Toronto's Very Own

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     With Vol.02 comes the relaunch of ‘Toronto’s Very Own’, a series dedicated to showcasing Toronto talent. As a creative platform, Revibe hopes to draw attention to a diverse group of local creators. To kick things off, we have partnered with a digital illustrator, a music-duo, and a fashion designer. Read on to discover some interesting insights, brought to you by some even more interesting people.

     Welcome our first artist- Great Wave! Just off of releasing their first EP ‘Swim Deep’, musicians Emily Persich and Carmen Pizarro are here to chat with Revibe. Having been singing together since 2013, Great Wave has honed a unique sound which is all their own. ‘Swim Deep’ consists of five originals, all filled with touching lyrics and sweet-sounding harmonies.

     Darcy Allan is an illustrator, designer, and self-proclaimed ‘cat mom’ to her little-one Penny. After graduating Sheridan College with a degree in illustration, Darcy opened up a children’s art studio called Tea With Gladys. After four years of business, Darcy has recently shifted her focus back to becoming a full-time illustrator. While designing for platforms such as MTV, Darcy also sells her prints online.

 

GREAT WAVE

Welcome our first artist- Great Wave! Just off of releasing their first EP ‘Swim Deep’, musicians Emily Persich and Carmen Pizarro are here to chat with Revibe. Having been singing together since 2013, Great Wave has honed a unique sound which is all their own. ‘Swim Deep’ consists of five originals, all filled with touching lyrics and sweet-sounding harmonies. For this interview, we asked each of them to fill out their own interview pages to see how they compare!

CARMEN:

EMILY:

Darcy Allan aka doedee

Darcy Allan is an illustrator, designer, and self-proclaimed ‘cat mom’ to her little-one Penny. After graduating Sheridan College with a degree in illustration, Darcy opened up a children’s art studio called Tea With Gladys. After four years of business, Darcy has recently shifted her focus back to becoming a full-time illustrator. While designing for platforms such as MTV, Darcy also sells her prints online.