[From Wikipedia] DD/MM/YYYY (also known as Day, Month, Year) was a Canadian experimental indie band from Toronto, Canada. They were known for their abstract music, which involves the use of unconventional instruments and combinations thereof, steadily changing time signatures and rotating member roles. They played their final show on 11/11/2011. The band was formed from ex-members of Toronto bands Plant the Bomb, The Viking Club and The Newfound Interest in Connecticut. The band members were: Mike Claxton playing Bass, Synth or Clarinet; Tomas Del Balso playing Vocals, Guitars or Drums; Jordan Holmes playing Synths, Guitars; Matt King playing Vocals, Synths, Drums or Sax; Moshe Rozenberg playing Drums, Synths or Omnichord. The nature of DD/MM/YYYY’s music was explained as a mess of spastic, specially challenged art rock with jagged, diamondback guitars, ’80s video game synthesizers, and drums that roll with all the punches of the discordant dreamy vocals and self-described as “always changing and always moving”.

Artist / AlbumYearCreditPurchase
May 2008
George Graves