We are a music rights company. We meld the creative power of a music publisher with the production and marketing prowess of a record label. And for as long as we've been publishing and recording, we've been placing songs in film and television, creating experiences, defining moments.
Aporia started because Gord Dimitrieff wanted to put out a space rock album; our space rock days are (mostly) behind us, leaving a group of people who are passionate about music and, more importantly, connecting musicians with audiences through diverse media.
Gord Dimitrieff – President
Tel: +1 416-944-8034 ext. 111
Ian Krykorka – Product Manager
Tel: +1 416-944-8034 ext. 115
Emily Haffenden – Synchronization Licensing
Tel: +1 416-944-8034 ext. 116
Sílvia Fonseca – Accounts Payable/Receivable
Tel: +1 416-944-8034 ext. 117
We release our songs on all major digital services and our network of sub-publishers give us a presence around the world; our songwriters have the opportunity to collaborate and co-write with hundreds of other artists internationally, opening up new creative possibilities
Aporia | Courier Address
714 Gerrard St East
Toronto, ON M4M 1Y3
Tel/Fax: +1 416-944-8034
Suite 210 – 7 Labatt Avenue
Toronto ON M5A 1Z1
Tel: +1 416-461-0655
Fax: +1 416-461-0973
|United Kingdom & Éire:
Cooking Vinyl Music
12 & 13 Swainson Road
London W3 7XB | United Kingdom
Tel: +44 (0) 208 600 9200
France, Belgium & Switzerland:
Germany & Austria:
Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Finland,
If you believe your music is in line with our creative vision, feel free to email links to streams (e.g. SoundCloud / Bandcamp / YouTube) to email@example.com. We recommend highlighting two or three songs at most.
Any email with attached MP3s will be deleted immediately.
We do not accept demos by post.
Please understand that we are a small company and very busy with our current roster. We kindly request that you not telephone us regarding demo submissions.
Aporia does not hire interns or co-op students.
We believe that the best internships provide a structured environment in which interns can receive real industry exposure, quality training and evaluation overseen by a supervisor — they are a professional development opportunity for students, not free or cheap labour for an employer.
We appreciate the fact that many post-secondary education programs require students to complete an internship or co-op placement; however, Aporia does not have the resources or infrastructure to offer the type of quality development experience we believe in, and we therefore do not hire interns.