Harrison and Daniela Andrade on the opportunities and pressures of building music careers in the digital age

Toronto-based producer Harrison and Montreal-based singer Daniela Andrade join Tom Power for a performance and chat about finding a community online and the pressures of being artists in the digital age.
Toronto-based producer Harrison performing in the q music studio in Toronto, Ont. (Vivian Rashotte/CBC)

Toronto-based producer Harrison and Montreal-based singer Daniela Andrade built their music careers online, where they found a captive audience.

It was Soundcloud and YouTube that first embraced each of them and even helped connect them to each other. 

They join Tom Power to share some new music and chat about the opportunities and pressures of being artists in the digital age. You can hear Andrade on Harrison's latest album Apricity, which is out now. 

Watch the full interview and performances below. 

Harrison, 75BPM

Harrison feat. Daniela Andrade, Better

Produced by ​Tyrone Callender

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