Eightcubed is a Canadian experimental electronic music performer and producer from Toronto. His debut album "Simple Dance" was released in 2006 by Abstract Core Records. In 2008 "Heart Invaders"  was released with a music video directed by computer animator Dan Swan and nationally aired on MuchMusic throughout 2008 to 2011. In 2009 he released "City Life" an EP that received popular acclaim for its low-fi retro futuristic sound, notably for the singles "Promise Me"  and "The Island of Purple Waterfall". Another music video for the single "Enter Light" followed in 2011 with video animation by Andrea Simone. In a Detroit radio interview Eightcubed explains the importance of storytelling and artificial intelligence in his music. In 2013, he released "Sheath & Beyond" EP with the hit single "Divine Money" launching him once again in the top 10 of North American radio stations. He has been featured in Now Magazine,RCRD LBL and independent blogs, most recently he has began to perform live at music festivals and club venues.
Eightcubed's musical style has been described as "mesmerizing, strangely addictive, innovative, retro-futuristic and whimsical". In early 2007 Cue Mix Magazine proclaimed his sound fascinating and groundbreaking. Eightcubed has stated that he leaves his musical writing to be defined by critics and that his most ardent instrument is the computer.