The Countless Worlds of Colin Fisher

Thoughts on his new album, Daniel Carter, collaboration, and more. Toronto’s Colin Fisher doesn’t seem to ever stop. When you dig through his maze-like discography, there’s a huge assortment of solo works, collaborative releases, ensemble pieces and just about anything else in between. His ability to jump between a variety of instruments – saxophone, guitar, drums, and well beyond – adds not just to his versatility, but … Continue reading The Countless Worlds of Colin Fisher

Colin Fisher “Reflections of the Invisible World”

Shuffling through Colin Fisher’s extensive discography is eye-opening and intimidating. He has done a vast array of work for countless labels, with endless collaborators, and in different styles. Chameleonlike in some aspects so that he can shapeshift and plug into so many zones, Fisher also has an uncanny ability to put his own stamp on whatever he’s involved in. The more of his work I’ve … Continue reading Colin Fisher “Reflections of the Invisible World”