Paragon Cause

 

“Next Time” is the first single off their first album, “EscaPe”. With roots in Jazz, the modal structure of the song with a driving bassline creates a smoky mystery of the future. The song was originally conceived as a jazz song but by changing the harmonic structure of the song, the dense feel was established and a rhythm with hip-hop roots was applied to create the final product. This was the first song the duo wrote and recorded together. Once it was complete, they knew they found their sound. The song is written, recorded, performed and produced by Paragon Cause.

Bio Paragon Cause is a songwriting, production and musical duo based out of Canada’s Capital, Ottawa. Dutch Orange and Cape Breton Green combine to bring their love of Hip-hop, jazz piano, 80’s synthesizers and 50’s guitars to create music that is mysterious yet familiar. Flowing vocals with dense harmony mix with dark modal guitar playing, all set to retro drums.

 

Marnie, from southern Ontario, Canada is a trained Jazz singer and pianist whose strong songwriting skills set the base for many of the tunes the duo produce together. Influences include Mamma Cass, The Beatles and Beethoven. Her songs often discuss topics that can challenge the average listener to embrace deeper meaning and emotion.

 

Kirwan, originally from Cape Breton, Nova Scotia shied away from the Celtic influence of growing up in Cape Breton and was drawn to bands such as Tribe Called Quest, Digable Planets and early Ice Cube. Juxtaposed with his love of The Cure, Janes Addiction and The Raveonettes, his guitar playing and production skills pull together all his influences to create dense and dark arrangements.

 

The duo writes, records and produces all songs.

 

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