Jason "Human Kebab" Parsons
|Also known as||
|Origin||Stouffville, Ontario, Canada|
|Associated acts||Ubiquitous Synergy Seeker|
Jason Parsons is a Canadian DJ and producer who works under the name "Human Kebab".
Raised in Stouffville, Ontario Canada, Parsons resides in Toronto. He forms one half of Canadian alternative rock musical act, USS. Parsons has contributed writing and production to all four USS recordings (Welding the C:/, Questamation, Approved and Advanced Basics), as well as to fellow Canadian artist Lights JUNO-nominated, Certified Gold second album, Siberia, and Little Machines in 2014.
As Human Kebab, Parsons hosts and DJ's two alternative rock radio remix shows. The first, SubSONiC, began in 2013 in Edmonton, Alberta on CHDI-FM (SONiC 102.9) followed by Rock Paper Mixers on KX 93.5 in Laguna Beach, California three years later.
Peaking at #27 in Canada's Alternative Rock chart in April 2013, the song 'Weird Science' by Toronto-based electro cock-rock band Most Non Heinous was co-written by Parsons.
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