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Day33 Music Press kit
In 80s Montreal, unbeknownst to each other, young lads Jeff and Rick were attracted to the sounds of Depeche Mode, Kraftwerk, New Order and Canadian New Wave, among others. Both took their first steps into the world of music.
At age 13, Jeff and Rick began to explore the universe of the DJ and music producer. Jeff discovered the tables and the mixer.
Rick discovered the art of using his double cassette deck and turntable to develop his budding talent for mixing and sonic storytelling.
In the 90s, Jeff entered the burgeoning field of internet radio, while also getting gigs spinning tables at bars and parties.
Meanwhile, Rick turned to learning the arts of sound design and scoring.
As the new millennium dawned, Rick and Jeff accepted their true calling: to serve the sounds and beats of house music.
Jeff evolved into Mr. Daymus, getting crowds grooving on dancefloors across Quebec.
Rick transformed into Super Agent 33, producing a plethora of original tracks and remixes, which caught the attention, among others, of a popular Nashville online radio station, whose listeners voted him one of the top producers of the year several times.
When their worlds finally crossed, they discovered their syncopation and embarked on their first collaborative efforts.
The burst of creativity that came from this encounter led them to burn bright and attract attention from various labels requesting their expertise, as A&R reps, to discover new talent.
After this adventure, Jeff returned to the art of DJ-ing and hosting classic house music radio shows, while Rick continued to compose original material, produce remixes and construct numerous eclectic podcasts.
Now that each has perfected his unique vibes, these clever guys have once again synchronized their styles, to bring you the sounds of Day33.
Montreal native Super Agent 33, Eric Bellamy by day, studied piano and classical guitar before focusing his talents on sound design.
His early endeavours led to an award for best original score for the Quebec short film L’Exode.
Working under the name Eardesigns, Eric went on to compose experimental, ambient and down-tempo tracks that fans of these genres received enthusiastically. In 2003, he shifted his focus to house and techno, and Super Agent 33 was born.
His efforts in this field were rewarded when the listeners of the Nashville-based radio show Mixdown voted him among the top ten artists of 2004.
For 2005, he was their first runner up for remixer/producer, and for 2006, they chose him as remixer/producer of the year.
During this period, he also won remixing competitions for artists including The Project, Pete Venkman, Seven Heads and The Real Tuesday Weld.
These successes drew the attention of Milan-based Total Wipes Productions, as well as Romanian producer Cristian Paduraru, who recruited Super Agent 33 not only as a remixer, but also as an A&R representative for his label.
His music derives influences from a broad spectrum of styles, among them 80s Britpop, German techno, Detroit house, Afro-Caribbean tribal and Canadian new wave.
Artists who have inspired Super Agent 33 include Victor Calderone, Danny Tenaglia, Depeche Mode, Underworld and New Order.
In 2008, his original release The Tribe Anthem became a top seller on the Total Wipes label, who subsequently released a three-volume remix compilation based on this track.
In recent years, Super Agent 33 has turned out a wide variety of dancefloor anthems for producers Undah-dub at Decibel NYC and Coolrogrox at Digital Vinyl Recordings (DVR).
These labels regularly call on his talent for creating high-calibre tribal remixes of artists such as No Government, A.D. Cruze and Eva Soul, as well as Aguizi, Daemon Sick and Processing Vessel. In January 2012, his original track Evolving was featured as a Beatport staff pick, setting the tone for a year in which Super Agent 33 delivered a new EP whose lead-off single, ShellShock, was selected by DVR to premiere at WMC 2012.
The follow-up track, Break the Silence, debuted in May at DEMF. In addition, several new SA33 remixes were released through DVR.