On his latest project, Phono d’enfant (aka Trevor Sloan) offers up a fresh take on the singer-songwriter tradition, combining his fascination with old keyboards and sounds with acoustic instruments and intimate vocals. In two years, he released three albums (White Blossoms, The Golden Age of Mexican Cinema and Balsam Sunrise) that put as much focus on the sounds as the songs themselves. On his fourth album, Ragged Chute Blues, Trevor continues to explore different styles but in a sense he has come home musically and lyrically, taking inspiration from the Ottawa Valley country music scene and his family roots in Quyon, Quebec.
Trevor Sloan Vocals, guitar, synth
Christie Gray Violin, mandolin