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If you see Nick Everett recording that grinding noise that the ventilation system up the street makes, don’t think twice. The man is hardwired to make music. He hears potential in subtle sounds that your ears might miss. “If you’re looking for music, you’ll find it---everywhere,” says the London, ON, native who used everything---from a knocking radiator, to a suitcase, to a hiking sock full of rocks---to piece together the intricate layers that complement the more conventional instruments used on his recently released EP, Rocky Top. Between two EPs (the first being Old Adventure/Love Songs) and coinciding country-spanning touring, Everett’s had a damn busy year. And he’s already looking forward to what’s next: Putting a year’s work into writing and recording a double album.” Music’s always just been a thing that I do, now it’s a focal point.”