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Millimetrik, lo-fi ambient ambassador Pascal Asselin, has been crafting honest, vivid musical landscapes taking sounds from hip-hop to classical music. His constantly evolving sound has a way of expressing his moods in exceptionally beautiful ways. At times melancholic, Millimetrik’s sounds will deeply brings you into an authentic journey.


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  • thisquietarmy

    PARALLEL LINES: new project featuring Pascal Asselin (Below The Sea, Millimetrik, Le Chat Blanc Orchestra) on drums, Ryan Ferguson (Sianspheric, Electroluminescent) on synths & Eric Quach (Destroyalldreamers, thisquietarmy) on guitar. Check it out:

    23 Sep 2011 Reply
  • geezertek

    Millimetrik has contributed to the new Absent Without Leave album Faded Photographs. the album also features guest appearances from Port-Royal, Epic45, The Declining Winter (Hood), Stafraenn Hakon and others too. more infos here:

    17 Jan 2011 Reply
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  • listentoSCQ

    Cities has become one of my absolute favourites... when I was overseas and unbelievably hot, this EP reminded me of the Canadian winters we take for granted and complain about. Can't wait for new material.

    16 Aug 2009 Reply
  • Auxerra

    Hojicha reminds me of a less-intense FanuSamurai.

    8 May 2009 Reply
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  • InASafePlace

    Love this guy's music. The collab with Port-Royal is gonna be intense!

    10 Nov 2008 Reply
  • SimonRoy

    The latest album, I am you are me; remixes and unreleased, can be purchased on It's a must have !

    22 Mar 2007 Reply

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