Kilometre Club

Kilometre Club is the moniker of Toronto-based musician Daniel Field (SOCAN; born September 6, 1984), who has been releasing music under this name since 2020. Daniel is an elementary school teacher and father of three who has been playing music for most of his life, having delved into synthesizers and electronic music at the dawn of the pandemic.

Daniel has recorded and released several albums as Kilometre Club, including eight albums of songs timed and themed to Toronto's TTC subway system, as well as songs and albums about Halloween, space, meditation, art, and dystopian fiction.

Kilometre Club exists primarily as an outlet for Daniel's prolific musical excursions, but expands to a five-piece post-rock electroacoustic outfit when performing live, including Grace Scheele (harp), David Matthews (violin), Jack Brock (synth), and Collette Andrea (bass/singing bowls0.

Kilometre Club releases are primarily independent or released in conjunction with Imaginary North. In September 2023, he released the LP How To Unravel with esteemed Toronto indie label We Are Busy Bodies. Kilometre Club has also released music on Sound Meditation, Mare Nostrum, Valley View Records, slow echo and Intraset.

Daniel primarily plays synthesizer, electric guitar, and Bass VI, using a combination of pedalboard, hardware synth, and MIDI synth. 

Most non-label Kilometre Club music is available to be used for different media purposes (e.g., YouTube, podcast, etc.) for free with permission. Please contact Daniel for more information.

Daniel is available and interested in collaboration, remixing/reworking, custom ambient or backing tracks, or mixing/mastering (not professional level). Please get in touch! -