Kevin Kennedy, fresh off a national arena tour with Neverending White Lights opening for Our Lady Peace, decides to start a new project. Matt Weston, a longtime friend, drummer, and studio engineer is called in to help produce and most likely play drums on the project. The project hits a snag, or what was thought to be a snag, while auditioning bass players. The right mix of feel, ability, and reliability was not found. As an experiment on the first song, Weston hooks up his Roland Octapad to a bass amp and programs the root notes for the chords. A period of relearning how to play the drums while also playing the bass ensues and the rest is history!
The Dyadics are formed and rehearse a full album's worth of material. Live shows between London and Toronto are played, reactions are analyzed, demos are discussed with a Juno winning engineer, and recording the debut album finally begins.
Following a successful independent release of the album and promotional shows and interviews, the band becomes busy with other projects. Kevin has another duo receiving airplay from CBC called The Marrieds, and Matt continues to produce successful indie bands such as Amity Beach. This left only a little time for a followup, so it is decided that an EP will be built around a new song, Dead and Gone. The rest of the EP is rounded out with a simultaneous bass and drums solo entitled Get Down, a reworked version of a tune from the first record, and three cover songs from STP, Hendrix, and Zeppelin that have become favourites at shows.
A music video is shot and released for Dead and Gone. The band performs at the Jack Richardson Music Awards and begins playing larger shows with the likes of Die Mannequin, The Balconies, and Faber Drive.
The Dyadics are now working on material for their third release and attempting to make more headway with radio. Dead and Gone has been delivered to Rock Top 50 and all college/community radio nationwide. New songs will start popping up in upcoming shows, and the crowds will keep growing.