A brand new international music project is here from complete strangers Gregory Macdonald and Tim Lefebvre.

They say “Never meet your heroes”. Well add to that “never meet your collaborator”.

Some would even say “Never meet the guy who wrote Heroes” but Tim already broke that rule.

Equal parts Tuscon and Toronto, the debut album from NIGHT PLOW consists of 21st Century sounds, themes, elements as well as lots of bass and drums… yet this is not your grandma’s EDM! “We’re kind of our own genre” says Tim “Bass Lord” Lefebvre.

Tim has worked with: David Bowie, The Black Crowes, Elvis Costello, Sting, Tedeschi Trucks Band, and many others.

Greg has worked with: Sloan, Twink, Butch Walker, New Age Doom, Limblifter, Hot Hot Heat, Lee “Scratch” Perry and many others.

Both Tim and Greg contributed parts to the 2021 album Lee “Scratch” Perry’s Guide To The Universe by New Age Doom (We Are Busy Bodies) and despite never being in the same room, decided they shared enough common musical ground between them to ‘step forward’ and start a brand new experimental duo. It’s kind of like the Aerosmith/Run DMC video for Walk This Way, except that Night Plow happily collaborate without smashing a wall.

Says Tim: “Expect to hear improvised beats finished by the genius Greg Macdonald of Sloan fame”

Says Greg: “Tim uses the word genius too much”