Emerging from the woolly Montreal indie rock scene in 1994, Blinker the Star began as a lo-fi, one-man studio band (Jordon Zadorozny) turned rock 3 piece, releasing two albums on A&M Records ("Blinker the Star" in 1995, "A Bourgeois Kitten" in 1996) and touring steadily for 3 years.
Signing with Dreamworks in 1999, the band, now featuring Zadorozny, former Failure drummer Kellii Scott, longtime bassist Pete Frolander and a broad cast of Southern California studio talent, released "August Everywhere" to warm critical reception, touring North America and touring with Our Lady Peace, Sloan, Failure and the Flaming Lips.
Returning to his native Pembroke, Ontario in 2002, Jordon built his first commercial recording studio and began work with artists such as Sam Roberts Melissa Auf Der Maur, Chris Cornell, Linsdsey Buckingham, and others.
With Failure drummer Kellii Scott in Pembroke during the winter months of 2003, the band recorded the "Still In Rome" LP . Following a brief tour, Jordon settled into studio life and on collaborative projects such as Digital Noise Academy, SheLoom, Abbey, and The Angry Moon.
Returning in 2012, again as a single person studio unit, the "We Draw Lines" LP was released, followed quickly with another full length in 2013 titled "Songs From Laniakea Beach". A stand alone single, "Future Fires" arrived shortly after and the 5 song EP "11235" appeared in the fall of 2015. "8 Of Hearts", the latest album was released in 2017.