I Don’t Know – Bryan Robert & Cat Murphy Band

In December 2020, I wrote the song “I Don’t Know” and I demoed it shortly after. It became one of my favorite songs at that time fairly soon but it was missing something. Not long after, I learned that it was the perfect song to collaborate with the Cat Murphy Band again, and so I did.

We rerecorded multiple tracks on three locations, two in Vancouver, Canada, and one in Utrecht, the Netherlands. The song was released as an EDM remix by Bryan Robert and as a band mix by the Cat Murphy Band (Yes, there is a Cat Murphy Band “Extended Version” but we’re saving this for their upcoming album.) It is available on all major music platforms, such as -but not limited to- Spotify, iTunes, Apple Music, Google Play Music, YouTube, Amazon Prime Music, TikTok, Pandora, and Tidal per June 2021.

Bryan Robert – I Don’t Know (EDM Remix)

Cat Murphy Band – I Don’t Know (Radio Edit)

Sorry (Remix) – Bryan Robert

This is an “Electronic Music Production” assignment for the Sound Education program.

Students needed to construct their own track based on a sample kit from an unpublished track. From this sample kit, I used the main vocal line, the bass drop, synth drop, chord drop, and the violins. I adjusted the chord progression significantly, added the beats, bass, piano, and synths, and redesigned the vocals to create the backing vocals.

A Quickie – Bryan Robert

“A Quickie” was released in May of 2021 on all major music platforms, such as -but not limited to- Spotify, iTunes, Apple Music, Google Play Music, YouTube, Amazon Prime Music, TikTok, Pandora, and Tidal.

My roles:
– Songwriter
– Producer
– Instruments
– Vocals
– Mixing
– Mastering

Keep Up – Bryan Robert

“Keep Up” was released in March of 2021 on all major music platforms, such as -but not limited to- Spotify, iTunes, Apple Music, Google Play Music, YouTube, Amazon Prime Music, TikTok, Pandora, and Tidal.

My roles:
– Songwriter
– Producer
– Instruments
– Vocals
– Mixing
– Mastering

I Want You Back – Cat Murphy Band

“I Want You Back” is the first collaboration with the CMB without being an active band member. The collaboration is even more special because parts for this song were recorded in three different locations: Vancouver and London in Canada, as well as Utrecht in the Netherlands.

The song was released on December 30th of 2020 on all major music platforms, such as -but not limited to- Spotify, iTunes, Apple Music, Google Play Music, YouTube, Amazon Prime Music, TikTok, Pandora, and Tidal. The wonderful Kaitlin Deavy also made the lyric video you will find below.

My roles:
– Bass
– Acoustic guitar
– Electric guitar (some)
– Drums
– Production
– Recording tech in Utrecht (NL)

I Love How Much You Hate Me – Lighthouse Park

The “I Love How Much You Hate Me” EP is the third release from my band Lighthouse Park, which is a conceptual band. It means that I am the sole member of the band, and it was meant to present some of the songs I have written to a broader audience.

My roles:
– Producer
– Mixer
– Songwriter
– Vocals
– Instruments (all of them, no exceptions)

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From Alberta With Love – Bryan Robert

“From Alberta With Love” is the second song I released as Bryan Robert, and it is the first song available on iTunes, Apple Music, and Spotify with my actual name.

My roles:
– Songwriter
– Producer
– Instruments
– Vocals

Just Say Yes – Lighthouse Park

The “Just Say Yes” EP is the second release from my band Lighthouse Park, which is a conceptual band. It means that I am the sole member of the band, and it was meant to present some of the songs I have written to a broader audience. If you have seen live performances of the Cat Murphy Band when I played bass in the band, you may actually have heard “Just Say Yes” live.

My roles:
– Producer
– Mixer
– Songwriter
– Vocals
– Instruments (all of them, no exceptions)
– Remix

The First Batch – Lighthouse Park

“The First Batch” EP is the first release from my band Lighthouse Park, which is a conceptual band. It means that I am the sole member of the band, and it was meant to present some of the songs I have written to a broader audience.

My roles:
– Producer
– Mixer
– Songwriter
– Vocals
– Instruments (all of them, no exceptions)

Festival Song – Cat Murphy Band

When I recorded the bass line for “Festival Song,” I was already so familiar with the Cat Murphy Band. However, this was the first time I worked with producer Alejandro Z. which was a fruitful experience.

My roles:
– bass guitar & backing vocals
– soda can opening
– decorative burps