Michael Scott Dawson is a Canadian sound artist, multi-instrumentalist and community builder. His minimalist production explores ambient and electro-acoustic compositions through synthesis, field recordings, tape loops and manipulations. Much of his solo and collaborative work focuses on efforts to reconcile his relationship with music and technology.

He has previously released collaborations with The Field Tapes and Jon Neher, and appears on the Thesis: Recurring project alongside such artists as Taylor Deupree, Rafael Anton Irisarri, Benoit Piouland, and Pan American. Dawson is also a principle songwriter and the lyricist for Library Voices and has contributed electronics and instrumentation on dozens of albums for such artists as Surf Dads, Blue Youth, The Low Joy Ceiling, ROM DOS and many more. He has toured extensively with previous projects, performing across North America, the UK and Europe.