Nimalan Yoganathan is a Montreal sound artist and musician. He completed his  studies in Electrical Engineering at McGill University in 2004 and recently graduated  from Concordia University’s Electroacoustic Music program. He currently focuses on the  integration of field recordings into his multimedia works from his travels through bustling cities, desolate landscapes, and spiritual sites. In a time when global communities are progressively being plagued by noise pollution, Nimalan  believes it is crucial to preserve and accentuate the subtle but musical sounds hidden all  around us. Nimalan is also involved with radio production, installation art, and sound design  for film, dance, and theatre. He has released experimental Dub and Hip-Hop albums on  labels including Le Son 666 and Panospria (No_Type). His works have been disseminated at numerous festivals and venues including MUTEK, Suoni per il Popolo, Pop Montreal, Art’s Birthday, OBORO, Darling Foundry, and Oscar Peterson Concert Hall.