISCOGRAPHY. Click and enter the amount at 90% off. You can also send the DOWNLOAD to a friend as a gift.

#ADownloadADonation #EndemikMusic #TheEmpowermentPlan

Endemik Music A Download A Donation


Posted by scott at 7 October 2015

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Wu-Tang and family has always been a big influence of mine so i decided to do a little WU mashup with some of my previously recorded and released songs either under my name or my group Triune Gods.

1. P.L.O Style w/ Method Man & Carlton Fisk
2. 1-800 Suicide w/ Gravediggaz
3. Shimmy Shimmy Ya w/ Ol’ Dirty Bastard
4. The Shoot Out w/ Killarmy
5. Labels w/ GZA
6. Release Yo’ Delf w/ Method Man
7. C.R.E.A.M w/ Raekwon & Inspectah Deck

All music created, produced and mix by Scott Da Ros.
All raps courtesy of individual. Taken from the world wide web.

Stream, share and download below!

Posted by scott at 26 May 2015

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Layers of Silence‘ is officially released today, May 26, 2015!
Grab it on vinyl if that’s your thing:
If you like to order digital files, you can grab below or if you just wanna stream, please do so.

Hope you enjoy!

Posted by scott at 15 May 2015

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The actual vinyl arrived from Europe this week via post. The sleeves arrived from Portland, Oregon in Early May via post. The plastic baggies arrived from South Montreal in March via post. I picked up the brown recycled envelopes yesterday via my bike. The photos were developed yesterday and picked up via bike.

Assembled last night and ready to go.

Order here:





Posted by scott at 5 May 2015

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It’s been almost 9 years since I have released a solo album. My debut, ‘…One Kind of Dead End‘, was released in August of 2006 and featured many different rappers and a few scattered short instrumental pieces around the rap songs. I guess I am looking at my new album, ‘Layers of Silence‘, as my truly first full length experience. It’s completely instrumental and the only guest is my dear friend Michael Feuerstack who added instrumentation to a few tracks but was also a sorta musical advisor and let me play early mixes for him and in turn he threw suggestions back to me, in which I gladly accepted (Thanks MF).

I began working on this album in late 2012 when Kid Koala invited me to come along with him to the National Music Centre in Calgary. Eric had a residence there and needed a small crew to help him set up and run his wonderful Space Cadet Headphone Concert! Side note, he invited me on stage for a song to play a 30 year old drum machine with him and Money Mark! What the hell! Anyway, we also had some time to explore the keyboard museum and record pretty much any one of the amazing machines in the building! The plan wasn’t even to record for my solo record…the plan was to set up my portable recording studio and tickle keyboards, twist knobs, wire things together and bang on drums machines for as many hours as I could to gather up as much random noise as possible. It was definitely random and it was fun.

In 2013 I started working on solo songs and using parts from this recording session along with a million other sounds previously collected (and waiting to be chopped). Soon after I had to take a break and focus on the second Triune Gods album so most of what had been started went to that album and what didn’t fit was put aside for my solo album.

This seems to have been a pattern with my music. Since my debut in ’06, it’s not like I stopped making music but rather I was working on so many other peoples music and also spending so much of my time trying to run the label. Let’s see… The main albums I worked in those years, either with beats, mixing, or recording were: Bleubird ‘RIP USA’, Filkoe ‘Lost Zoo Keys’, Sontiago ‘Steel Yourself’, Heliodrome ‘La Lumiere’, Triune Gods ‘Seven Days’, Deadly Stare 7″ (and about 12 un-released songs), and some other randoms.

After some test press complications, the album is finally set to drop May 26, 2015. My pals Luana Records in Switzerland are helping me co-release this, along with my label, Endemik Music. There will be 200 vinyl and eventually digital. No CD, no cassette and no tshirt.

Pre-order the LP now and save a few bucks and make me smile.
Europe/UK: Luana Records
North America/World: End Shoppe

The mighty Hermitofthewoods wrote a beautiful description of the album for me:

Layers of Silence, the new instrumental release from Montreal’s Scott Da Ros (Triune Gods/Deadly Stare) is a beautifully kinetic tour-de-force. As drums rumble and crash in daring acrobatic syncopations, sounds are drawn from the four corners of the world to drive them ever forward. There is a perpetual sense of movement, an infectious anticipation, like a supersonic jet with a plush interior, soaring across the landscape with Da Ros at the helm. There is no in-flight movie, only a wild beat-driven soundtrack that soaks up the flavours of everywhere it has been. Once it has travelled around the world and gathered its passengers, it angles toward space, rocketing to the stars.

Here is the first video teaser for the album created by my good friends in Japan, Daiki Kato and Yosuke Otani.

Here is the second teaser I put together:

More soon…
thanks for reading!

Posted by scott at 10 November 2014

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Both Triune Gods albums are now available as instrumental albums. You can download them now through bandcamp! Check the links below for more info, to stream or to download.

Enjoy and share if you are into them!
thanks for listening.

Triune Gods: ≠ Three Cornered World Instrumental

Triune Gods: ≠ Three Cornered World Instrumental

Posted by scott at 8 September 2014

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Early 2013 I came up with an idea for a video for my good friend Michael Feuerstack. A grant was written and all was forgotten for a few months. Late Summer in 2013 the grant came through! I teamed up with another friend AJ Korkidakis to get this video made! We tweaked the original script for a couple months and finally were able to shoot in March of 2014. This was a lot of fun and we had help from so many great people who I give lots of thanks to!! Full credits are on the video page: here

The song Scorekeeper is from Michael Feuerstack‘s album Tambourine Death Bed released on Forward Music Group.

“Set in a timeless, neutral Montreal gymnasium, the “Scorekeeper” video revolves around a semi-fictional representation of the street game of “wall ball”. Feuerstack himself plays a lonesome ex-champ, who has moved on to a new phase in his life as an undervalued referee. The song’s visual representation is by turns literal and wildly interpretive – at once comical, sad and a little bit surreal. Look for appearances from some of Feuerstack’s real life musical and wall ball collaborators.”

Posted by scott at 6 August 2014

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While on tour in Japan this spring we spent a day in Osaka with our friend and super talented film maker, Naoto Amazutsumi, to shoot a video for our next single, Causing Terror, from “≠ Three Cornered World“.

It was a beautiful day in spent in a nice park and in an old abandoned building. Naoto and crew also came to a few of our shows and shot some live footage and backstage hangouts and cut them into the video.

It turned out great!

Check it out:

Posted by scott at 9 June 2014

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On April 23rd Granma Music released the second album from my group Triune Gods titled “≠ Three Cornered World“. Take a listen to the album here: ≠ Three Cornered World

On release day bleubird and myself were flying across the Pacific meet up with Sibitt and Yosuke and Daiki from the label to begin our Japanese tour on April 26th! The tour was a lot of fun and we met many great news people and fans along the way. Tour dtaes are below.

An animation group from Saga city in Japan called 69’nersFILM created a video for the song “Jitensha Punk

April 27: Tokyo at Gallery COMMON
April 28: Nagano at PORKY
April 29: Niigata at Golden Pigs
May 02: Gifu at Ants
May 03: Nagoya at Vio
May 04: Himeji at Fab-space
May 05: Kyoto at UrBANGUILD
May 06: Osaka at CONPASS
May 09: Shizuoka at Freakyshow
May 10: Tokyo at SuperDeluxe