Cobblestone Jazz are Mathew Jonson, Tyger Dhula and Danuel Tate. They are first and foremost a live act, fusing jazz and techno using analogue instruments and computers in improvised jams that capture their unique sound. Since their debut 12” in 2002 they’ve become one of the most talked about live groups in electronic music with everyone from Gilles Peterson to Richie Hawtin to Laurent Garnier showing massive support for their music. The group’s on-stage setup sees classically trained jazz performer Danuel playing keyboards, Tyger on percussion and atmospherics, and Mathew in charge of basslines and drum programming, as well as taking responsibility for mixing their sound in the studio. Their debut album ’23 Seconds’ released in October ’07 on !K7, was a perfect reflection of their live aesthetic, with some tracks taken from live performances and other tracks written and performed in the studio. With acclaim raining in for their live performances everywhere from Montreux Jazz Festival to the best clubs in Berlin, we were very excited about their debut at The End in December ’07, and as it approached we managed to secure an interview with the guys. Check out the links at the top right of the profile to read.
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