Tuesday, 25 September 2007
Ninja Tune cast 4 - The Cinematic Orquestra
Ninja Tune is a London-based independent record label started in 1991 by DJs Matt Black and Jonathan More, better known as Coldcut, with a strong leaning towards electronic, abstract hip-hop, instrumental hip hop, nu jazz, drum and bass.
In both live and studio context, the Cinematic Orchestra employ a live band which improvises along with a turntablist and electronic elements such as samples provided by Swinscoe. In their studio releases Swinscoe will often remix the live source material to produce a finished product that is seamless combination of live jazz improvisation with electronics, such that it is difficult to tell where the improvisation ends and the production begins.
The Cinematic Orchestra have been noted for their new score to the classic 1929 Dziga Vertov's Russian film Man with a Movie Camera.
The Cinematic Orchestra released their latest album "Ma Fleur" on 7th May 2007. The album features vocals from Patrick Watson, Fontella Bass and Lou Rhodes.
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The Cinematic Orquestra
Live @ Paradiso 07 October Amsterdam