Jonathan Gallivan

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Jonathan Gallivan
Born (1972-01-29) January 29, 1972 (age 47)
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Occupation(s)Musician, producer, multimedia developer
Associated acts
Websitewww.jonathangallivan.com

Jonathan Gallivan (born in Toronto, Ontario) is a Toronto-based producer, musician, and multi-media developer for Gallivan Media.

He co-founded the band My Brilliant Beast with Byron Kent Wong and Julia Galios in 1993. For 1995, My Brilliant Beast's song Fall Away, from their self-titled EP, was a Top 30 hit on Canadian radio.

He joined Random Media Core Inc. in 1993, a Canadian company dedicated to music, design, marketing, and new media. At the company, Jonathan developed the original "welcome" page for the launching of the Sympatico ISP, as well as the original website for TV Guide in Canada.

Artists Jonathan has worked with include My Brilliant Beast, The Crystal Method, David Usher, Roger Mooking, The Clear, NLX and many others.

In 2005, Jonathan composed the songs Blunt Like Solid (recorded by Dubtractive) and I Want You To Love Me (But You Just Let Me Go) (recorded by Jonny Gee Rogers) for Clement Virgo's film Lie With Me. He also co-wrote the song The Figure It Ate (recorded by Pong Console) with Byron Kent Wong, the film's composer, who was nominated for a Genie Award for the score.

Jonathan produced, recorded and engineered an acoustic album for David Usher called "The Mile End Sessions", which was released September 14, 2010. Previously, he recorded, engineered and co-produced Wake Up And Say Goodbye. He also produced, recorded, engineered and mixed David Usher's latest solo album, Songs from the Last Day on Earth, which was released on October 2, 2012.

Jonathan joined the band Moist as guitarist and background vocalist for their record Glory Under Dangerous Skies, which was released in September 2014.

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