Five Minutes With: Montreal Retro-futuristic Trio Planet Giza

Planet Giza is a Montreal trio comprised of producers Rami B and Tony Stone, alongside rapper/producer Dumix, which has emerged as a formidable force within the city’s vibrant music scene. Known for its genre-defying sound that seamlessly blends hip-hop, R&B, and electronic elements, Planet Giza has captivated audiences with their innovative approach and distinctive sonic landscapes.

Since their inception, Planet Giza has been relentless in their pursuit of musical experimentation, fearlessly breaking traditional moulds and carving out a unique path. Drawing inspiration from a diverse range of influences, the trio creates immersive compositions that defy categorization and transport listeners to uncharted sonic territories.

Planet Giza
Photo by: Guillaume Landry


Planet Giza





# of Albums:


Latest Album:

Ready when you are

Latest Single:

Quiet on the set

Latest Video: 

Favourite musician growing up:

Pharrell, Jay-Z, Gucci Mane

Favourite musician now:

Kendrick Lamar, Andre 3000

Guilty pleasure song:

Toxic Britney Spears

Live show ritual:

3 shots of tequila

Favourite local musician:


EP or LP?


Early bird or night owl?

It depends on the night before

Road or studio?


Any shows or albums coming up?

Euro tour on the way, vinyls, merch, album out everywhere

Where can we follow you?

Twitter | Instagram | Youtube | Spotify | TikTok


Rapid Fire Local Questions:

What is your favourite local restaurant?


What is your favourite street in your city and why?

Plaza St-Hubert because of the good food and bars

What is your favourite park in your city and why?

Parc Jarry because it’s big and peaceful

What is your favourite music venue in your city?

The Fairmount because that’s where we had our first MTL show

What is your favourite music store in your city?

Our studio



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Demian is an Argentinian retired musician, avid gamer and editor for the Montréal Guardian, Toronto Guardian, Calgary Guardian and Vancouver Guardian websites.