2013 album from the Canadian Indie act. Lesser Evil comes after many years of smaller EPs, performance, and video art. Airick Woodhead, deeply entrenched in the Montreal and Toronto DIY scenes. Woodhead is 'immune to technology'; the singer, producer, multi-instrumentalist certainly uses technology hard enough that it breaks down completely; the cover art for Lesser Evil is simply a photograph of his broken Laptop screen. The album features warped short-looped samples, which congeal with drum parts and Woodhead's distinct falsetto, creating a live energy that is experiential, raw and solitary.