Kimmortal is a queer filipinx second generation settler based on unceded Coast Salish Territories aka Vancouver. Recognized as "a voice to be heard" by Exclaim magazine, Kimmortal has been making waves with their multifaceted approach to music. Incorporating song, visual art, rap, and frequently collaborating with poets and dancers, Kimmortal strives to make an impact with their live performances. Their new album “x marks the swirl” arrives after a 5 year long process since her first album “Sincerity” (2014).
Kimmortal’s music and art have been featured on CBC's show “Exhibitionists”, the Queer Women of Colour festival (San Francisco), Kultura FIlipino Arts Festival (Toronto), Junofest 2018 (Vancouver), SXSW (Austin, TX), and Rifflandia (Victoria, BC). Kimmortal has recently collaborated with local bipoc dance and fashion collective Immigrant Lessons in a new production called “X marks the Movement” which debuted excerpts at Push festival 2019. Kim has opened up for her favourite artists Ruby Ibarra, Saba, Shad K, and Saul Williams. Just this past year, Kimmortal's single "I'm Blue" made it to top 20 music videos in the country via CBC.