Meet the writers
These are the brilliant, talented, badass humans that contribute their musical minds to Eargasm. Each is equally unique and equally awesome. See for yourself.
Benjamin Bermiller is a native of British Columbia, Canada where his obsession with music, art and theatre began. Having trained as a professional dancer and musician himself, the live scene is never far from Benjamin's conscience. His love of all the worlds of art inform his eclectic tastes, from indie to industrial, proto-punk to post-rock.
Sarah Fox is a writer eager to unearth stories of personal experience. Whether she profiling charitable Canadians or reviewing her new favourite song, she is always keen to connect the reader to the subject, and, if she's lucky, spark an unsuspected rhythm in their heart.
Morgan is a painfully curious and outspoken Montreal based writer. She enjoys a live show, dirty gin martini, and making people feel awkward. Her relationship with music is one that she will remain eternally loyal to. Poorly bagged groceries and impolite diners make her crazy and she would rather sniff glue than drink coconut water.
Launey is a west coast transplant to Montreal. He is tremendously tall but that's not all. He speaks Japanese, likes to dance, travel, learn, make art and play #sports. He will listen to any music so long as you say it's good.
This is Marty! He’s a Gemini who kinda thinks astrology is stupid. He enjoys listening to true crime podcasts when he isn’t watching football or hockey. Lately he’s been chasing snowy winters and splitting his time between his hometown of Ottawa, and the small ski town of Fernie, BC. You can follow him on Instagram at @johnmartinfoto.
Just a regular sized girl living in a shitty world and doing random things to feel fulfilled. Just kidding, life is a beautiful friggin' gift and most of the time it’s overwhelming. Savanna likes to keep the beauty alive by: cooking things only with cheese in it, doing micro but frequent doses of LSD, making love to my divine adonis of a boyfriend, and saying that she's studying when in reality she's watching a creepy amount movie trailers.