Morre confirmed for Clinton Art & Music Festival

©2010 Photo Courtesy of Igor Vidyashev
IV Photography Studio

Consisting of Adrian Tonceanu (Vocals/Guitars), Igor Lazebnik (Vocals/Guitars) and Tyler Koch (Drums/Backup Vocals), Morre was born in early 2008 in Toronto by the common thirst of creating an original yet commercial sound. This band has a unique story behind its upbringing. Traveling from different parts of the world, each member endured hardships as artists, as well as the joys of meeting new characters throughout their journeys. These elements give the band endless topics and weight to their lyrical and musical content. Combining dark, mystical themes with camp-fire party vibe, this band will trigger a wide range of emotions in their listeners.

With a deeply rooted musical knowledge these three rockers managed to craft an elaborate yet easily digestible sound of their own. Morre's style and music can be described as a "world sound" combining two great songs of our time: “Paint it black” (Rolling Stones) and “Kashmir” (Led Zeppelin). In their sound you can also hear hints of Pink Floyd and eastern melodies.

With a powerful live delivery reinforced by conviction and strong dynamics, Morre keeps the audience in the palm of their hands. Every show has a theatrical element that makes the band a visual, entertaining outfit. Conducted by professional behavior and charisma on stage as well as off stage, Morre treats their audience with class and respect making everyone an ally. The cunning ability to adapt to the industry's standards, the flexible nature and the versatility of this group can only make this an easy project to work with.

One of the many unique characteristics of the band is defined by a Queen-esque ability to all sing in harmony. The two distinct sounding guitar players (Igor and Adrian) give the band a panned stereo flavor that will make you bend back and forth between the left and right speakers of your stereo system. Tyler's diverse drumming and ability to personalize each song is an integral part of the overall sound. Combining a Ginger Baker/Keith Moon stage persona and style, Tyler is hardly the guy at the back, sharing the spotlight.



Morre’s release “Contrast” (Melodic Revolution Records) is the follow up to “…Out There” (2009) “Contrast” will feature six new songs: Winding Roads - Lady Of Lust - Stray Dog - I Can't Remember – Renegades - Bring You Back

Contrast was This record was recorded at "Chalet" ( and engineered by Ian Bodzasi ( Mixed and mastered by Larry Fricke ( Produced by Morre. CD artwork and design by Alina Bungardean ( Photography: Igor Vidyashev (


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