CRi

Fri Nov 26 2021

10:00 PM (Doors 10:00 PM)

CODA

794 Bathurst Street Toronto, ON M5R 3G1

Ages 19+

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Net Capacity: 400

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CRi

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  • CRi

    CRi

    Dance/Electronic

    CRi quickly made his mark on the Montreal electronic scene by offering a singular sound
    influenced by house synths, syncopated snares, and futuristic basslines. A self-taught college
    dropout, CRi caught the attention of tastemakers through his first two EPs; 'Tell Her' and
    'Someone Else' released on TOKiMONSTA’s label, Young Art.

    Christophe Dubé’s real breakthrough happened in 2018 with a Juno nomination for the EP 'Someone Else' which was
    swiftly followed with the release of his mini EP 'Me and My Friends' as well as his collaboration
    with Charlotte Cardin, 'Fous n’importe où', which revisits Daniel Bélanger's timeless classic.

    Having debuted on Anjunadeep in 2019 he quickly caught the ear of BBC Radio 1’s Pete Tong
    and Annie Mac with ‘Initial’, which was also championed on KCRW by Jason Bentley. CRi’s rise
    through Montreal’s bubbling scene in recent years now culminates in his debut album ‘Juvenile’.
CODA & Embrace Presents

CRi

Fri Nov 26 2021 10:00 PM

(Doors 10:00 PM)

CODA Toronto ON
CRi
  • Sorry, there are currently no tickets available through TicketWeb.
  • Please check back later.

Ages 19+

Net Capacity: 400
CRi

CRi

Dance/Electronic

CRi quickly made his mark on the Montreal electronic scene by offering a singular sound
influenced by house synths, syncopated snares, and futuristic basslines. A self-taught college
dropout, CRi caught the attention of tastemakers through his first two EPs; 'Tell Her' and
'Someone Else' released on TOKiMONSTA’s label, Young Art.

Christophe Dubé’s real breakthrough happened in 2018 with a Juno nomination for the EP 'Someone Else' which was
swiftly followed with the release of his mini EP 'Me and My Friends' as well as his collaboration
with Charlotte Cardin, 'Fous n’importe où', which revisits Daniel Bélanger's timeless classic.

Having debuted on Anjunadeep in 2019 he quickly caught the ear of BBC Radio 1’s Pete Tong
and Annie Mac with ‘Initial’, which was also championed on KCRW by Jason Bentley. CRi’s rise
through Montreal’s bubbling scene in recent years now culminates in his debut album ‘Juvenile’.