Jesse F. Keeler

Jesse F. Keeler

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Jesse Frederick Keeler (born November 11, 1976 in Toronto) is a Canadian musician. He is known as the bassist of Canadian dance punk duo Death from Above 1979, and for being one half of the electronic music duo MSTRKRFT.

Keeler is known to be able to sing, play drums, guitar, bass, keyboards, saxophone, as well as produce and write, and this has led him to create music of a variety of styles over the course of his career; these styles include (but are not limited to) punk, hardcore, rock, house, and electro.


Keeler started off playing in a number of different Toronto based pop punk outfits, his best known early project being Black Cat #13. They toured with The Locust and released several, now collectible, 7" records. Once Black Cat split, he formed his own 7-piece music project, Femme Fatale. Keeler recorded all 3 of the released EPs himself, which were produced by longtime friend Al Puodziukas, with whom he would later go on to form MSTRKRFT.

In 2001, Keeler had recorded three bass and drum instrumental demos which he showed roommate Sebastien Grainger, who then expressed a desire to sing on them. After trying to find a drummer with no luck, Grainger tried singing and drumming at the same time, the result of which became Death from Above 1979.

After touring extensively for 4 years with Death From Above 1979, the band took time off. In this time Keeler finished building MSTRKRFT studios in East York, Toronto, and started MSTRKRFT...
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