Electric City Underground is a four piece electronic band from the South Shore of Nova Scotia. It was founded in 2006 by Kirk Comstock as a side project from his other band Air Traffic Control. It soon found a following and the other members Shawn Bent (Guitar), Luke Comstock (Bass) and Paul Charron (Percussion) fell into place along the way.
The music has been heard in Six Flags Amusement Parks across the U.S. The video for "Son of the Beat" has been featured on Much Music's "The Wedge." The album "All Means Necessary" received a Nova Scotia Music nomination for Urban Artist/Group Recording of the year in 2011, and the groups third album "Migration" was nominated for electronic recording of the year. The songs “Let it Go” and “The Invisible Man” were featured in Quicksilver`s 2012 Gold Coast round 2&3 world surf finals.
Electric City Underground has been busy packing dance floors up and down the coast of Nova Scotia while sharing the stage with Joel Plaskett for the D250 Concert Series and performing at "Riverfest" (nominated for music event of the year by Music Nova Scotia) and the international music festival "Evolve" in Antigonish, NS.