Chameleon Project | ...If It Takes All Night

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...If It Takes All Night

by Chameleon Project

Organic, jazz based electronic music that fuses elements of drum and bass, techno, dub and disco into a cohesive brew. Pastoral soundscapes and daring improvisations meet foot stomping beats keeping your mind and body engaged at all times.
Genre: Electronic: Electronica
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1. Experimental Intro
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2. Painkiller
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3. Pursue With Happiness
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4. Waiting & Hallucinating
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5. Eris
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6. Dancefloor Love Affair
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7. Heaven in the Afternoon (Pt.2)
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8. Luxury Fever
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9. Dear Old Stockholm
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10. The Kingsley James Dubplate Special
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11. Pullin' Teeth
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12. Ceres
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13. Eris (Jamie Kidd's 'Bass N' Grind' Remix)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Jazz for the Brain and groove for the soul is the sonic gift members of The Chameleon Project, deliver to their audience. Their sleek and progressive dance music with a thoughtful edge makes the Toronto-based group the perfect festival band as it provides something that will please a diverse crowd of music lovers.
In the music from The Chameleon Project’s most recent album, you’ll find examples of how urgent and infectious beats meet deep pocket angular grooves that entice the ears to listen and the body to move. However, while this tightly knit trio takes pride in pushing boundaries in their music, they remain melodic and do not alienate their audiences—a pitfall that some improvising can bands fall into. The name of The Chameleon Project is inspired by a creature that uniquely blends into its visual environment. Similarly, through the quality of their musicianship, the trio blends its sound with the people who come to experience it, assuring that no two shows are ever alike.

The sound of The Chameleon Project is deeply rooted in the theoretical and harmonic principles of jazz, along with the propulsive beats and textures of electronica, dub, and funk. Extracting musical innovations from the masters of the past and the vanguards of today, the Chameleon Project distill their disparate influences (like Roni Size, LTJ Bukem, Grant Green, Miles Davis, Chic, Parliament Funkadelic, The Grateful Dead, Little Feat, and King Tubby, to name a few) into a cohesive sound that delivers exciting soundscapes and invigorating rhythms that are always best when experienced live or turned up loud on a quality hi-fi.


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