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  December 7, 2021 7:00 PM

Doors Open: 6:00 PM
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ADVANCED: $20.00
DAY OF: $25.00
BALCONY: $35.00

DAY OF / BALCONY Public Onsale: December 7, 2021 12:00 AM to December 7, 2021 7:00 PM
ADVANCED / BALCONY Public Onsale: July 23, 2021 10:00 AM to December 7, 2021 12:00 AM
Through the progressive, instrumental rock project, Intervals, Aaron Marshall has long been
considered an innovator. He’s built a career on trusting his instincts, even when that intuition has led
him down a road that is decidedly less traveled. That may mean tearing down genre norms, finding
creative ways to interact with fans, or a commitment to self-releasing music even when label
opportunities are readily available to him. Marshall has bet on himself continuously, and backed that
gamble up with hard work, unparalleled creativity, and an uncompromising desire to make each
Intervals release a pivotal moment in the lineage of instrumental rock. On Intervals’ latest record,
Circadian, Marshall continues to push the limit at every turn, resulting in arguably the most dynamic
record in the band’s highly-revered catalog.

In the past, Marshall has always written the music for a record first and relied on the composition to
tell him what the story should be. On Circadian, for the first time, he had an abstract map of the
record’s story prior to the music and was able to develop both aspects simultaneously. This new
approach to the storytelling process is a perfect example of Marshall’s artistic maturation that unfolds
over the past three Intervals records. On The Shape of Colour (2015), the subject matter was more
broad stroke and interpretive, taking a step in a more honest and natural direction with the attitude of
the music. For the 2017 release of The Way Forward, Marshall looked beyond personal experience
as he tackled the oldest staple in storytelling, the hero’s journey, while reflecting on iconic pop
culture in film, music, and literature to tell a story about where he comes from and where he’s
headed. WIth Circadian, Marshall takes a brave step into the abstract, building a story around the
innate human connection to the sun, and how that rhythmic cycle plays a crucial roll in our day to
day lives . As a society, we’ve created an existence largely disconnected from the natural rhythm of
life. This record serves as a reminder that seeking ideal circadian flow is integral to cutting through
the static noise of modern life to find true peace. Marshall took something intimate (his own pursuit
of balance) and conveyed it in a widely relatable message - something that is often considered the
mark of a true storyteller.

Circadian was co-produced by Marshall and fellow Torontonian, Sam Guaiana (Silverstein,
Obey The Brave, Like Pacific) - marking the first time the esteemed producer had ever worked on an
instrumental record. It was also the first time that most of the work on an Intervals record was done
locally in Toronto. As a result, Marshall had the opportunity to be more involved in the production and
mixing process than ever before. Circadian is meant to be viewed as a singular piece, with
obsessive attention paid to the flow of the record. It’s full of motifs, cadences, and themes that are
revisited throughout the record and even recalled from previous releases. Circadian intentionally
clocks in at 8 songs and roughly 40 minutes, as Marshall gave considerable thought to where the
sweet spot between listener satisfaction and desire to immediately play it back was. Every minute
detail surrounding the record has purpose, and builds towards an all encompassing experience.
Ultimately, Circadian is a commentary piece on a fractured world and a call to reconnect with the
natural state in order to begin the healing process.
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